Update On Diving Medicine Course
May 7 – 11, 2024
Come join Dr. Gary Rose for “Update On Diving Medicine” CME Course during a shark diving trip to the world famous Tiger Beach on Grand Bahama Island. This course is fully accredited through the Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society course will provide eight category 1 CME credits. Imagine, each day diving with Tiger Sharks, as well as Reef, Nurse, and Lemon sharks with chances to see Great Hammerhead and Bull Sharks in the crystal clear Bahamian waters while attending some great medical CME talks.
Current practice in the management of decompression sickness in this CME talk.
Cold Water & Tropical Diving
Information on diving in extreme environments and the potential pitfalls.
Avoidance of Exposure Injury
Hypothermia can be a common medical emergency for divers. Learn how to respond.
A revealing look at these microscopic organisms and their potential effect on divers.
Gas Expansion Injury
Gas Expansion Injury is one part of DCI. Here’s a focused look at barotrauma.
Understanding the effects of oxygen on the body at higher partial pressures.
What’s that feeling coming over me? Learn the ins and outs of Nitrogen Narcosis.
Venom & Stings
Some animal interactions can be a real pain. Learn what to do when you encounter venom.
Dr. Rose will also be speaking about Shark ID and Behavior, Rays, Grouper, the health of reef ecosystems, as well as giving photo tips. For Medical Professionals and Allied Health Providers, he will be awarding 8 CME credits. Non-medical guests are invited to all lectures. The Bahamas is all about amazing interaction with our favorites – Tiger Sharks, Hammerhead Sharks, and Oceanic White Tip Sharks. Why not receive CME and the other benefits of attending this UHMS approved program?
Register for the CME Trip
If you have any questions or would like to sign up for this limited space CME trip, send us a note. We’ll get back to you right away!