ACADIA EM FORUM: AIRWAY, SEDATION, & PAIN CONFERENCE FOR EMERGENCY PHYSICIANS.
September 20-23, 2019. Hampton Inn, Bar Harbor, Maine.
Raise your beauty to death ratio with one long weekend in Acadia National Park: 18 emergency docs. 14 hours CME. No slides. No microphones. Mornings: Biking, hiking, and sea kayaking, with half marathon or 5K available on 9/21. Afternoons: case-based discussions on the topics of airway, sedation, pain and procedures. Richard Levitan and Reuben Strayer are your faculty, enrollment limited to 16 participants. Our hotel is less than a mile to the park entrance and Acadia’s beautiful carriage roads.
The cost of the conference in $695, which includes 14 hours CME, welcome dinner, and farewell lunch. Participants cover their own travel, lodging (group rate available at the conference hotel), and park activity costs. Lunch and dinner on Saturday and Sunday are OYO (on your own).
Registration closes on August 29.
Bangor Airport is approximately 1 hour’s drive from the Hampton Inn.
Acadia National Park is a scenic treasure encompassing several islands off the coast of Maine. Its topography was molded by glaciers and features numerous lakes, fjords, and the tallest mountain on the east coast. Automobile-free carriage roads throughout the park afford blissful running and bicycling opportunities, and the coastline is perfect for kayaking. The conference is structured around two mornings of park activity, including the option to participate in either a half marathon or 5K on the morning of September 21. We have partnered with Bar Harbor-based operators to provide a structured bicycle tour and kayaking tour and will coordinate an activity program with each participant (and their accompanying friends/family) individually.
Acadia EM Forum is unique as a national conference for its focus on natural beauty in a remote location, small size (limited to 16 participants), and discussion-based format. Instead of lectures, a weekend-long conversation on emergency airway, sedation and pain management topics. Instead of monologue, dialogue. No slides, no microphones.