The Wisconsin Medical Society, in partnership with the Medical College of Wisconsin and the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, will host a two-day conference April 5-6, 2019 focused on emerging health care trends and preparing for summer.
The conference has been approved for AMA PRA Category 1™ credit and will address three areas of health care especially relevant during the summer months: environmental health, trauma and Infectious disease.
“We’ve heard over and over from physicians across the state that they really value coming together face-to-face, and this event will provide an opportunity for physicians from all specialties to network, socialize and gain valuable insight on topics that are relevant across specialties and geography,” said Society CEO Clyde “Bud” Chumbley, MD, MBA. “We’re very excited about how this conference is coming together and especially thankful to the medical schools for their leadership and involvement. It’s going to be a great program.”
The conference will precede the Society’s annual House of Delegates meeting, which is Sunday, April 7. The inaugural ceremony will be held Saturday evening after the conference concludes, and the Wisconsin Medical Society Foundation’s Annual Fundraising event is Friday, April 5 beginning at 5 p.m.