Surviving Mold in partnership with Hopkinton Drug announces Proficiency Partners Marlborough, MA on November 10, 2018


Surviving Mold in partnership with Hopkinton Drug announces Proficiency Partners Marlborough, MA on November 10, 2018

Surviving Mold in partnership with Hopkinton Drug announces:

Proficiency Partners is a new, high intensity CIRS training course. It is designed to provide adequate information on diagnosis and treatment of CIRS to interested parties, including non-prescribers, to establish proficiency in case management of CIRS patients.

When: November 10, 11 a total of 12 hours of intensive learning experience

Where: Hyatt Apex, Marlborough, Massachusetts (Hotel rooms must be booked prior to October 9th, 2018 to get the discounted rate of $99 per night.)

Click to Book or contact the hotel at 508-506-8100 and request to speak with Reservations then you will need to mention that you need to reserve a room in the group block for the Hopkinton Drug.

Only 30 seats available so register early

Cost: $1200 

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

 

Schedule:

Informal ice-breaker 11/9 6:00 PM

Proficiency Partners series part 1 Ritchie C. Shoemaker MD 11/10 8-1

Frontiers in Transcriptomics James Ryan PhD 11/10 1-5

Proficiency Partners series part 2 Ritchie C. Shoemaker MD 11/11 8-12

Register at: www.survivingmold.com

For more information Contact:

Dr. Ritchie Shoemaker’s office -410-957-1550

Michael Macione, Hopkinton Drug -800-439-4441

Teaching will contain the basis of an on-line test confirming Proficiency in CIRS

An on-line final exam (4 hours allotted for completion of 160 questions) is offered for those who want to confirm their proficiency status. The exam is multiple choice, graded on-line, with a diploma and listing on the Surviving Mold website for three months.

Materials provided:

6 to a page color copies of slides

Text of Proficiency lectures

Links to practice tools on SM site (private link) and much more

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

 

Hyatt Place Marlborough / Apex Center

Stay in the Heart of the Apex Center of New England

In the 17th century, the Boston Post Road was established as a thoroughfare for New England post riders and travelers. Today it's known as U.S. Route 20, which leads you straight to our place. Whatever you're here for, we put you near it all.

Click for more information on the hotel or to reserve your room.


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