A Meeting with the Masters – Wednesday, October 3, 2018
Please take a moment to focus on the professional importance of attending the upcoming NJPMS Fall Seminar continuing education program on October 3, 2018 at the Battleground Country in Manalapan, NJ. NJPMS is privileged to present Sindy Paul, MD, MPH, FACPM, Medical Director of the NJ State Board of Medical Examiners, who will explain the “nuts and bolts” of the Board’s oversight, investigation and process of dealing with important issues brought to its attention. Insight into this “Board Mindset” should help attendees circumvent problems/issues related to their own practice that can easily be avoided.
Allen Jacob, DPM, nationally renowned lecturer, and Patrick DeHeer, APMA board member, will use their expertise to present “pearls of wisdom” that we like to take back to implement in our practices. Their topics include information to help DPMs treat some of the most common conditions that we see on a daily basis.
Hypermobility of the 1st ray and its sequelae, including bunion and plantar fasciitis, account for a huge number of presenting complaints. Should your correction of bunion deformities include the Lapidus procedure? Come and hear these two experts explain their approaches. Ask them your difficult questions (and any other inquiries you may have).
Dr. DeHeer will present information on serious cases of equinus that can be destructive to the lower extremity and his approach to treatment. He will also discuss MIS surgery that may relate to some of your practices. Dr. Jacobs will help attendees better understand treatment of cutaneous neoplasms, neuropathy and ulcerations – all of which we see daily.
Rounding out the program will be afternoon lectures by Sharon Root, DPM, NJPMS CAC representative, and Nan Gallagher, JD, of The Nan Gallagher Law Group, NJPMS’ corporate counsel, giving important updates on the rapidly changing medical environment and impact of fees and fines. We as Society members need to know and understand that our concerns should be brought to the attention of NJPMS.
Please seriously consider attending this program that was designed to give NJPMS members the most “bang” along with the most take away “pearls” for your buck.
Registration opens at 7:30 a.m. (including a continental breakfast) and the first lecture starts promptly at 8:00 a.m. Lunch is provided for all registrants. (A registration flyer is attached.) Contact the NJPMS executive office at (732) 967-9003 for further information. Don’t miss this informative event! Start the Fall season out on a high note!
6.75 Category I and .25 Category II Continuing Education Contact Hours.
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