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2022 Winter Clinics Registration

  • 02/24/2022
  • 6:00 PM
  • 02/27/2022
  • 1:00 PM
  • Shore Lodge, McCall, Idaho
  • 59

Registration

  • This in-person registration will cover the majority of active physicians, PAs, and NPs who are currently members of Ada County Medical Society and seeking CME credit.
  • This in-person registration will cover current members of Ada County Medical Society who are NOT seeking CME credit.
  • This in-person registration will cover CURRENT members of Ada County Medical Society seeking CME credit who are nearing retirement. You must be 60 or older and work less than 20 patient care hours per week.
  • This in-person registration will cover the majority of active physicians, PAs, and NPs who are NOT currently members of Ada County Medical Society and ARE seeking CME credit.
  • This in-person registration will cover NON-MEMBERS of Ada County Medical Society seeking CME credit who are nearing retirement. You must be 60 or older and work less than 20 patient care hours per week.
  • This online access only registration will cover all current members of Ada County Medical Society, regardless of age or license. CME credit is only available for attendance tracked during live education presentations, although recordings will be available for review.
  • This online access only registration offers no CME credit and is purely for learning. Recordings will be available for review.
  • This online access only registration will cover those who are NOT members of Ada County Medical Society. CME credit is only available for attendance tracked during live education presentations, although recordings will be available for review.
  • Complimentary registration for Winter Clinics speakers

Register

ACMS 2022 WINTER CLINICS

FEBRUARY 24-27, 2022 MCCALL IDAHO

Winter Clinics is one of Idaho’s longest running medical education events.  This family- friendly “SKI-M-E” retreat will provide you with an opportunity connect with your family and colleagues while you learn about a variety of topics in a beautiful setting on the lake.

Education Topics Include

  • 2022 Updates in Rheumatology
  • Diabetes Management

  • Humor, Medicine, and Resilience

  • High Altitude Illness: Recognition and Current Treatment

  • Expedition Medicine: Preparation and Treatment Challenges

  • Early Resolution and Disclosure Of Unanticipated Outcomes

  • “SKIN DEEP:” An Update In Common Skin Conditions For PCPs

  • COVID: A New Adverse Childhood Experience

  • Pediatric Update

  • Marijuana: Clinical Applications and Updates

  • Psychiatric Pearls for Depression in Children and Adults
  • Surgical Management of Metastatic Colorectal Cancer

  • The Most Common Condition of all? Management Update on Obesity for PCPs


If you are an ACMS member, please log in with the email listed below. If you start a new record under a different email address, you will not receive the member discount for Winter Clinics until we update it for you. For assistance, please call 208-344-7888 and ask for Jennifer.​ Registrations after February 11 will be charged an additional $35 late fee.

Saturday Evening banquet, family, and kids activities are yet to be confirmed and will be made available later to registrants for signup.

WWW.ACMSWINTERCLINICS.COM


COVID-19 Safety

The Winter Clinics Committee maintains a commitment to the safety and health of our attendees while the COVID pandemic continues. Therefore, it has decided for the 2022 conference:

1) All registered conference attendees, exhibitors, and sponsor representatives appearing at Winter Clinics in person must be fully-vaccinated against COVID-19 using an FDA approved vaccine. NO exemptions are provided, even if one is unable to take the vaccine due to health considerations or doctor recommendation. Attendees have the option of engaging the educational content online.

  • Boosters are recommended, but not required.
  • While vaccination is encouraged for family attending, we will not be able to require it.

2) All Winter Clinics attendees/representatives must wear a face covering/mask in the Shore Lodge educational areas, exhibitor hall, and other common areas utilized by the conference. Utilization of masks in the narrow hallways is requested out of respect for others. Family members in the common areas are asked to mask as well.

  • If presenting or actively eating and drinking, the mask may be removed.

3) All attendees should consider any recent unmitigated exposures to COVID+ persons and/or their personal health status just prior to coming to the event. If a person must self-quarantine or stay home due to illness, we will provide a 50% discount on the registration in order for you to attend on line. You must make this request prior to the start of the event February 24, 6 PM.

You may see some registration options below grayed out until you login as an ACMS Member with the email address considered primary/preferred in your account record.  That is usually listed at the bottom of your email communications from ACMS.  You may have received email communications at one of three email addresses (preferred, secondary or spousal) but only the preferred email validates against our membership portal login.


Contact Us

305 W Jefferson Street Ste 101, Boise ID 83702

Director: Steven Reames, director@adamedicalsociety.org  (208) 336-2930
Membership and Events CoordinatorJennifer Hawkins,jennifer@idmed.org(208) 344-7888

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