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Join us for a cross-specialties symposium on recent updates and advances in patient care, and review of high yield topics at the 34th Annual PMAH Memorial CME Weekend! Our event will take place at the luxurious Four Seasons Resort, Ko'Olina. This is a family-friendly event, with activities outside the CME like a NEW Medical Ilocano class on Saturday morning, and our annual Golf & Tennis Tournaments on Sunday, and various activities at the resort available for you and your family members to participate in, some at additional cost. Early Birds, register for CME by 4/8/2019 to save $30 on your registration fee. Discounted resort room reservations will be available via separate email once your CME registration and payment are received and verified. Deadline to book rooms at our conference rate is April 25, 2019. Your CME registration fee covers the cost of the CME program, Saturday dinner for the paid CME attendee, and snacks and drinks during the conference. There will also be opportunities for learning on various topics at sponsored breakouts outside of CME hours. Companion dinner tickets for Saturday night's Gala for your guests, and tickets for Sunday's Family Night Dinner for you and your guests can be purchased via this link as well. ********************** Topics covered: Anthony Guerrero, MD – "Primary care management of common psychiatric conditions and building a more accessible care system" Arlene Luu – "Disclosure: When an Unanticipated Event Occurs" Johnnie Yates, MD – "Eosinophilia in Travelers Returning from the Philippines after Visiting Friends & Relatives" Steven Holmes, MD - "Advances in Neuro and Spine Imaging for General Practitioners, Internists, and Family Practice Physicians: Making a Difference in Our Patients' Treament and Outcomes" Benjamin Plank, MD -- cardiology update Alan Parsa, MD – Diabetes Update David Saito, MD, Sheri Shimizu, MD - "Lung cancer screening/surveillance" Rae Seitz, MD & Jeannette Koijane - "Our Care, Our Choice Act: Responding to the New Hawai`i Medical Aid in Dying Law" Brian McLean, MD -- Opiods and THC in the management of chronic pain David Kurahara, MD – Peds/Adolescent Rheumatology Update *********************************** FAQs What are the room rates for this conference? We negotiated an awesone group rate of $309/night for a resort view room, $359/night for an ocean view room, and $369/night for an Oceanfront room during our event. You will receive a group code to make your reservation in your confirmation email after registering for CME. Space is limited, so register and book early! Deadline to book rooms at this rate is April 25th, 2019 Can I pay by check and avoid the CC service fee? Yes! Please contact Executive Director J.P. Orias at [email protected] and request a registration form. You will receive it via email, and may fill it out and mail it back with your check payment made out to PMAH, PO Box 1294, Pearl City, Hawaii 96782. Your registration date and corresponding fee will be determined by the postmarked date on your envelope. How do I become a member of your organization? I'm glad you asked! You may join our organization if you are a physician (MD or DO) practicing in Hawaii. There are several benefits of membership, including discounted rates to our events, opportunities to participate in medical missions to the Philippines, opportunities to mentor future physicians and shape the culture of care for our islands, and access to a large primary care and specialty network and referral base. If your membership is inactive or you're not yet a member, you may sign up and pay your dues now with your registration fee to activate your membership and take advantage of the event discount. If you register for the CME as an active member, and are currently not, we will contact you for clarification and registration adjustment prior to the event. Membership costs are as follows: Annually - $50 3-year - $135 5 year - $200 Lifetime - $750 How can I contact the organizer with questions? Please contact Executive Director J.P. Orias at [email protected] with any questions not covered here today. How many CME Credits are available? This event is being reviewed for 10 Prescribed CME credits by the American Academy of Family Physicians. Participants should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. AAFP Prescribed credit is accepted by the American Medical Association as equivalent to AMA PRA Category 1 Credit toward the AMA Physician’s Recognition Award. When applying for the AMA PRA, Prescribed Credit earned must be reported as Prescribed, not as Category 1. AMA/AAFP Equivalency:AAFP Prescribed credit is accepted by the American Medical Association as equivalent to AMA PRA Category 1 credit(s)™ toward the AMA Physician’s Recognition Award. When applying for the AMA PRA, Prescribed credit earned must be reported as Prescribed, not as Category 1. What's the refund policy? Registration fees are refundable minus a $50 cancellation fee. Cancellation requests must be received in writing at least 10 working days prior to the start of the event (by May 15, 2019, 5pm HST) in order to qualify for a refund, unless special/emergency circumstances apply. Special circumstances will be examined and approved on a case-by-case basis, and may require written confirmation to verify. Refunds will be issued approximately 1 week after the event has concluded. Are meals included in the cost of the CME? A beautifully catered dinner is planned for Saturday night, and is included in the cost of the CME, as well as a happy hour with light snacks during Saturday break, a light morning snack on Sunday, and a sponsored lunch on Sunday. Companion tickets for dinner on Saturday night and tickets for Sunday Family NIght Dinner can also be added to your registration.