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From the May 1999 ACP-ASIM Observer, copyright © 1999 by the American College of Physicians-American Society of Internal Medicine.

Accreditation

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

The American College of Physicians-American Society of Internal Medicine designates these continuing medical education activities as category 1 of the Physicians' Recognition Award of the AMA. One credit hour may be claimed for each hour of participation.

Courses sponsored by the American College of Physicians-American Society of Internal Medicine

June 2-5, 1999
Preoperative Evaluation and Postoperative Care: The Surgical Patient with Medical Problems. Philadelphia. Location: Sheraton Society Hill. 25 category I 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 L91.

June 3-6, 1999
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 L93.

June 6-8, 1999
Caring for Women: A Focus on Clinical Skills. Philadelphia. Location: University City Sheraton Hotel. 22 category 1 CME credits. Director: Pamela Charney, FACP. Groups A and D, $455; Group B, $320; Group C, $650.* Course code L94.

June 10-13, 1999
San Antonio Internal Medicine Board Review Course. San Antonio. Location: San Antonio Marriott Rivercenter. 30 category 1 CME credits. Director: Michael Lichtenstein, ACP-ASIM Member. Co-director: Kristy Kosub, ACP-ASIM Member. Groups A and D, $610; Group B, $410; Group C, $890.* Course code L92.

July 6-10, 1999
Sixth Annual California Internal Medicine Board Review Course. Los Angeles. 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 A95.

July 10-13, 1999
New York Internal Medicine Board Review Course. New York. Location: Crowne Plaza Manhattan. 32 category 1 CME credits offered. Director: Michael S. Niederman, FACP. Groups A and D, $610, Group B, $410; Group C, $890.* Course code A92.

July 12-16, 1999
Washington, D.C., Internal Medicine Board Review Course. Washington, D.C. Location: Georgetown University Conference Center. 45 category 1 CME credits. Director: Laurence H. Beck, FACP. Co-directors: Paul Katz, FACP; Princy N. Kumar, ACP-ASIM Member. Groups A and D, $750; Group B, $500; Group C, $1,100.* Course code A93.

July 13-17, 1999
Seattle Internal Medicine Board Review Course. Seattle. Location: Sheraton Seattle Hotel and Towers. 40 category 1 CME credits. Director: Douglas S. Paauw, FACP. Co-director: Joyce E. Wipf, ACP-ASIM Member. Groups A and D, $750; Group B, $500; Group C, $1,100.* Course code A94.

July 26-30, 1999
Internal Medicine Board Review Based on the MKSAP 11 Program. Sacramento, Calif. Location: DoubleTree Hotel. Number of category 1 CME credits TBA. Director: Faith T. Fitzgerald, MACP. Co-director: Frederick J. Meyers, FACP. Groups A and D, $750; Group B, $500; Group C, $1,100.* Course code A91.

Aug. 9-13, 1999
Nineteenth Annual Hilton Head Conference: Management of Medical Emergencies. Hilton Head Island, S.C. Location: Hyatt Regency Hilton Head. 22 category 1 CME credits. Application has been made to the American College of Emergency Physicians for category 1 credit. Director: Eric C. Rackow, FACP. Groups A and D, $725; Group B, $500; Group C, $1050.* Course code B91.

Sept. 16-18, 1999
Ambulatory Management of An Aging Population: YK2 and Beyond. Long Boat Key, Fla. Location: The Colony Beach and Tennis Resort. 18 category 1 CME credits. Director: Bruce E. Robinson, FACP. Groups A and D, $455; Group B, $320; Group C, $650.* Course code C91.

Oct. 1-3, 1999
Preparation for Recertification Using the MKSAP 11 Program. Milwaukee. Location: Hyatt Regency Milwaukee. 22 category 1 CME credits. Director: Mahendr S. Kochar, FACP. Co-director: Kesavan Kutty, FACP. Groups A and D, $455; Group B, $320; Group C, $650.* Course code D91.

Oct. 7-9, 1999
Intensive Review of Internal Medicine in Preparation for Recertification. Rancho Mirage, Calif. Location: The Westin Mission Hills Resort. 19 category 1 CME credits. Director: Douglas S. Paauw, FACP. Groups A and D, $455; Group B, $320; Group C, $650.* Course code D94.

Oct. 16 & 17, 1999
Advanced Medical Consultation. Philadelphia. Location: Sheraton Society Hill. 13.5 category 1 CME credits. Director: Geno J. Merli, FACP. Groups A and D, $320; Group B, $230; Group C, $450.* Course code D95.

Oct. 28-31, 1999
Update in Internal Medicine Using the MKSAP 11 Program. Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Location: Four Seasons Hotel. Number of category 1 CME credits TBA. Director: Jay D.H. Silverberg, FACP. Groups A and D, $590; Group B, $410; Group C, $850.* Course code D92.

Nov. 8-11, 1999

Update in Clinical Medicine. Scottsdale, Ariz. Location: Scottsdale Hilton Resorts and Villas. Number of category 1 CME credits TBA. Director: James L. Bernene, FACP. Groups A and D, $590; Group B, $410; Group C, $850.* Course code E92.

Nov. 11-14, 1999
Broadening the Skill of the General Care Internist. Boston. Location: The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Number of category 1 CME credits TBA. Director: Bernard E. Kreger, FACP. Co-director: Mark A. Moskowitz, FACP. Groups A and D, $590; Group B, $410; Group C, $850.* Course code E91.

Ongoing

1999 Medical Laboratory Evaluation (MLE) Proficiency Testing Program. Up to nine hours of category 1 CME credits per year in self-instructional materials covering blood banking, chemistry, hematology, immunology, microbiology, urinalysis, and laboratory quality assurance. ASCP CMLE credits also available. Offered as a free service only to MLE participants. Contact MLE customer service at 800-338-2746, option 5, for more information; fax: 202-835-0440; e-mail: mle@acponline.org

Courses sponsored by organizations other than the American College of Physicians-American Society of Internal Medicine

June 10-12, 1999
The Second Toronto International Heart Failure Summit - From Pathophysiology to Clinical Practice at the Turn of the Millennium. To be held at the Four Seasons Hotel, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Sponsored by American College of Cardiology. Category 1 credit offered. Information: registration secretary, extramural programs department, American College of Cardiology, 9111 Old Georgetown Road, Bethesda, MD 20814-1699; 800-253-4636, ext. 695 (outside the U.S. and Canada, 301-897-5400, ext. 695); fax: 301-897-9745.

June 14-18, 1999
Review and Update of Common Clinical Problems. To be held in Sarasota, Fla. Sponsored by Temple University School of Medicine. Category 1 credit offered. Information: Mr. D. Reece Pierce, American Medical Seminars Inc., P.O. Box 6129, Sarasota, FL 34278; 800-325-1961; fax: 941-365-7073; Web: www.amscme.com.

June 26, 1999
19th Annual Advances in Gastroenterology. To be held at Trump Plaza/World's Fair, Atlantic City, N.J. Information: AIG registration manager, 6900 Grove Road, Thorofare, N.J. 08086; 609-848-1000, ext. 213.

July 12-16, 1999
A Comprehensive Board Review in Internal Medicine. To be held at the Hyatt Regency, Atlanta. Sponsored by the department of medicine, Emory University School of Medicine. 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/.

July 19-23, 1999
Clinical Problems in Internal Medicine. To be held at the Sheraton Hotel, Burlington, Vt. Sponsored by the University of Vermont. Category 1 credit offered. Information: continuing medical education, 802-656-2292.

July 25-30, 1999
21st Annual New Orleans Internal Medicine Board Review. To be held at the Hyatt Regency Hotel, New Orleans. Sponsored by Alton Ochsner Medical Foundation, LSU School of Medicine, New Orleans Tulane University Medical Center. Category 1 AMA PRA credit. Information: Alton Ochsner Medical Foundation continuing medical education department; 800-778-9353 or 504-842-3702; Web: www.ochsner.org/gmeweb/cme/.

July 26-30, 1999
The Second Annual Greater Kansas City Internal Medicine Board Review Course. To be held at the Westin Crown Center, Kansas City, Mo. Sponsored by Saint Luke's Hospital of Kansas City and presented in conjunction with University of Kansas Medical Center and University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Medicine. Category 1 credit offered. Information: 816-932-2220; e-mail: cme@saint-lukes.org.

July 26-31, 1999
1999 Southwestern Comprehensive Internal Medicine Board Review. To be held at Radisson Resort and Spa, Scottsdale, Ariz. Sponsored by Maricopa Integrated Health Systems. Category 1 credit offered. Information: 602-874-1851; Web: www.c2andco.com; e-mail: cclifton@c2andco.com.

Aug. 1-7, 1999
Update and Intensive Review of Internal Medicine 1999. To be held at the Plaza Hotel, New York. Sponsored by Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center, New York and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. Category 1 credit offered. Information: Professional Meeting Planners, 800-378-6857, ext. 511 or 781-279-9887, ext. 511; fax: 781-279-9875; e-mail: PMPMeeting@aol.com.

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