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CME Alaska Cruise Conference - June 9-16, 2024 - Hospital Medicine Update
CME Alaska Cruise Conference - June 9-16, 2024 - Hospital Medicine Update
CME Alaska Cruise Conference - June 9-16, 2024 - Hospital Medicine Update
CME Alaska Cruise Conference - June 9-16, 2024 - Hospital Medicine Update
CME Alaska Cruise Conference - June 9-16, 2024 - Hospital Medicine Update
CME Alaska Cruise Conference - June 9-16, 2024 - Hospital Medicine Update
CME Alaska Cruise Conference - June 9-16, 2024 - Hospital Medicine Update
CME Vacations

CME Alaska Cruise Conference - June 9-16, 2024 - Hospital Medicine Update

Regular price $995.00 $995.00 Unit price per

CME Conference June 9-16, 2024

CME Norwegian Cruise to Alaska

(cruise booked separately from conference)

  • Covid testing no longer required for vaccinated passengers! See the latest updates here
  • The ultimate CME working vacation! Classes on days at sea so you can optimize excursions in the ports we visit.
  • Cruise departs Seattle on June 9, 2024 for 7 nights, visiting Alaska and Victoria, British Columbia.
  • 16 hours of accredited CME on Norwegian Encore.
  • The latest hospital medicine guideline updates for physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants (NPs and PAs)
  • Relevant material - the most recent updates affecting the patients you see every day. Topics include atrial fibrillation, heart failure, COPD/asthma, stroke, diabetes, DVT and PE management, many others. We cover the latest guidelines and studies to help you stay current. See the full agenda here
  • Resident and student pricing here
  • Cruise is NOT included in the conference price, it must be booked and paid for separately from the conference
  • At the CME conference, we will give you 3 months access to Hospital Medicine Update Online for no charge. If you miss any live sessions, you can watch those online continuing medical education topics at your convenience. We also give you 6 months access to our online Opioid Prescribing and Pain Management course, which gives you up to 2 hours CME.  Our online course meets most state requirements for CME on opioid prescribing.  Please review your individual state requirements.
  • Passport required!
  • CME cruise activities include water slides, kids' Aqua Park, go karts, laser tag, racing simulator, arcade.

CME Live Conference Registration Cancellation Policy:

Please reference our latest policies in the FAQ section or by selecting this link.

To book your cruise:

Register for the conference first ($995).  Norwegian requires groups to use the same travel agent; after registering, book your cabin(s) through our travel agent, the CME experts at CME Custom Travel, listed below.

Visit Cruise Info for cabin options and pricing.

To book your cabins, visit CME Custom Travel or call our rep Dan Guthner at (469) 314-6959 or email Dan@CMEcustomtravel.com

Actual reviews from recent conferences:

"Excellent review in an extremely well thought out format"

"A perfect balance between education and vacation"

"Excellent, straightforward format which summarizes hundreds of hours of reading/research"

    Customer Reviews

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    michael tulloch (Pleasanton, US)
    Hospitalist Review

    I have participated in several HMS updates in Hospital Medicine. They were great but all day long and a bit overwhelming. What I liked about this course is it's truly an update from current literature on specific areas of Hospitalist Medicine that is not overwhelming. The topics are taught for people working in the field. The speakers are well prepared and up to date. I am done by noon every day. The Hotel is very good with a beautiful breakfast. I recommend this course.

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    Adam Hertlein (Los Angeles, US)
    Fast-Paced, Evidence-Based, Up-To-Date

    Highly recommend this (or similar) course. CMEvacations was new to me, but I'm glad I came across it and plan to recommend them to colleagues. Included more study references/discussion than any other CME conference that I've been to. Gives you confidence that you're getting the latest, evidence-based recommendations. Lots of biostatistic references, but don't be scared... it's presented in a practical and casual manner (and you get a quick biostatistics refresher at the start). Both speakers did a nice job. The talks are fast-paced, which sometimes makes it difficult to fully digest in the moment. However, you are provided with the slides to review and this allows a lot of core topics to be covered. PLUS, this pace allows for more free time to enjoy the fun and beautiful locales.

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    Shasta Slavkovsky (Los Angeles, US)
    Great conference

    Enjoyable 4 day conference that covered a multitude of topics. Each presentation reviewed current guidelines and up to date studies. Will definitely attend another in the future!

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    Richard T Kiok (Los Angeles, US)
    Great Evidence!

    I was very impressed by the course's focus on the current evidence base. The presenters did an excellent job reviewing current guidelines for bread & butter hospital medicine topics and then discussing the current evidence related to the guidelines. They discussed evidence that both supports the guidelines and evidence that suggests a direction for future iterations of the guidelines. My favorite part is that they include a "Why was this study included" bullet point to help summarize the focal point and relevance of the study.

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    Kimberly Riley (San Diego, US)
    Thorough and succinct

    Appreciate that this is delivered by practicing hospitalists. Moved beyond guidelines, which are fully reviewed, and review new studies. Identifies areas were there are gaps between guidelines and problems we see with incorporation and use of these guidelines in practice, and where we hope to see changes in practice, or further studies are needed. Good use of time.

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    A.L. (Reseda, US)

    The material covered in this course is broad and perfect for those in hospital/inpatient medicine. Bread and butter topics with up to date studies, definitely recommend to anyone considering!

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    Elikem Kpenu (Los Angeles, US)
    Atrial fibrillation

    Excellent review of existing guidelines.
    Well organized lectures and covered most areas hospitalists deal with on daily basis.
    Highly recommended CME program.

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    D.P. (Pleasanton, US)
    Excellent conference for daytime hospitalist

    Conference focused on information for a hospitalist who manages patients during hospitalization. Some of the lectures were not as helpful for a hospitalist who only does admitting shifts. Would still highly recommend this conference as they do an excellent job of providing data/recommendations for the most common disorders in hospitalized patients.

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    K.S. (Pleasanton, US)
    Would highly recommend

    Enjoyed this course. The material is thorough yet concise and provides a great review of the most up-to-date literature for hospital medicine guidelines. The itinerary covers the most practical bread-and-butter topics. I found the length of the daily course to not be overly long and provide ample time to enjoy the rest of your afternoon to enjoy your vacation. I will definitely consider booking another trip for my CME in the future.

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    Tessa Pierson (Lake Elsinore, US)
    Great course

    Perfect balance between coursework and free time to enjoy the area. The information presented is up to date and very relevant to any hospitalist practice. Would highly recommend.