Pacific Coast boasts the “most scientifically-based CME program of all the UHMS Chapters”

Are you looking for a high-quality, convenient, applicable CME/CEU course in undersea medicine, hyperbaric medicine, and wound care?

Join us this month (August 22-23, 2014) for a unique and dynamic two-day CME/CEU accredited event that will give you the tools you need to create an exceptional practice in diving and undersea medicine, hyperbaric medicine, and wound care.

“The UHMS Pacific Chapter is comprised of some of the world’s leading experts in the fields of dive and hyperbaric medicine. In addition to its outstanding members, the Pacific Chapter also boasts the world’s most ideal climate and administers CMEs that have been scientifically proven to supersede those of any other UHMS chapter. This year the UHMS Pacific Chapter meeting will be held in Newport Beach, CA, which is in close proximity to several attractions that clinicians, families, and tourists alike can enjoy.” – Walter Chin, President-Elect, UHMS Pacific Coast Chapter

Your local UHMS chapter meeting is the one event where you can learn and network with the best and the brightest leaders in the fields of diving and undersea medicine, hyperbaric medicine, and wound care. You will leave with all the education you need to take your clinical practice to the next level of success. Register today for the best price (and save)!

Industry pioneers will lead the charge, offering insight and education on the following:

  • Industry trends
  • Practice models and wound scoring
  • Multiplace hyperbaric chamber reviews
  • Case reviews
  • And a special Diver’s Day on Saturday focused on the latest developments in dive medicine and practical applications for divers.

The mouthwatering lecture schedule is online at http://pacificuhms.org/Schedule-40-PACUHMS.htm

During the two-day meeting, nineteen different talks, panel discussions, and case reviews will cover many aspects of diving medicine, hyperbaric medicine, and wound care. Topics will include medications in the hyperbaric chamber, caring for a carbon monoxide poisoned patient, public safety diving in the La Brea Tar Pits, treatment of DCS, and in-water recompression. As we are flying in leading experts from all over the U.S., we can guarantee there will be something to appeal to every practitioner hungry for more knowledge. Click to see the full conference schedule and speaker bios here.

The price of registration for the Pacific Coast Chapter meeting includes access to hyperbaric medicine and wound care lectures, a Diver’s Day of educational lectures, and an exhibition with some of the industry’s top manufacturers of equipment, products, and services.

Set aside these dates and join us!

Catch the early bird pricing available only through August 4th and save $100 off the price of registration! Refer a friend or colleague and save even more!

When: August 22-23, 2014

Where: Marriott Newport Beach in Newport Beach, California

Click for Registration Details

2 comments

  1. The upcoming PacUHMS meeting looks like a great one! Over the next 2 years I will be attending many of the chapter meetings. The meetings I have been to so far have been excellent with high quality scientific and practical content. I invite all UHMS members and non-members alike, to attend these chapter meetings. They are a lot more personal and interactive than some of our large meetings, and always a lot of fun.

    As for who has the “best” meeting, I will let the attendees decide. Being the UHMS President, I can’t play favorites… they are all good!

    Hope to see you at the upcoming meetings.

    Jim

    James R. Holm, MD, FACP, FACEP, FUHM
    President, Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society

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