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Breast Cancer: Myths & Facts on Mammography & Genetics

Breast Cancer: Myths & Facts on Mammography & Genetics

Join COAPP’s special guests, breast cancer specialists Dr. Shelton, Dr, Lynn, and Dr. Calomeni, for a thought-provoking conversation & CME on the myths & facts of breast cancer screening and the interplay of genetics. Learn how screenings guidelines have changed, and why, as well as the role of genetics in breast cancer.  This topic is applicable to all specialties and all health professionals are invited to attend. Community members eager to learn more about breast cancer are also welcome; however,…

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Fall Family Kick Off Party

Fall Family Kick Off Party

COAPP families and Central Oregon Health Professionals are invited to join us for a fun social event to kick off our 2018/2019 year! Members, we so appreciate your support so enjoy a free cold one on us!! (Or kombucha!)  We will meet at the new Deschutes Brewery Marina near Riverbend Park and Old Mill–with a giant sandy area for kids to play and lots of food trucks to choose from! The Marina

Family Climbing + Education: Hands, Wrists & Elbows @ Bend Rock Gym

Family Climbing + Education: Hands, Wrists & Elbows @ Bend Rock Gym

Fun Family Climbing followed by Education (with CME credit!), Give-a-way Prizes, & Refreshments!   BRG is giving all attendees (who have pre-registered) a special discount day pass rate of $14 to climb before the educational event!     3-6pm Pre-Education Family Climb Sesh (discount available all day if you want to come earlier!) Come climb with other health professionals & their families!   6:30-8:30pm Educational Event: “Hand, Wrist & Elbow Injuries, Prevention & Therapy for Athletes”, 2 Credit CME  …

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Polycythemia Vera Education + Dinner at Joolz Included!

Polycythemia Vera Education + Dinner at Joolz Included!

Please join COAPP along with Dr. Charina Toste, DNP, guest speaker, on an educational seminar about Polycythemia Vera. This event is for local health providers with prescriptive authority and due to space at venue, the event is limited to COAPP members only. There are 35 spots available, so the first 35 to register will be invited to attend. Dinner at Joolz will be included free of charge. No CME credit is provided for this event. This event is sponsored by…

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Pease/Pariser Symposium: Anxiety, Exasperation, Exhaustion, Consternation, Substance Use Disorder, Depression, Burnout, Suicide in Healthcare Professionals

Pease/Pariser Symposium: Anxiety, Exasperation, Exhaustion, Consternation, Substance Use Disorder, Depression, Burnout, Suicide in Healthcare Professionals

Pease/Pariser Symposium: Anxiety, Exasperation, Exhaustion, Consternation, Substance Use Disorder, Depression, Burnout, Suicide in Healthcare Professionals Central Oregon Medical Society is graciously partnering with COAPP to offer our providers 30% off registration. Co-Sponsored by St. Charles Healthcare System, Central Oregon Dental Society, and St. Charles Foundation Thursday, November 2    Childcare Available 5:00-6:15 pm   Pre-Dinner Meet-The-Expert Simultaneous Small Group Sessions Spouse/Partner Recognition, Referral, Administration Cognizance1.  Elaine Cox, MD    Professor of Clinical Pediatrics, Indiana University     A Deadly Silence: My Pledge to Combat…

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Pulmonary Nodules with cardiothoracic surgeon Dr. Dixon

Pulmonary Nodules with cardiothoracic surgeon Dr. Dixon

COAPP: Most Common Thoracic Surgeon Consults Hosted By: COAPP (Central Oregon Advanced Practice Providers)All local health professionals invited to attend.  Provider Meet & Mingle from 5:30-6 followed by lecture Light Snacks graciously provided by Synergy Health & Wellness  Speaker: Jennifer Dixon, MD, Cardiothoracic Surgery. Dr. Dixon is affiliated with Oregon Health Science University Hospital and St Charles Health System Bend. Presentation date: May 20, 2018CME Credits: 2 Assessed Need: Lung cancer screening has demonstrated decreased risk of death when lung cancer…

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Skill Lab: Suturing Techniques (Beginner to Advanced)

Skill Lab: Suturing Techniques (Beginner to Advanced)

This skill lab is taught by  Mike Watson Territory Account Leader for Ethicon, with the Wound Closure Academy (WCA). The WCA is a hands-on safe and effective Training Course designed to educate accounts, teaching hospitals, residents, RNs, and PAs on the basics of wound healing and science tissue management, basic suturing techniques,  and  advanced  wound  closure  techniques.  Participants  will  have  the  opportunity  to  use  the techniques and devices described during the course in a hands-on lab. Requirements for Participation To ensure…

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