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Renaissance Ed Announces Their Continuing Medical Education Teleconference Schedule for Spring 2004
LOS ANGELES, Calif. - May 25, 2004 /Send2Press Newswire/ -- Renaissance Ed (www.rened.com) a leader in high quality continuing medical education today announced their upcoming schedule of teleconferences for Spring, 2004. This Spring, Renaissance Ed brings leading psychiatrists from around the country to address a wide variety of cutting edge issues designed to help doctors and mental health professionals to stay abreast of the latest developments in their field and avoid unnecessary liabilities.
"What makes these teleconferences so unique is that the participant does not need to travel or leave their office to hear these great classes," explains Dr. Irwin Savodnik, President of Renaissance Ed.
"With teleconferencing, each participant can listen to the lecture from their home or office. All they need is access to a telephone line and the Internet if they wish to watch the PowerPoint Presentation. And since we are an approved provider for CME credits from the AACME, we can provide quality leading-edge topics and acquire CME credits in an hour and a half time."
Renaissance Ed's roster of teleconferences for spring 2004 includes:
- "Informed Consent in Psychiatry" will be taught by Paul Appelbaum, MD, Director of Law and Psychiatry at the University of Massachusetts Medical School.
- "Suicide, Risk Assessment & Malpractice Prevention" will be taught by Phillip Resnick, MD, Director of the division of forensic psychiatry at Case Western Reserve School of Medicine.
- "Harassment and Stalking by Psychiatric Patients" will be taught by Park Dietz, MD, Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at UCLA's School of Medicine.
"We are particularly pleased to have Dr. Dietz on our faculty this spring," adds Dr. Savodnik. "Dr. Dietz has testified in many high profile trials, including the Jeffrey Dahmer trial as well as John Hinkley and the Menendez Brothers trials. Dr. Dietz is the leading authority on stalkers."
Formerly known as NAS (National Assessment Specialists), Renaissance Ed has been dedicated to providing the highest quality continuing education experience anywhere since 1999. Seeking out leaders in the field of psychiatry, medicine and the law, and delivering them directly into registrant's homes and offices, Renaissance Ed's goal is to keep medical professionals informed of the latest and most critical developments in each of these areas.
For more information on Renaissance Ed Teleseminars please visit www.rened.com.
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