CDM Support

Invitation to Exhibit or Sponsor

Dear Corporate Partners,
You are cordially invited to participate in our annual Clinical Decision Making in Emergency Medicine symposium that will be held in Ponte Vedra, Florida, June 22 - 25, 2017.  The symposium is jointly organized by Mount Sinai, Brigham and Women’s, Mayo Clinic, The University of Florida, University of Colorado, and Emergency Medicine Practice. This is the eleventh year this symposium is taking place, and based on previous years, we anticipate a minimum of 200 registrants.

As you know, emergency departments are considered the safety net of the American health care system and treat over 100 million patients a year.  The goal of this symposium is to improve the quality and safety of emergency care by providing focused, evidence-based, clinical updates on recent advances in caring for the critically and acutely ill.  The symposium is designed for Emergency physicians, Physicians in primary care, and Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants working in ambulatory and emergent care settings.  This activity is approved for up to 25 hours of AMA PRA Category I CME.   

The success of this truly great learning opportunity would not be possible without the committed support of companies like yours!

Ginia Portz will be the conference coordinator/administrator for the conference.  Please contact her with any questions and to communicate your intended level of support.  You may reach her at 971-322-5690, or if you have any other questions or need assistance prior to the course, please contact our head office, 503-635-4761. 

We hope that you will be able to join us this year.

Sincerely,

Clinical Decision Making in Emergency Medicine

CDM Levels of Support

Sponsorship is available at three levels:

Bronze level - $2250: Exhibition space for all 4 days

Silver level - $3500:  The above plus recognition as a course sponsor in printed materials

Gold level - $5000:  The above plus additional printed and verbal recognition as sponsor of a specific module (e.g. “Cardiovascular Emergencies”)

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