FAQ: 3rd Annual Osas Surgery International Course

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Obstructive Sleep Apnea Syndrome (OSAS), a sleeping disorder involving cessation or significant decrease in airflow and breathing, affects around 12 million Americans. The Nicholson Center’s 3rd Annual OSAS Surgery International Course is designed to showcase the newest surgical procedures available to treat patients who cannot tolerate non-surgical treatment options.

Mark your calendars for our upcoming hands-on training Course, taking place March 6-8, 2016. Below, our course leaders have answered some common questions to help you prepare for the event.

What can I expect to learn at the course?
The goal of this international course is to enhance your knowledge and improve your understanding of updated surgical procedures for OSAS. The course will include anatomical, clinical and surgically oriented lectures, anatomical dissection with hands-on supervision and clinical case discussions to consolidate learning objectives.

Can I get CME Credits?
Yes! You can earn Didactic and Hands-on Lab CMEs by participating in this course.

  • Didactic - Florida Hospital designates this live activity for a maximum of 13.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s) ™
  • Hands-on Lab - Florida Hospital designates this live activity for a maximum of 6.50 AMA PRE Category 1 Credits ™

What is the cost to register?
Didactic and Open Lab - $2,600
Didactic and Lab Shadow ONLY - $1,500

Who will be speaking at the event?

  • Scott Magnuson, MD (USA)
  • Filippo Montevecchi, MD (Italy)
  • Julia Crawford, MD (Australia)
  • Claudio Vicini, MD (Italy)
  • Keith Kim, MD (USA)
  • Ofer Jacobwitz, MD (USA)
  • Tucker Woodson, MD (USA)
  • Edward Weaver, MD (USA)
  • Alan Schwartz, MD (USA)
  • Richard Lewis, MD (Australia)
  • Nico De Vries (Netherlands)
  • Eric Thuler, MD (Brazil)
  • Joachim Maurer, MD (Germany)
  • Paul Hoff, MD (USA)

Take a look at our highlight video from last year’s OSAS event here. Learn more about attending the OSAS Surgery International Course online or contact Heather Czujak today!

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