Destination CME

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Destination CME Opportunity

Stress is in the air. Like pollen, stress affects each of us differently. What is clear is that there is a physiological response to stress, not unlike pollen. We might not have cold or flu symptoms but we may have tiredness, a sense of going through the motions rather than being involved, and feeling disconnected with family and friends. What to do about it is another question. We have to work after spending so much time,  money, and effort in getting where we are. But what would we like to do?

Primary Care Network (PCN) has developed five Destination CME Programs that give you 12 CME credit hours on topics that you suggested from a survey you answered last fall. These events will encompass updates and the latest research findings on the finer aspects of pain management, women’s health, and the treatment of the diabetic patient. Experts in the field,           Jeff Unger, MD, Susan Hutchinson, MD and Steven Passik, PhD will be available for engaging in discussions about your difficult patients and suggesting new ways to achieve positive outcomes.

Let me give you a prescription to go to Las Vegas, Nevada; Captiva, Florida; Branson, Missouri; Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, and/or Hilton Head, South Carolina to combine business in the morning with relaxation and/or family fun in the afternoon.

For more information and registration, visit http://www.primarycarenet.org/destination.html