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DCMA Continuing Medical Education Course

 Export to Your Calendar 12/8/2018
When: Saturday, December 8, 2018
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Where: Highland Park Office
1011 Sunnybrook Rd.
Atlantis University Penthouse Floor Room #1108
Miami, Florida  33136
Contact: Dade County Medical Association
(305) 324-8717


Online registration is available until: 12/8/2018
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Complete your REQUIRED CME hours.

Dade County Medical Association offers you the opportunity to complete your REQUIRED CME hours. 

Earn up to 7.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits.

All courses for DCMA members are at no cost.

Non member rates are indicated below.  Not a member? Join DCMA

Speakers and schedule will be available soon.

Presentation Topics        

1. Prevention of Medical Errors:   $100 - Non member
2. Domestic Violence:                    $100 - Non member

Non Members register for both and pay $175 - Save $25

Bonus Courses 

3. Advances in HIV: 2018 Wrap-Up and Update in Chronic Migraine Management:   $100 - Non member

4. Clinical Encounters in Major Depressive Disorder: How to Manage Patient Expectations Every Day and Anticoagulants and Stroke Prevention: What do the latest data suggest?:   $100 - Non member

 

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The Dade County Medical Association is accredited by the Florida Medical Association to provide continuing medical education to physicians. The Dade County Medical Association designates this live activity for a maximum of 7.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits TM.  Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.   

ADA Statement:  Please advise sponsor of special disability or dietary requirements.

Speaker Disclosure Statement: Speakers and planners have no relevant financial relationship to disclose. 


Objectives

At the conclusion of the Prevention of Medical Errors presentation, the participant will be able to: 1. Recognize and prevent common performance and diagnostic errors.    2. Describe the elements of a root cause analysis. 3. Identify risk management measures designed to prevent high risk medical errors. 4. Meet the requirements set forth by FS 456.013(7).

The objective of the Domestic Violence presentation is to:  1. Inform physicians of statistics regarding the extent of domestic violence in the State of Florida and 
nationwide.  2. Identify ways to make screening for domestic violence routine while taking a history.  3. Recognize signs of abuse.  4. Provide information on community resources available to victims of domestic violence.

The objective of the Advances in HIV presentation is to:  1. Inform physicians of statistics regarding the extent of HIV condition in the State of Florida and 
nationwide. 2. Provide information on community resources available to victims of HIV.

The objective of the Updates in Chronic Migraine Management presentation is to:  1. Inform physicians of the prevalence of Chronic Migraine related conditions in the State of Florida and nationwide. 2. Provide the tools to attendees on how to manage the condition.

The objective of the Clinical Encounters in Mayor Depressive Disorder presentation is to:  1. Inform physicians the prevalence of Depressive Disorders in the State of Florida and nationwide. 2. Provide the tools to attendees on how to teach their patients on how to manage their daily expectations.

The objective of the Anticoagulants and stroke prevention presentation is to:  1. Inform physicians of statistics regarding strokes in the State of Florida and nationwide.  2. Provide the tools to attendees to prevent stroke in patients using anticoagulants.