PACE SPONSORS ANNUAL HOSPITAL MEDICINE UPDATE

December 5, 2005

The Office of Professional and Continuing Education at the health science center is sponsoring the annual Hospital Medicine Update Jan. 11-15 at Cooper Mountain Resort in Cooper Mountain, Colo. The update is designed to provide hospitals, internists, primary care physicians and other health care professionals with the opportunity to hear the latest information on a variety of topics related to inpatient management and care.

A faculty of academic and community-based physicians from the health science center along with members from the American College of Osteopathic Internists will present and interact with registrants in both group and individually based settings. Topic areas include cardiology, diabetes, gastroenterology, infectious disease, cancer/hematology and pediatric medicine. A total of 28 CME hours are available.

For more information about the event or to register, contact the Office of Professional and Continuing Education at 1-800-987-2CME.

Contact: Andrea Arterbery 817-735-5152 e-mailaarterbe@hsc.unt.edu.

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