THIS PROGRAM HAS BEEN POSTPONED DUE TO THE CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC
Major depression and bipolar disorders are some of the most important conditions that mental health clinicians treat. But, a significant proportion of our patients with these mood disorders are difficult to treat.
Do you want to have solid, organized training in how to SYSTEMATICALLY evaluate patients with treatment-resistant depression or treatment-resistant bipolar disorders? Do you want to be up-to-date and be able to prescribe the most cutting edge treatments for treatment-resistant mood disorders? If so, invest in participating in Simple and Practical Medical Education‘s Live Course on Treatment-Resistant Mood Disorders.
If you have found Simple and Practical‘s daily emails helpful, you will find our live courses even more helpful. This is because the live course on treatment-resistant mood disorders combines three elements into a complete package:
1. BEFORE the live meeting: Organized reading to review in the weeks before the meeting. This will make sure that our time together in the live meeting is used as efficiently as possible and focuses on learning skills rather than factual information that you could have easily read on your own.
2. DURING the live meeting in New York City: 7 hours of close interaction with top experts (wow!) in treatment-resistant mood disorders. Also, instead of passively watching PowerPoint presentations about theory and this study or that study, you will participate in completely practical discussions centered on a wide variety of complex cases—others’ cases or your own. You will have ample time to ask the faculty YOUR questions.
3. AFTER the live meeting: Review material, questions and answers, and follow up after the live meeting to make sure that you are fully satisfied that you have achieved the goals of the live course.
Oh, by the way, participating in this course also includes up to 12 category 1 CME/ CE credits.
I’m super excited about this live course, something I have wanted for years to organize.
I urge you to sign up for this truly unique training at the top of this page.
I look forward to meeting you in person in New York!
Rajnish Mago, MD
Editor, Simple and Practical Medical Education
POSTPONED. A new date will be announced once the coronavirus pandemic is over.
AMA Conference Center, 1601 Broadway, New York, NY 10019
For hotel information, please see below.
Assessment and Management of Treatment-Resistant Mood Disorders
CME/ CE credit
12 hours of Category 1 CME/ CE credit will be available including 7 hours of credit for the live event and 5 hours of credit for the material to be reviewed by you before and after the event.
Discuss YOUR cases with TOP experts:
As you know, Drs. Thase and Golberg are internationally-recognized as leading experts in treatment-resistant depression and treatment-resistant bipolar disorder. Well, guess what? Instead of the lecturing that you get at other meetings, in our live course, the experts will review cases submitted by registered attendees and will sit with you in small groups to discuss real cases. You will see that APPLYING knowledge to real patients and discussing the issues with the Faculty and your colleagues is a much more effective way to learn than sitting in a lecture with hundreds of others.
Further details of the schedule will be added here as they are finalized.
Before the meeting, reading materials will be sent to you by email so that you can prepare to get the most out of the meeting. After the meeting, questions and answers pertaining to the topic will be sent to you by email.
800 am Welcome and Introduction
830 am to 1000 am Effective strategies for treatment-resistant mood disorders
1000 am to 1015 am Break 1
1015 am to 1145 am Interactive session: Treatment-resistant mood disorders
1145 noon to 1245 pm Lunch (on your own)
1245 pm to 245 pm Breakout session: Case-based discussions
245 pm to 3 pm Break 2
300 pm to 500 pm Breakout session: Case-based discussions
Note: Complimentary coffee, tea, sodas, water, and snacks will be available throughout the event.
The AMA conference center has negotiated preferred rates at the following hotels based upon availability. Be sure to mention that you are an AMA conference attendee to secure your reservation and preferred rates. Reservations made after the cutoff date may be charged a higher rate. Contact the hotels below directly. Note: The AMA Conference Center recommends that reservations be made early, as the number of rooms at preferred rates is limited.
Crowne Plaza Times Square Manhattan (Located right next to the AMA)
New York, NY 10019
main (212) 977-4000
319 West 48th Street
New York, NY 10036
Main (212) 245-7000
Toll Free: 888-Hotel58
Type AMA in the Access/ Promo Box for special rate
Sheraton New York Times Square Hotel
811 7th Avenue @53rd Street
New York, NY, 10019
Novotel New York Times Square
226 West 52nd Street
New York, NY 10019
THIS PROGRAM HAS BEEN POSTPONED
Please read the cancellation policy below carefully before registering!
Refund requests received by midnight EST on February 3, 2020: Full refund minus $50 administrative fee
Refund requests received between February 4, 2020, and midnight EST on March 3, 2020: 50% of the registration fee will be refunded.
After that, no refunds are possible for any reason whatsoever. No exceptions.
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