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Seminar to Examine Donor Shortage Dilemma
Posted on: 3/28/2014

From Critical Shortage to Critical Mass: Addressing the Lack of Donor Organs is a live seminar geared for physicians, attorneys, policymakers and all others interested in human organ transplantation issues and policy. Learn how organs are obtained and distributed, and about alternative methods that include economic incentives and changes in allocation policies.

This live seminar will take place on May 16 from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. in Carbondale, or participate via video from either Springfield or Chicago. CME is available.

Download brochure; register online.

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Check out additional live seminars and peruse the cache of on-demand courses, available 24/7, at the ISMS Education Center.

The medical and controlled substance licensure deadline is now four months away. The ISMS Education Center can be your primary resource toward fulfilling the requirement of 150 hours of CME.

Questions? Contact the ISMS Division of Health Policy Research and Advocacy via email or call 800-782-4767 ext. 1470.

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