Internal Medicine, October 10-13, 2022
Mark Chandler, MD
- Sickle Cell Updates
- A Breath of Fresh Air in the Treatment of Asthmatics
- Potpourri: An Interesting Case at Duke University Hospital
- Complex Care: Making the Care of Complex Patients a Little Easier
Vinay Choski, MD
- Basics of Quality Improvement
- High Value Care/Low Value Testing - Reviewing the Things We Do for No Reason and the New Choosing Wisely
Neha Kayastha, MD
- Nausea and Vomiting: Symptom Management
- Advanced Opioid Dosing
- Anisha Chandiramani, MD
- Ethics in Clinical Practice
- Reclaiming "pimping": A Didactic Style in Medical Education
- Clinical Informatics
Noppon Pooh Setji, MD, SFHM
- Hot Topics in Hospital Medicine
- Hospital Mortality: Lessons From the Duke Experience
Tracy Setji, MD
- Diabetic Management Pearls
- Endocrine (non-diabetic) Cases for the Internist
Noppon Setji, MD, SFHM
- Hospitalist, Associate Professor of Medicine
- Medical Director of Duke University Hospital Medicine Program
- Medical Director of Mortality Review DUHS
Tracy Setji, MD
- Endocrinology, Metabolism and Nutrition, Associate Professor of Medicine
- Medical Director, Inpatient EndocrinologyServices, Duke University Hospital
- Associate Medical Director, Inpatient Endocrinology Services, Duke Regional Hospital
Mark Chandler, MD
- Assistant Professor, Departments of Medicine and Pediatrics, Hospitalist, Duke University Hospital
Anisha Chandiramani, MD
- Medical Director Digital Strategy Office Duke University Health System
- Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine Hospitalist, Duke University Hospital
Vinay Choksi, MD
- Medical Instructor, Department of Medicine Hospitalist, Duke University Hospital
Neha Kayastha, MD
- Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine Palliative Care Physician, Division of General Internal Medicine
Internal Medicine Credits
16.0 CME/CPD hours will be provided
Partnership for Excellence
As a world-class academic and health care system, Duke University Health System Department of Clinical Education and Professional Development is committed to becoming a national leader in the delivery of continuing interprofessional education to the healthcare team.
The Sea Pines Resort offers exceptional accommodations, beautiful beaches, championship golf and tennis, exciting watersports and more.
The Sea Pines Resort is proud to partner with the Duke University Health System Department of Clinical Education and Professional Development to jointly provide superior CME courses.
Venue Info: Harbour Town Clubhouse
Overlooking the 9th green of world-famous Harbour Town Golf Links, the Harbour Town Clubhouse blends luxurious surroundings with state-of-the-art conference facilities. Every element of our conference center is designed to focus minds and inspire creativity while relaxing and revitalizing attendees in the beautiful Lowcountry setting of The Sea Pines Resort.
When the meeting adjourns, stroll over to the inspiring sights of Harbour Town, just steps from the clubhouse and enjoy the serene waters of Calibogue Sound, majestic moss-draped oaks and breathtaking gold-and-pink sunsets. Harbour Town is also home to The Sea Pines Resort's iconic red-and-white-striped Harbour Town Lighthouse, legendary Liberty Oak and renowned Harbour Town Yacht Basin, as well as excellent dining, shopping and recreation.
Directions to the Harbour Town Clubhouse
Held in the Harbour Town Clubhouse (11 Lighthouse Lane, Hilton Head Island, SC 29928)
Attendees staying in accommodations at The Sea Pines Resort will be provided a gate pass at check-in.
From the guard gate, continue on Greenwood Drive for 1.3 miles and turn right onto Plantation Drive (just before Lawton Stables). Continue on this road until you reach the stop sign and turn right onto Lighthouse Road. After passing the tennis courts on your left, turn left onto Lighthouse Lane. Please park in the lot between The Inn & Club at Harbour Town and the Harbour Town Clubhouse.
For CME attendees not staying at The Sea Pines Resort:
Guests attending CME courses but not staying within Sea Pines will have gate clearance during the hours of the conference. Please go directly to the right-hand lane of the guard gate and tell the officer your name and that you are attending the CME program.
You will be given complimentary access into the resort for the day’s program but will not receive a paper guest pass.
Frequently Asked Questions
How will I take notes?
We will provide notepads and pens for note taking; if you bring a laptop, be sure to have enough battery power to maintain a charge for up to four hours.
Will binders still be available?
Unfortunately, binders are not available for these courses.
Can I download the course materials to my laptop prior to the start of the course?
We plan to make the course materials available for download via the website before the start of each conference. We will send an email notification, including a link to downloadable course materials, to all registered participants one week before the start of each conference.
How many CME credits will I receive for attending all sessions of this conference?
Hours vary depending on the conference participants attend. Individual total hours are listed under each of the course descriptions on www.seapinescme.com. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
How will I receive my certificate?
Participants will receive a link, within two weeks following the conference, with a request to evaluate the course and obtain their certificate.
What is your cancellation policy?
Your registration fee, less a $50 administration fee, will be refunded when The Sea Pines Resort CME office receives notification of cancellation through phone: (800) 335-2582 or email: [email protected] no later than 14 days prior to the program starting date. No refunds will be made after this time.
Sponsors- DUHS CEPD Mission Statement
Duke Health Interprofessional Education is comprised of educational specialists charged with supporting the mission, vision and values of Duke Health through quality continuing interprofessional education planned by the team and for the team.
The vision of the Duke University Health System Department of Clinical Education and Professional Development (DUHS CEPD) continues to be the commitment to becoming a regional/national leader in the design and delivery of continuing interprofessional education to the healthcare team. We serve our patients and global community by providing the finest clinical integration of patient care, education and research while respecting the needs of the human spirit.
The mission of DUHS CEPD is to collaborate with Duke faculty, clinical departments and other units to identify educational needs and to design, implement, evaluate and document interprofessional educational activities and initiatives.
While educational activities are available to the healthcare team members, the activities offered at The Sea Pines Resort are targeted toward physicians.
In support of improving patient care, the Duke University Health System Department of Clinical Education and Professional Development is accredited by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), and the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), to provide continuing education for the health care team.
Duke University Health System Department of Clinical Education and Professional Development Accreditation Program
4019 North Roxboro Street
Durham, NC 27704
Pamela B. Edwards, EdD, MSN, RN-BC, FABC, CNE, CENP
Associate Chief Nursing Officer, Education
The Sea Pines Resort
32 Greenwood Drive
Hilton Head Island, SC 29928
CME Course Registration & Confirmation Lodging Reservations
Accommodation Specials for Sea Pines CME Participants