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  • Baylor University Medical Center State of the Art Imaging in Mechanical Circulatory Support 2017

    When: Friday, Sep 15, 2017

    Where: Gaylord Texas Resort and Convention Center, 1501 Gaylord Trail, Grapevine, Texas 76051

    What: Baylor University Medical Center State of the Art Imaging in Mechanical Circulatory Support 2017

    Who: Cardiovascular Physicians and Specialists

  • 2017 International Congress of Living Donor Liver Transplant Study Group (iLDLT-DALLAS)

    When: Friday, Oct 27, 2017-Saturday, Oct 28, 2017

    Where: Gaylord Texas Resort and Convention Center, 1501 Gaylord Trail, Grapevine, Texas 76051

    What: LDLT Study Group was founded in 2014 to improve the understanding and research of living donor liver transplantation. Since its launch, LDLT Study Group has been hosting the International Congress of LDLT Study Group with 400 participants from 30 countries. Past two congresses were held in Korea, and next congress will be held in Dallas, Texas, USA in 2017. We believe that iLDLT Study Group 2017 will provide opportunities to meet eminent speakers and delegates from all over the world to share the most up-to-date surgical accomplishments and new techniques in the field of LDLT.

    Who: Healthcare professionals in the field of Living Donor Liver Transplant

  • Donor Advocate Symposium 2013

    When: Friday, Oct 25, 2013

    Where: Dallas Arboretum, Rosine Hall, Dallas, Texas 75218

    What: A daylong symposium for clinicians and professionals who work with transplant candidates.

    Who: Dialysis Center Nurses, Nurse Coordinators, Physicians, Clergy, Ethicists, Philosophers, Social Worker, and anyone with an interest in living donor transplantation ethical issues.

  • Heart and Vascular Symposium 2017

    When: Saturday, Oct 07, 2017

    Where: Irving Convention Center at Las Colinas, 500 West Las Colinas Boulevard, Irving, Texas 75039

    What: Baylor Jack and Jane Hamilton Heart and Vascular Hospital and the Camenae Group invite you to join us Saturday, October 7, 2017 for Heart and Vascular Symposium at the Irving Convention Center. This Symposium will showcase the latest clinical advances and explore current issues in the fields of cardiology, electrophysiology and vascular surgery.

    Who: Advanced Practice Providers Cardiac Catheterization Lab Specialists Cardiac Electrophysiology Specialists Cardiac/Pulmonary Rehabilitation Specialists Cardiac Sonographers Cardiovascular Invasive Specialists Case Managers Cardiovascular Technologists Certified Cardiographic Technicians EMTs / Paramedics Nuclear Medicine Technicians Registered Nurses Nurse Practitioners Radiologic Technologists Respiratory Therapists Surgical Technologists Vascular Specialists

  • BSW Enhanced Recovery After Surgery Symposium 2017

    When: Saturday, Oct 07, 2017

    Where: CityPlace, 2711 Haskell, Dallas, Texas 75204

    What: Baylor Scott & White Health in conjunction with the Camenae Group and The Foundation for Advanced Cardiovascular Education and Training (FACET) will present Enhanced Recovery After Surgery: Acceleration of Positive Outcomes Continuing Medical Education Symposium at CityPlace in Dallas, Texas on Saturday, October 7, 2017. Enhanced recovery after surgery (ERAS) programs aim to hasten functional recovery and improve postoperative outcomes.

    Who: - Surgeons - Anesthesiologists - Nurse Anesthetists - Preoperative Nurses - Postoperative Nurses - Dietitians - Nutritionists - Statisticians - Pain Management Specialists - Hospital Administrators - Trainees

  • Heart and Vascular Symposium 2016

    When: Saturday, Oct 01, 2016

    Where: Irving Convention Center at Las Colinas, 500 West Las Colinas Boulevard, Irving, Texas 75039

    What: Howdy, Folks! It’s that time of year! The kickoff of the State Fair of Texas is right around the corner and so is Heart and Vascular Symposium 2016. Celebrating 20 years of continuing education, Baylor Jack and Jane Hamilton Heart and Vascular Hospital and the Camenae Group invite you to join us opening weekend of the state fair festivities as Heart and Vascular Symposium will showcase the latest clinical advances and explore current issues in the fields of Cardiovascular, EP and Vascular in grand Texas style! Get your ticket today!

    Who: Cardiac Catheterization Lab Specialists Cardiac Electrophysiology Specialists Cardiac/Pulmonary Rehabilitation Specialists Cardiac Sonographers Cardiovascular Invasive Specialists Case Managers Cardiovascular Technologists Certified Cardiographic Technicians EMTs / Paramedics Nuclear Medicine Technicians Registered Nurses Nurse Practitioners Radiologic Technologists Respiratory Therapists Surgical Technologists Vascular Specialists

  • International Symposium on Cryoablation for Arrhythmias

    When: Saturday, Nov 16, 2013

    Where: Baylor University Medical Center - 17th Floor of R, 3501 Junius St., Dallas, Texas 75246

    What: The International Symposium on Cryoablation for Arrhythmias is designed to educate the physician about the etiology and causes of atrial fibrillation, its clinical consequences for their patients and to provide a review of various evidence based management strategies of care. This activity will emphasize the role of cryoablation as a curative strategy for atrial fibrillation and other types of supraventricular arrhytmias, and will review the data supporting the recently FDA approved cryoballoon ablation of atrial fibrillation.

    Who: Physicians and Cardiovascular Care Specialists involved in the care of atrial fibrillation patients - including Family / General Practitioners, General Cardiologists, Electrophysiologists and other Cardiovascular Care specialists.

  • Copy-Donor Advocate Symposium 2017

    When: Friday, Nov 10, 2017

    Where: Magnolia Hotel Dallas Downtown, 1401 Commerce Street, Dallas, Texas 75201

    What: Baylor Annette C. and Harold C. Simmons Transplant Institute in conjunction with the Camenae Group is honored to host the 6th Annual Donor Advocate Symposium at the Magnolia Hotel Dallas DOWNTOWN on Friday, November 10th, 2017. Living donor transplantation is a key part of restoring health in patients with severe kidney or liver disease or end-stage organ failure. Nurses, clinicians, clergy and social workers play a pivotal role in communicating the living donor option to patients, families, friends and other potential living donors. They typically face a myriad of questions regarding cost, psychosocial issues, ethical issues, long-term donor health, paired donation, transplant outcomes, and the role of the media. The purpose of the Donor Advocate Symposium is to: 1) Update, educate and inform registered nurses, transplant nurse coordinators, social workers, donor advocates, clergy and other professionals who work with transplant candidates. 2) Enhance and improve clinical behavior to increase participation in the living donor process. Speakers and panelists will present real life cases and initiate conversations with the audience about the issues.

    Who: - Dialysis Center Nurses - Physicians - Clergy - Social Workers - Ethicists - Nurse Coordinators - Philosophers - Anyone with an interest in living donor transplantation

  • Donor Advocate Symposium 2017

    When: Friday, Nov 10, 2017

    Where: Magnolia Hotel Dallas Downtown, 1401 Commerce Street, Dallas, Texas 75201

    What: Baylor Annette C. and Harold C. Simmons Transplant Institute in conjunction with the Camenae Group is honored to host the 6th Annual Donor Advocate Symposium at the Magnolia Hotel Dallas DOWNTOWN on Friday, November 10th, 2017. Living donor transplantation is a key part of restoring health in patients with severe kidney or liver disease or end-stage organ failure. Nurses, clinicians, clergy and social workers play a pivotal role in communicating the living donor option to patients, families, friends and other potential living donors. They typically face a myriad of questions regarding cost, psychosocial issues, ethical issues, long-term donor health, paired donation, transplant outcomes, and the role of the media. The purpose of the Donor Advocate Symposium is to: 1) Update, educate and inform registered nurses, transplant nurse coordinators, social workers, donor advocates, clergy and other professionals who work with transplant candidates. 2) Enhance and improve clinical behavior to increase participation in the living donor process. Speakers and panelists will present real life cases and initiate conversations with the audience about the issues.

    Who: - Dialysis Center Nurses - Physicians - Clergy - Social Workers - Ethicists - Nurse Coordinators - Philosophers - Anyone with an interest in living donor transplantation

  • Donor Advocate Symposium 2016

    When: Friday, Nov 04, 2016

    Where: Magnolia Hotel Dallas Park Cities, 6070 North Central Expressway, Dallas, Texas 75206

    What: Baylor Annette C. and Harold C. Simmons Transplant Institute in conjunction with the Camenae Group is honored to host the 5th Annual Donor Advocate Symposium at the Magnolia Hotel Dallas Park Cities on Friday, November 4th, 2016. Living donor transplantation is a key part of restoring health in patients with severe kidney or liver disease or end-stage organ failure. Nurses, clinicians, clergy and social workers play a pivotal role in communicating the living donor option to patients, families, friends and other potential living donors. They typically face a myriad of questions regarding cost, psychosocial issues, ethical issues, long-term donor health, paired donation, transplant outcomes, and the role of the media. The purpose of the Donor Advocate Symposium is to: 1) Update, educate and inform registered nurses, transplant nurse coordinators, social workers, donor advocates, clergy and other professionals who work with transplant candidates. 2) Enhance and improve clinical behavior to increase participation in the living donor process. Speakers and panelists will present real life cases and initiate conversations with the audience about the issues.

    Who: - Dialysis Center Nurses - Physicians - Clergy - Social Workers - Ethicists - Nurse Coordinators - Philosophers - Anyone with an interest in living donor transplantation

  • Latest Advances in Ischemic & Hemorrhagic Stroke Therapy

    When: Friday, May 17, 2013

    Where: Westin Galleria, 13340 Dallas Parkway, Dallas, Texas 75240

    What: The Fifth Annual Latest Advances in Ischemic & Hemorrhagic Stroke Therapy 2014 will address critical issues related to decision making for and treatment of stroke patients. This conference will feature experts from emergency medicine, adult and pediatric neurology, neurosurgery, internal medicine, physical medicine and rehabilitation and interventional neuroradiology. These specialists will update participants on the latest patient care recommendations, and convey the newest advances in the treatment of stroke in a format that allows for timely application of proven protocol.

    Who: Physicians – primary care, emergency medicine, critical care, neurology, neurosurgery, interventional radiology, internal medicine, physical medicine and rehabilitation. Members of multidisciplinary teams involved in the care of stroke patients: Fellows, Residents, Physician Assistants, Nurse Practitioners, Nurses. Research Staff, Allied Health Professionals Scope of Audience: Clinical, Research, Administrative

  • D/FW Sports Medicine Symposium 2017

    When: Friday, Mar 24, 2017

    Where: Hilton Southlake Town Square, 1400 Plaza Place, Southlake, Texas 76092

    What: The evaluation, treatment and care of the athlete, along with the prevention of injuries, demand the full attention and concern of the entire sports medicine team. This symposium will focus on the proper approaches to prepare athletes for competition, and the treatment and care of athletes following specific injuries of the shoulder, hip, Spine and knee. Other areas of focus are the medical issues of athletes such as ECG screenings for high school athletes and new medical terminology for the Female Triad.

    Who: This symposium is designed for orthopedists, family and internal medicine physicians, physical therapists, physician assistants, physical therapist assistants, occupational therapists, and athletic trainers.

  • Antibody Mediated Rejection in Liver Transplantation

    When: Friday, Mar 22, 2013

    Where: Adolphus Hotel, 1321 Commerce Street, Dallas, Texas 75202

    What: A two-day collaboration to define AMR in Liver Transplantation and forge a path of future research.

    Who: Transplant Surgeons, Transplant Pathologists, Transplant Hepatologists, Transplant Nephrologists, and HLA Laboratory PhDs.

  • D/FW Sports Medicine Symposium 2016

    When: Friday, Mar 18, 2016

    Where: Hilton Southlake Town Square, 1400 Plaza Place, Southlake, Texas 76092

    What: The evaluation, treatment and care of the athlete, along with the prevention of injuries, demand the full attention and concern of the entire sports medicine team. This symposium will focus on the proper approaches to prepare athletes for competition, and the treatment and care of athletes following specific injuries of the shoulder, hip, Spine and knee. Other areas of focus are the medical issues of athletes such as ECG screenings for high school athletes and new medical terminology for the Female Triad.

    Who: This symposium is designed for orthopedists, family and internal medicine physicians, physical therapists, physician assistants, physical therapist assistants, occupational therapists, and athletic trainers.

  • EP The Great and Powerful

    When: Saturday, Mar 02, 2013

    Where: City Place Conference Center, 2711 North Haskell, Dallas, Texas 75204

    What: EP/Non-Invasive Seminar 2013 will provide the participant with an update on the most current information regarding the diagnosis and treatment of cardiovascular disease with an emphasis on advances in the field of electrophysiology, pacing and non-invasive cardiology.

    Who: This event focuses on the specific needs of Registered Nurses, Radiologic Technologists and Sonographers.

  • BOSHA Orthopedic Nursing Summit 2017

    When: Saturday, Jun 10, 2017

    Where: Baylor Orthopedic and Spine Hospital At Arlington, 707 Highlander Blvd, Arlington, Texas 76015

    What: OVERVIEW Baylor Orthopedic and Spine Hospital at Arlington in conjunction with the Camenae Group is honored to host the 2017 Orthopedic Nursing Summit on June 10th, 2017 from 6:30 am to 1:30 pm in the Education Room located at Baylor Orthopedic and Spine Hospital at Arlington. The purpose of this continuing medical education event is: 1) Update, educate and inform registered nurses who work with orthopedic patients of medical advances specific to patient optimization, multi-modal pan management, regional blocks, opiod use for pain management in chronic pain patients, infection prevention, current approaches to VTE prevention in orthopedic patients, transexemic acid use in total join patients and a specialized presentation for geriatric nursing credit as required by the Texas licensing board. 2) Enhance and improve clinical behavior to increase positive outcomes.

    Who: Registered Nurses specializing in Orthopedic Care

  • BOSHA Sports Medicine Conference 2016

    When: Saturday, Jul 16, 2016

    Where: W Dallas Victory Hotel, 2440 Victory Park Ln, Dallas, Texas 75219

    What: The BOSHA Sports Medicine Conference is a continuing education activity focusing on the care of athletes. This year's conference will be hosted at the W Dallas Victory Hotel and the American Airlines Center in Dallas, and features former NBA great and sportscaster Bill Walton as our special guest speaker.

    Who: • Athletic Trainers • Nurses  • Physical Therapists • Physical Therapist Assistants • Occupational Therapists • Coaches • Strength and Conditioning Coaches

  • GI Cancer Conference 2013: Liver Cancer – What Now?

    When: Saturday, Feb 09, 2013

    Where: Baylor Sammons Cancer Center, 10th Floor Concerence Center, Dallas, Texas 75202

    What: The 2013 Gastrointestinal Cancer Conference is focused on liver tumors, both metastatic and primary. The forum will provide for the assessment and increase in competency related to the care of patients with benign and malignant liver tumors, including screening and diagnosis as well as the latest surgical and therapeutic management options for these tumors.

    Who: Physicians, physician assistants and nurse practitioners interested in the prevention, screening, evaluation, and management of gastrointestinal cancers, including gastroenterologists, family practitioners, internists, surgeons, medical, surgical and radiation oncologists, radiologists and pathologists.

  • Cardiovascular Symposium 2013

    When: Saturday, Aug 17, 2013

    Where: Southfork Ranch, 3700 Hogge Drive, Parker, Texas 75002

    What: Baylor Jack and Jane Hamilton Heart and Vascular Hospital in partnership with The Camenae Group have organized the forces of good to form the Cardiovascular Symposium Crusaders. This formidable group of Cardio Super Heroes has agreed to a rare public appearance – open to healthcare professionals only – in order to share their tactics and intel on the high priority issues and latest clinical advances in the ongoing battle against the villainous Cardiovascular Disease.

    Who: Nurses, Radiologic Technologists, Sonographers, Respiratory Therapists, Allied Health

  • Cardiovascular Summit 2013

    When: Saturday, Apr 27, 2013

    Where: The Ritz-Carlton Hotel, 2121 McKinney Avenue, Dallas, Texas 75201

    What: The goal of this conference is to increase the participant’s knowledge of current advances in the diagnosis and management of cardiovascular disease with an emphasis on both interventional and non-interventional modalities.

    Who: This annual premier event features local and nationally recognized faculty and focuses on the specific needs of those in primary care, internal medicine, family practice, and general cardiology.

  • BOSHA Sports Medicine Conference 2017

    When: Saturday, Apr 22, 2017

    Where: AT&T Stadium, 1 AT&T Way, Arlington, Texas 76011

    What: The BOSHA Sports Medicine Conference is a continuing education activity focusing on the care of athletes. This year's conference will be hosted at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas and features former Dallas Cowboy and sportscaster Daryl "Moose" Johnston as our special guest speaker.

    Who: • Athletic Trainers • Nurses  • Physical Therapists • Physical Therapist Assistants • Occupational Therapists • Coaches • Strength and Conditioning Coaches

  • DFW Sports Medicine Symposium 2013

    When: Friday, Apr 05, 2013-Sunday, Apr 07, 2013

    Where: Sheraton Arlington Hotel, 1500 Convention Center Drive, Arlington, Texas 76011

    What: The evaluation, treatment and care of the athlete, along with the prevention of injuries, demand the full attention and concern of the entire sports medicine team. This symposium will focus on the proper approaches to prepare athletes for competition, and the treatment and care of athletes following specific injuries of the shoulder, hip, ankle and knee. Other areas of focus are the medical issues of athletes such as Sudden Cardiac Arrest, Spleen injuries, Sports Hernia, Asthma vs. Vocal Cord Injury and a review of MRSA.

    Who: This symposium is designed for orthopedists, family and internal medicine physicians, physical therapists, physician assistants, physical therapist assistants, occupational therapists, and athletic trainers.