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From the March 1998 ACP Observer, copyright © 1998 by the American College of Physicians.

Courses sponsored by the American College of Physicians

Accreditation

American College of Physicians is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to sponsor continuing medical education for physicians.

The American College of Physicians designates these CME activities as Category 1 of the Physician's Recognition Award of the American Medical Association. One credit hour may be claimed for each hour of participation.

April 1, 1998
Transforming the Acute Hospital Setting. San Diego, Calif. Location: Hyatt Regency Hotel. 7 category 1 CME credits. Director: Winthrop Whitcomb, MD. Associate Directors: John Nelson, MD and Robert Wachter, FACP. Fees: $190. Course Code NAIP98.

April 1, 1998
Managing Care, Delivering Quality. San Diego, Calif. Location: San Diego Convention Center. 7 category 1 CME credits. Presented by the ACP Managed Care Advisory Group. Co-Directors: Clifton Cleaveland, MACP and William G. Baker, FACP. Fees: Groups A and D, $165; Group B, $75; Grpoup C, $290. Course Code PRE06.

April 24-26, 1998
8th Annual Endocrinology Update and Jazz Festival. New Orleans, La. Location: Hyatt Regency New Orleans. 16 category 1 CME credits. Director: Robert S. Zimmerman, MD. Co-director: Marc Sandberg, ACP Member. Groups A and D, $455; Group B, $320; Group C, $650.* Course code K84.

May 11-15, 1998
ACP-Winthrop-University Hospital 18th Annual Internal Medicine Board Review Course. Mineola, Long Island, N.Y. Location: Winthrop-University Hospital Conference Center. 33 category 1 CME credits. Co-directors: Burke A. Cunha, FACP; John F. Aloia, FACP. Groups A and D, $750; Group B, $500; Group C, $1,100.* Course code K83.

May 17-22, 1998
Midwest Internal Medicine Board Review Course. Schaumburg, Ill. Location: Hyatt Regency Woodfield. 45 category 1 CME credits. Director: Lynell W. Klassen, ACP Member. Co-director: Rowen K. Zetterman, FACP. Groups A and D, $890; Group B, $590; Group C, $1,310.* Course code K82.

May 27-30, 1998
Preoperative Evaluation and Postoperative Care: The Surgical Patient with Medical Problems. Philadelphia, Pa. Location: Sheraton Society Hill. 25 category 1 CME credits. Co-directors: Geno J. Merli, FACP; Howard H. Weitz, FACP. Groups A and D, $590; Group B, $410; Group C, $850.* Course code K81.

June 3-5, 1998
Advances in Internal Medicine. (Biennial Internal Medicine Review). Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Location: The Sutton Place Hotel. Up to 24 category 1 CME credits. Director: Alan Weiss, MD. Groups A and D, $455; Group B, $320; Group C, $650.* Course code L83.

June 4-7, 1998
San Antonio Internal Medicine Board Review Course. San Antonio, Texas. Location: San Antonio Marriott Rivercenter Hotel. 32 category 1 CME credits. Director: Michael Lichtenstein, ACP Member. Co-director: Kristy Kosub, ACP Member. Groups A and D, $610; Group B, $410; Group C, $890.* Course code L82.

June 5-6, 1998
Update on Medical Problems of Pregnancy. Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Location: The Westin Harbour Castle. 14 category 1 CME credits. This program has been approved for 16.5 MOCOMP credits of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada (11 hours at 1.5 credits). Director: Anne Kenshole, FACP. Co-director: Mathew Sermer, MD. Groups A and D, $320; Group B, $230; Group C, $450.* Course code L84.

June 11-14, 1998
New Jersey Internal Medicine Board Review Course. East Brunswick, N.J. Location: The Brunswick Hilton Hotel and Towers. 34 category 1 CME credits. Co-directors: John R. Middleton, FACP; Purnendu Sen, FACP. Groups A and D, $610; Group B, $410; Group C, $890.* Course code L81.

July 11-14, 1998
New York Internal Medicine Board Review Course. New York, N.Y. Location: Waldorf-Astoria Hotel. 32 category 1 CME credits. Director: Michael S. Niederman, FACP. Groups A and D, $610; Group B, $410; Group C, $890.* Course code A83.

July 11-15, 1998
California Internal Medicine Board Review Course. Los Angeles, Calif. Location: Universal City Hilton and Towers. 43 category 1 CME credits. Director: Roy T. Young, FACP. Groups A and D, $750; Group B, $500; Group C, $1,100.* Course code A82.

July 13-17, 1998
Washington, D.C. Internal Medicine Board Review Course. Washington, D.C. Location: Georgetown University Conference Center. 46 category 1 CME credits. Director: Laurence H. Beck, FACP. Co-directors: Paul Katz, FACP; Princy N. Kumar, ACP Member. Groups A and D, $750; Group B, $500; Group C, $1,100.* Course code A81.

July 28-Aug. 1, 1998
Seattle Internal Medicine Board Review Course. Seattle, Wash. Location: Sheraton Seattle Hotel and Towers. 43 category 1 CME credits. Director: Douglas S. Paauw, FACP. Co-director: Joyce E. Wipf, FACP. Groups A and D, $750; Group B, $500; Group C, $1,100. Course code A84.

Courses sponsored by organizations other than the American College of Physicians

April 28-May 3, 1998
Back to the Future.a Renaissance in Endocrinology. (Seventh Annual Meeting and Clinical Congress of the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists and the American College of Endocrinology Induction of Fellows). To be held at the Buena Vista Palace, Orlando, Fla. Category 1 credit offered. Information: AACE at 904-353-7878; fax 904-353-8185; or register on-line at www.aace.com.

May 2-9, 1998
25th Annual Board Review Course in Internal Medicine: Fundamental and Clinical Aspects of Internal Medicine. To be held at the Sheraton Biscayne Bay Hotel, Miami, Fla. Sponsored by the department of medicine, University of Miami School of Medicine. Category 1 credit offered. Information: Olivia Cata, postgraduate education M843, department of medicine, University of Miami, School of Medicine, P.O. Box 016760, Miami, Fla. 33101; 305-243-7540; fax 305-243-7515.

May 4-8, 1998
Endocrinology for Primary Care and Emergency Medicine. To be held at the Hyatt Sarasota, Sarasota, Fla. Sponsored by Temple University School of Medicine. All programs are category 1 AAFP and ACEP accredited. Information: D. Reece Pierce, American Medical Seminars Inc., P.O. Box 6129, Sarasota, Fla. 34278; 800-325-1961; fax 941-365-7073.

May 9-17, 1998
Women's Health Issues. To be held in the Peruvian Andes/Machu Picchu. Sponsored by the University of Alabama School of Medicine. Category 1 and AAFP accredited. Information: Kathryn Lemon, program manager; 205-934-2179; fax 205-934-1939.

May 21-22, 1998
Scope, Science and Society at the Turn of the Century (During Digestive Disease Week). To be held at the New Orleans Hilton Hotel, New Orleans, La. Sponsored by American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy. Category 1 credit offered. Information: ASGE/PG registration manager, 6900 Grove Road, Thorofare, N.J. 08086-9447; 609-848-1000, ext. 208; fax 609-251-0278.

May 29-June 12, 1998
International Health Issues. To be held in Kenya, Africa. Sponsored by the University of Alabama School of Medicine. Category 1 and AAFP accredited. Information: Kathryn Lemon, program manager; 205-934-2179; fax 205-934-1939.

June 3-6, 1998
Fifth Annual Primary Care Orthopaedics Course. To be held at the Drake Hotel, Chicago, Ill. Sponsored by The University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine. Category 1 and AAFP accredited. Information: Center for Continuing Medical Education, 6019 South Kimbark, Box 129, Chicago, Ill; 60637; 773-702-1056; fax 773-702-1736.

June 8-12, 1998
Update Your Medicine-24th Annual Practical CME Course with Lectures and Meet-the-Professor Luncheons. Sponsored by Cornell University Medical College in New York City and the Association of Practicing Physicians of the New York Hospital. Category 1 and AAFP accredited. Category 1 credit available for hands-on workshops. Information: Lila A. Wallis, MACP, director, or Debora A. Laan, coordinator, 445 East 69th St., Olin-Room 328, New York, N.Y. 10021; 212-746-4752.

June 15-19, 1998
Review and Update of Common Clinical Problems. To be held at the Hyatt Sarasota, Sarasota, Fla. Sponsored by Temple University School of Medicine. Category 1 and AAFP accredited. Information: D. Reece Pierce, American Medical Seminars Inc., P.O. Box 6129, Sarasota, Fla. 34278; 800-325-1961; fax 941-365-7073.

June 21-24, 1998
Ninth Annual Lahey Hitchcock Clinic Symposium. Cardiovascular Disease: State of the Art 1998. To be held at Ocean Edge Resort and Conference Center, Brewster, Cape Cod, Mass. Sponsored by Lahey Hitchcock Medical Center, Burlington, Mass. Category 1 credit offered. Information: Lahey Hitchcock Clinic, office of continuing medical education, 41 Mall Road, Burlington, Mass. 01805; 781-273-8969.

July 20-24, 1998
A Comprehensive Board Review in Internal Medicine. Sponsored by the department of medicine, Emory University School of Medicine. To be held at the Omni International Hotel, Atlanta, Ga. Category 1 credit offered. Information: continuing medical education, Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta, Ga. 30322; 404-727-5695; Web:www.emory.edu/INT_MED_REV/.

Aug. 2-7, 1998
20th Annual New Orleans Internal Medicine Board Review. To be held at the Hyatt Regency Hotel, New Orleans, La. Sponsored by Tulane University Medical Center, Alton Ochsner Medical Foundation and Louisiana State University School of Medicine, New Orleans, La. Category 1 credit offered. Information: Judy Lua, center for continuing education, Tulane University Medical Center, 1430 Tulane Ave., SL 66, New Orleans, La. 70113; 800-588-5300 or 504-588-5466; fax 504-584-1779; e-mail:cme@mailhost.tcs.tulane.edu.

Aug. 29-Sept. 5, 1998
Therapeutics Updates. To be held in the Amazon. Sponsored by the University of Alabama School of Medicine. Category 1 and AAFP accredited. Information: Kathryn Lemon, program manager; 205-934-2179; fax 205-934-1939.

Aug. 31-Sept. 4, 1998
Medical Informatics Introductory Short Course. Lectures, hands-on labs and project presentations/demonstrations. To be held at Stanford University. Category 1 and MLA CME accredited. Information: section on medical informatics, 251 Campus Drive, MSOB X-215, Stanford, Calif. 94305-5479; 650-723-6979; fax 650-725-7944; e-mail: shortcourse@smi.stanford.edu; Web: www.smi.stanford.edu/shortcourse.html.

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