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Intensive Bioethics Course
Date: April 16 - 20 2018
Time:All day (approximately 8:00am-4:00pm)
Location:Houston, TX at the Houston Research Institute
Hosted by:The Center for Medical Ethics and Health Policy at Baylor College of Medicine and Houston Methodist Hospital

The week-long Intensive Bioethics Course is geared towards individuals who encounter complex ethical challenges in the healthcare setting and wish to receive advanced training. This is a practical and productive course that covers fundamental bioethics topics and advanced clinical ethics skills. Topics include End-of-life decision-making and advance care planning, Informed consent and capacity, Conducting a clinical ethics consult and writing chart notes, Creating an ethics committee and conducting its meetings, Facilitating family meetings and Policy Development.

Registration Fee: 2,000; Resident/fellow/student: $1,800; 3 or more participants from one institution: $1,800; HM and BCM personnel: $1,800; ADDITIONAL EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT OF $200 for all participants until 2/1/18

2018 NC ASHRM Spring Conference
Date: April 25 - 27 2018
Location:Holiday Inn Sunspree, Wrightsville Beach, NC
Hosted by:NC ASHRM
Registration: http://nc-ashrm.org/

Come and enjoy dynamic speakers, great people and some fun in the sun.  10.25 CPHRM credits pending ASHRM approval and CLE credits pending the NC Bar approval. 

Opening remarks, April 25th at 2pm/Closing Remarks, April 27th at 11am

Registration opens March 26, 2018

New England Regional Healthcare Risk Management Conference
Date: April 29 - May 01 2018
Time:4 pm 4/29 – 12:00 n 5/1.
Location:Providence Marriott, Providence Rhode Island
Hosted by:Massachusetts Society for Healthcare Risk Management

This year’s theme is Navigating the Seas of Healthcare Risk Management. Our networking conference is for risk management professionals to expand their body of knowledge, learn new strategies and obtain recertification credits (CPHRM, CPPS). Confirmed keynote speakers include Monica Cooke, Melanie Osley and Katherine Rowell from HealthDataViz.