Retail Clinician Education Congress seeks posts for Sixth Annual RCEC

NEW YORK — OPEN CALL FOR POSTS FOR RETAIL CLINICIAN EDUCATION CONGRESS 2013

You're invited to submit a post for the Sixth Annual Retail Clinician Education Congress. The Retail Clinician Education Congress will be featuring CE break-out sessions and panel discussions on topics submitted by retail clinicians and organizations. This is an opportunity to share research, programs, and results with your peers. These new sessions will be in addition to keynote speakers and general session presentations.

In order to qualify for continuing education credit, the presentation must advance the ability of the clinician to provide clinical care beyond the basics. Additionally, presentations that incorporate pharmacology are strongly encouraged.

There are several categories of abstracts that are of interest to the conference attendees that include, but are not limited to the following:

Abstract/Poster Categories
  • Category I – Skin Conditions
  • Category II – Infectious Disease
  • Category III – Recognizing Emergency Situations
  • Category IV – How to Work with the Pharmacy Team
  • Category V – Over-the-Counter Products
  • Category VI – Eye Conditions
  • Category VII – Communicating with Patients/Caregivers
  • Category VIII – Hypertension
  • Category IX – Wellness – weight loss, nutrition, fitness

For more information and to submit your post visit RCEC online at http://www.retailcliniciancongress.org/content/abstract-form.

Please direct any questions to Sarah Rosenberg via email at srosenberg@ccaclinics.org or via telephone at (267) 765-2388. All submissions are due by February 1, 2013.

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