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How can you give mother nature less than 5 stars?
The peaks of the Teton Range, regal and imposing as they stand nearly 7,000 feet above the valley floor, make one of the boldest geologic statements in the Rockies. A string of jewel-like lakes, fed by mountain streams, are set tightly against the steep foot of the mountains. God's country! Cardiology for Primary Care Aug 1-3, 2013.
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Yellowstone and Montana
Live the locals at the 320 Ranch next to Yellowstone National Park. Go horseback riding, fly fishing, hiking, or just sit back with a glass of wine and gaze at the stars. Neurology/Psychiatry for Primary Care July 18-20, 2013 at 320 Ranch, Montana.
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The Capitol - DC
Looking for a vacation bargain? Head directly to Washington, DC. It's not that the nation's capitol is the best value in the country, But it's that Washington, DC has more free attractions. The Epidemic of Obesity: Management and Prevention, July 19-21, 2013 at the Fairmont Georgetown, Washington, DC.
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About MCE Conferences
MCE Conference's Continuing Medical Education programs are designed for the healthcare professionals who would like to combine family vacation time with quality Medical Conferences. MCE Conferences CME destinations provide the solutions for our fast pace lifestyle.
Healthcare professionals and their families can get a quality vacation in various medical meetings destinations at a great price. There are a variety of activities available for everyone, including supervised children's programs. What a great way to combine quality family time and travel with quality medical seminars.
We are sure that you will not find a better way to have fun, while attending a continuing medical education conference.
Healthcare professionals from all over the world including the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Saudi Arabia, Dubai and India attend our medical CME conferences.
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It may be called the āSecond City,ā but Chicago plays second-fiddle to none. With stunning architecture, 40 world-class museums, over 200 theaters and more than 200 independent art galleries, and over 7000 restaurants serving award-winning food, Chicago is a great place to hold our CME Conferences and to experience the culture, cuisine and history. But at no time does Chicago shine brighter than during the summer months. From eclectic street festivals to picnics in the park, running along the Lakefront and hitting the beach, thereās so much to do in Chicago during the summer.
Here are nine reasons why you should add a visit to Chicago to your summer plans and attend the Continuing Medical Education Conference.
1.Youāll never go hungry in Chicago
2.Thereās always something happening in Grant Park
3.The farmerās markets bring fresh food to the city
4.Public transport makes the big city feel small
5.Itās the Hollywood of the Midwest
6.Neighborhood festivals keep the party going all summer long
7.For architecture buffs, Chicago is Mecca
8.You can travel the world without ever leaving the city
9.Quality Continuing Medical Education at value travel
Chicago is one of the most multi-cultural cities in the US. For a little taste of that international vibe, you can hop on the el and spend the day exploring neighborhoods like Greektown, Chinatown, Little Italy and Pilsen or sample cuisine from any one of dozens of cultures like Thai, German, Vietnamese, Korean, Ethiopian, West African, Swedish, and others. Chicago also hosts several international festivals throughout the summer, celebrating different cultures. Thereās an Irish-American heritage festival, a Turkish festival, a Greek festival, and many more.
Join us for the Continuing Medical Education (CME) Conference: Primary Care Geriatrics and Pain Management (Live CME Program ā Free of Commercial Support) Chicago ā Millennium Park Fairmont Hotel Jun 21-23, 2013. For more information on the Chicago CME Conference CLICK HERE
While many independent travelers will find the strictures of 'cruise lifeā a bit stifling, there are plenty of reasons to take a Continuing Medical Education (CME)cruise to Alaskan, namely the two āCsā: comfort and convenience. And in Alaska, a state that could take months, if not years, to thoroughly explore, you get a chance to see many of the top sights in one convenient, all-inclusive package.
While at sea you will enjoy the luxury and comfort of the sleek Celebrity Solstice. Relax on deck and spot bald eagles hunting, humpback whales breaching and glaciers calving: not a bad little bit of sight-seeing.
You will also get a chance to disembark in ports where you can bop around town, take in a hike or an excursion, or even a longer trip inland. CME does not get better than this! Please note: Continuin Medical Education program sessions are scheduled when the cruise ship is at sea and not docked at port.
Continuing Medical Education Conferences (CME): Adult Infectious Diseases: Evidence-Based Primary Prevention and Treatment (Live CME program without commercial support) Alaska Tracy Arm Fjord Cruise - Celebrity Solstice July 5-12, 2013. For more information CLICK HERE
MCE Conferences Continuing Medical Education (CME) is committed to creating a healthy and sustainable environment. Our āGreen CMEā initiative will pursue and utilize practices that will use less energy and natural resources. Use none, use less, and reuse is our philosophy.
By offering and utilizing āgreenā alternatives, we will be helping to protect our natural resources. Some of the current ecological practices that we have in place for our continuing medical education programs are as follows:
- Using a USB Drive to hold paper intensive educational materials
- Creating websites and e-mail blasts in place of printing brochures or postcards
- Reusing signage, if possible, from year to year
- Encouraging the recycling of name badge holders, lanyards, and writing utensils after a meeting has adjourned
- Using recycled copy and printer paper
MCE Conferences CME encourages you to support our āGreen CMEā movement by taking advantage of our responsible and eco-friendly practices and resources. We also welcome all suggestions and ideas that you have regarding new or alternative ways in which we can embrace the āGreenā movement.
Please feel free to contact us at email@example.com or (888)533-9031 to offer suggestions and ideas about how we can implement new green practices for our continuing medical education programs. To view a list of our conferences please CLICK HERE
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American Academy of Family Physicians Accreditation Department
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Sharp Community Medical Group
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