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  CLINICAL INFECTIOUS DISEASE 2002: Fifth Annual Management Review for the Practicing Physician  
  November 06, 2001

Others

 
     
  Center for Bio-Medical Communication, Inc. (CBC), Crowne Plaza Manhattan, New York, New York, USA
March 14-17, 2002


The field of infectious disease is in constant flux. While some diseases are close to eradication, new disease entities suddenly appear and others reemerge, owing to changing public health circumstances or the development of drug resistance. It is difficult for even the most conscientious practitioner to be well versed in the literature, interact with colleagues in teaching and learning settings, and fulfill daily professional obligations. The continuous advances in diagnostic techniques and therapeutic alternatives make it crucial for the practicing physician to be current on such information to provide the patient with optimal care. This course is designed to provide an update in important areas, utilizing a faculty of nationally recognized experts who can communicate practical advice to clinicians. Special case history sessions will afford attendees the opportunity to learn from practical application of theories and therapeutic techniques, as well as a chance to interface with faculty and peers.

OBJECTIVES
The clinical physician will be provided with a comprehensive update of practical and clinically relevant information, with a special focus on new therapeutic alternatives. The course will enable participants to
Understand the clinical importance of new disease entities
Review and assess recent advances in diagnostic techniques
Evaluate the latest management and treatment modalities
Differentiate among the new antibiotics and discuss their most effective use
Share a perspective and overview of controversial issues in diagnosis and therapy

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Internists
Family Practitioners
Infectious Disease Specialists
Pulmonologists
Pharmacists
Physician Assistants
Emergency Medicine Physicians
Gastroenterologists
Surgeons
Gynecologists
Urologists
Nurse Specialists
 
 
Organized by: Center for Bio-Medical Communication, Inc. (CBC)
Invited Speakers: COURSE DIRECTORS

Henry Masur, MD*
Clinical Professor of Medicine
George Washington University School of Medicine
Washington, DC
National Institutes of Health
Bethesda, Maryland

W. Michael Scheld, MD
Wyeth-Ayerst Professor of Infectious Diseases
Professor of Internal Medicine (Infectious Diseases)
Clinical Professor of Neurosurgery
University of Virginia Health Sciences Center
Charlottesville, Virginia

Richard J. Whitley, MD
Loeb Eminent Scholar Chair in Pediatrics
Professor of Pediatrics, Microbiology and Medicine
The University of Alabama School of Medicine
Director, Pediatric Infectious Diseases
Children’s Hospital of Alabama
Birmingham, Alabama

And 11 other distinguished faculty members.
 
Deadline for Abstracts: N/A
 
Registration: Physicians on or before 01/07/02: $535. After 01/07/02: $685. Physicians-in-training or Allied Health Professionals on or before 01/07/02: $395. After 01/07/02: $525.
E-mail: cmeinfo@cbcbiomed.com
 
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