Wednesday, November 03, 2010

Catamaran Good Medicine: Offers Continuing Medical Education (CME) courses

Continuing Medical Education (CME) Cruises on catamaran Good Medicine !

Docs, get your Continuing Medical Education credits while sailing, snorkeling, kayaking and swimming in the Virgin Islands!

Good Medicine, a crewed 46-foot sailing catamaran, accommodates up to six guests in three queen staterooms, each with private, ensuite bathrooms, or families of 8 using the single berths in the "forepaws".  Here's another possibility: three physicians and their spouses can each take a cabin and create their own CME conference.  Your crew will assist you in planning an itinerary that has you completing your CME while leaving most of your day for exciting water activities, playing in the sand, or chillin’ in a beachfront bar.

Physician CME Sailing Charters in the Caribbean

CME Courses on Good Medicine are in DVD format and can be viewed at your leisure.  Most docs like to view the continuing medical education DVDs in the early morning with their coffee before the rest of the family is up.  It takes about an hour and a half each day for a typical 10-credit CME course.  The standard courses are listed below.

Course Titles
Dermatology in Adult Medicine: A Practical Approach to Common Problems
SPECIAL FEATURE! Color Syllabus with Nearly 500 Dermatologic Images of Textbook-Like Quality!
Dermatology for the Non-Dermatologist: An Adult and Pediatric Update
SPECIAL FEATURE! Color Syllabus with Nearly 500 Dermatologic Images of Textbook-Like Quality!
Trauma Challenges in the Emergency Department
(ACEP Speaker of the Year Recipient: Dr. Gibbs – 2005)
Radiology for the Non-Radiologist: Skeletal and Trauma Series10$365
Radiology for the Non-Radiologist: An Adult and Pediatric Update10$365
Emergency Medicine: An Evidence-Based Approach to Challenges in Adult Medicine
(ACEP Speaker of the Year Recipients: Dr. Perron – 2007 and Dr. Gibbs – 2005)
Trauma Center Topics in the Pediatric Patient10$365
Internal Medicine: Evidence-Based Answers to Common Challenges10$365
Primary Care Medicine: A Clinical Update10$365
Cardiology Update for the Primary Care Practitioner10$365
Infectious Diseases in Adults for the Primary Care Setting10$365
Pediatric Emergency Medicine:  An Evidence-Based Approach for Today's Practicing Physician10$365

Many other specialty medical education courses are available as well, such as:

anesthesiology, cardiology, critical care, dentistry, dermatology, emergency medicine, endocrinology, family medicine, gastroenterology, general surgery, geriatrics, hematology, infectious disease, internal medicine, medical oncology, nephrology, neurology, OB/GYN, ophthalmology, oral and maxillofacial surgery, orthopaedics, otolaryngology, pain medicine, pathology, pediatric denistry, pediatrics, perioperative management, physical medicine, primary care, psychiatry, pulmonary, radiology, sports medicine, urology, vascular surgery, women's health...

Just send us an email with your specialty or topic of interest to you and we will respond with some custom options for you. We are posting some course descriptions at our Additional Information blog. Look in the right-hand column and you will see a CME topic with a list of posts on that subject.

Isn't this a much better setting than a classroom or cubicle?

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