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2019 JAMES J. BYRNES, MD POSTER SYMPOSIUM

The Palm Beach County Medical Society (PBCMS) is issuing a Call for Abstracts for its Poster Symposium, as part of the Future of Medicine Summit at the Kravis Center on February 7, 2019. PBCMS’ objective for the poster presentations is to offer students, residents, fellows, and other physician scholars an opportunity to share significant research and interesting clinical vignettes with their fellow clinicians. We encourage all of our colleagues to participate in this educational program by submission of an abstract and application. 

Application Process:
Submit the following materials to [email protected] by Friday, December 14, 2018.
Poster Application Form, including Abstract of no greater than 450 words.
A completed and signed Disclosure Form for each person listed as an author.

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Mandatory Opioid CME Information
Mandatory consultation of PDMP database went into effect July 1, 2018. The following are opportunities for the Mandatory Opioid CME that are available.

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Florida Medical Association
Controlled Substance Prescribing Course for MD/DO - https://flmedical.inreachce.com/Details/Information/c64bbce1-c037-4008-b6bd-1204fd149224 

Florida Department of Health HB21 FAQ - http://www.flhealthsource.gov/FloridaTakeControl/faqs

Baptist Health South Florida CME Portal and Online Learning Program 
The Baptist Health Online Learning Program appreciates the opportunity to be able to provide the Prescribing Controlled Substances course to Palm Beach County allopathic and osteopathic physicians – at no charge. The direct URL to all relicensure courses on the Baptist Health CME Portal is Compliance.BaptistHealth.net. Please contact the Baptist Health CME Department by email [email protected] or phone 786-596-2398. Click here for more information.