New Year, New Speakers! Skin, Bones, Hearts & Private Parts take our promise of offering a dynamic learning experience very seriously, and in 2023 we’re excited to introduce a new lineup of speakers! Some are brand new to our family, some haven’t appeared in our lineup since 2021 – but either way, they all pass our two-part test of knowledge base and presentation style! We’ve also booked nine of our country’s best destination locations for our In-person, fully accredited CME conferences, kicking off in Savannah, Destin, and Myrtle Beach, during the first quarter.
And while we may have a lot of new to celebrate in 2023, one stand-by remains the same. We offer the best value per CME credit, hands down, with our cost per CME credit hour as low as $22.
Meet Carol Ann Hedin
Manager of Marketing & Communications
If you’re reading this newsletter, have ever received an email about any of our CME offerings, or called us with a question, you’ve “met” the woman who makes the magic every day – Carol Ann Hedin, our marketing & communications manager. Now, let’s grab a cup of coffee and sit down with her to learn even more!
CME On Your New Year’s Resolution List?
Earn CME with “Best of 2022” Courses, Available On Demand!
Don’t find yourself in a jam at the end of the year – start making your plan now to earn CME credits so you can cross it off your to-do list early! We’ve even made it easy for you with our new “Best of 2022” On-Demand CME program, featuring 15 video courses hand-picked by our best speakers. This innovative course package offers a quick and easy way for Nurse Practitioners, Physician Assistants, and Physicians to earn up to 19.25 CME credit hours and up to 5.75 APRN hours.
The “Skin Bones difference” is based, in part, on our legendary speakers. We bring in the best, recognizing that being a leader in their field of study isn’t enough – presenters must also be able to engage and hold attendees’ interest over a full day of focused study. When it comes to the often complex and frequently misunderstood topic of women’s health, we turn to Dr. Shelagh Larson, who will be on the marquee at our Destin, Virginia Beach, PensacolaBeach, and Orlando CME conferences.
January is Cervical Health Awareness Month
The United States Congress designated January as Cervical Health Awareness Month, with the intention of raising awareness of cervical cancer and to promote research into its cause, prevention, diagnosis, treatment, survivorship, and cure. More than 14,000 women in the U.S. are diagnosed with invasive cervical cancer each year, but the disease is preventable with vaccination and appropriate screening.