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Upcoming Courses

  • Second Annual Advanced Heart Failure Symposium- Controversies and Challenges

    When: Saturday, Feb 21, 2015

    Where: Dallas Marriott - City Center, 650 North Pearl Street, Dallas, Texas, 75201

    What: The Second Annual Advanced Heart Failure Symposium – Controversies and Challenges is designed to increase the participant’s knowledge of current advances in the diagnosis and management of heart failure. This continuing education activity is intended for Hospitalists, Cardiologists, Internists, General Practitioners, Physician Assistants, Nurse Practitioners and Nurses with an interest in heart failure care.

    Who: Hospitalists, cardiologists, internists, general practitioners, physician assistants, nurse practitioners and nurses with interest in heart failure care.

  • DFW Sports Medicine Symposium 2015

    When: Friday, Mar 20, 2015

    Where: Hilton Southlake Town Square, 1400 Plaza Place, Southlake, Texas, 76092

    What: The evaluation, treatment and care of the athlete, along with the prevention of injuries, demand the full attention and concern of the entire sports medicine team. This symposium will focus on the proper approaches to prepare athletes for competition, and the treatment and care of athletes following specific injuries of the shoulder, hip, ankle and knee. Other areas of focus are the medical issues of athletes such as Rhabdomyolysis in Athletes and Performance Enhancing Drugs (PED).

    Who: This symposium is designed for orthopedists, family and internal medicine physicians, physical therapists, physician assistants, physical therapist assistants, occupational therapists, and athletic trainers.

  • mTOR in Liver Transplantation: Fact and Fiction

    When: Saturday, Mar 28, 2015

    Where: Grand Hyatt - D/FW Airport, 2337 S International Parkway, Grapevine, 0, 75261

    What: A one-day symposium addressing mTOR inhibitors in liver transplantation.

    Who: Physicians in solid organ transplant