Join us online to meet the authors, discuss their research, and hear expert perspectives on evaluating and assessing journal articles.

Your registration grants you full access to all articles!

This important program is open to all and is FREE for ACPM Student and Resident Members.

Date: Saturday, July 27, 2024
 
Time: 9 AM – 4 PM Eastern Standard Time (EST)
 
Location: Online, via Zoom
 
Credit offered: 6 CECH
ABPM Diplomates can earn 2 MOC points for attendance.
 
Cost:
ACPM Fellows / Members: $90
ACPM Student and Resident Members: FREE
Non-members (Non-Industry): $150
Industry: $500
 
 
Key topics include:
  • Microwave Treatment of Warts
  • Ankle Joint Equinus
  • Personality and Bunions
  • Diagnosing Nerve Entrapments in the Foot
  • Forensic Podiatry
  • Green Podiatry - Reducing Our Carbon Footprints
  • Diabetic Foot
  • Chronic Gout
  • AV Malformation of the Foot
  • Opiod Management by the Podiatrist
  • Conducting Research as a Resident
 
Speakers include:
Adam Fleischer, DPM, MPH, FACFAS
Rob Conenello, DPM
Patrick DeHeer, DPM
Erin Klein, DPM
Michael Nirenberg, DPM
Angela Evans, AM, PhD, FFPM RCPS (Glasg)
Lawrence Harkless, DPM
Ebony Love, DPM
Elizabeth Bonarigo, DPM
Robert Smith, DPM
Dominick Casciato, DPM
 
 
 

CECH Information
To receive full educational credit (up to 6 CECH) for this event, you must be online for the duration of the program (9 AM – 4 PM EST). The Zoom webinar platform will record your attendance and participation during the event. You must authenticate with a Zoom account and log in with your own Zoom account username and password.

 

Learner Refund and Cancellation Policy
ACPM Member registration cost for this event is $90. Non-ACPM member registration cost for this event is $150. Industry registration for this event is $500. ACPM Student and Resident member registration cost for this event is $0.

Cancellations will receive a full refund up to 60 days prior to the first day of the seminar, 50% up to 30 days prior, 20% up to 15 days prior. Cancellations with fewer than 15 days prior notice are not eligible for a refund.

 

Accreditation 
The American College of Podiatric Medicine is approved by the Council on Podiatric Medical Education as a provider of continuing education in podiatric medicine. American College of Podiatric Medicine has approved this activity for a maximum of 6 continuing education contact hours.

CE certificates will be sent within 30 days of the event, after attendance is verified and an evaluation is filled out.

 

We look forward to hosting you for this outstanding program! 

Please reach out to meetings@acpmed.org with any questions about this event.

 

 

Conference objectives:
  • To identify patient risk factors/attributes and provider attributes that may contribute to suboptimal outcomes in hammer toe surgery
  • To understand how to effectively treat verruca using microwave energy
  • To understand the prevalence of equinus and identify sub-cohorts of patients at higher risk of equinus
  • To list the expectations of elective foot surgery and identify certain personality traits that may affect the outcome(s) of elective foot surgery
  • To understand the biomechanical and morphological relationships between footprints and feet
  • To learn how the human foot can be used in criminal investigations and in forensic science
  • To enhance the understanding of the diagnosis and treatment of nerve entrapments in the lower extremity and introduce new clinical techniques to diagnosis nerve entrapments affecting the foot
  • To recognize three pillars of Green Podiatry for immediate application
  • To explain the UT wound system and its relevance and assess the risk spectrum of vascular disease
  • To integrate the foot wound and risk classification systems into population health delivery systems.
  • To enhance clinical understanding of Chronic Gout and explore recent literature comparing Febuxostat, a novel advancement in chronic gout treatment, with its counterpart Allopurinol.
  • To discuss management options for arteriovenous malformations: conservative vs. surgical.
  • To introduce technique for surgical management of arteriovenous malformation of the plantar foot.
  • To explore the benefits and opportunities associated with engaging in research and recognize the motivations and incentives driving individuals to pursue research
  • To analyze the data used to review manuscripts related to control substance policies and prescribing of opioid analgesics to patients with opioid use disorder and substance use disorder.

Meet the Author - July 27, 2024

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