Salishan Conference

Coastal Intertidal rocks in Lincoln City, Oregon.

Cardiology for the Primary Care Provider

November 2, 2018 - November 4, 2018

Registration fee

TBD

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Course objectives

This course is designed to provide education on state-of-the-art evaluation and management of patients with (or at risk of) cardiovascular disease. Educational formats include didactic lectures, interactive small group sessions, case-based learning, and an ECG round table.

Location and accommodations

The course will be held at Salishan Lodge at Gleneden Beach on the Oregon coast. The Lodge features amenities such as an 18-hole golf course, a luxurious spa, tennis center, gym, sauna and an indoor pool for your enjoyment, along with a selection of fine restaurants and other coastal-area attractions.

For hotel reservations, please call the Salishan Spa & Golf Resort at 1-800-45-2300.

Please make your reservations as soon as possible; the room block will be released on October 5th.

KCVI CME Office
503-494-7646

Agenda

Agenda

Coming soon

Speakers

Speakers

Coming soon

Who should attend

Who should attend?

  • Family physicians
  • Internists
  • Naturopaths
  • Nurses
  • Nurse practitioners
  • Physician assistants

Registration and credit

Registration fee

TBD

The conference registration fee includes continental breakfasts, Friday lunch and all course materials. Early registration is encouraged since enrollment will be limited.

To help meet administrative costs, a $35 service charge will be assessed on all refund requests received by October 1st; no refunds can be issued after that date. Should conditions warrant, the sponsors reserve the right to cancel this program with a full tuition refund.

For registration questions or more information, contact the KCVI CME Office at 503-494-7646 or

Accreditation

Oregon Health & Science University School of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

Credit

Pending