THE FAPA FRATERNAL
A Fraternal Organization For Podiatrists by Podiatrists
in a joint provider ship activity with
WILLIAM L GOLDFARB FOUNDATION
THE 24th ANNUAL SCIENTIFIC SEMINAR IN THE SUN
Iberostar Rose Hall Resorts
(5 Star Luxury all inclusive)
Montego Bay, Jamaica WI
SEMINAR DATES: FEBRUARY 16-19, 2019
Lectures will be given Saturday, Sunday, Monday and Tuesday 8am to 12:30pm
Lecturers: Patrick DeHeer, DPM; Bryan Markinson, DPM & Steve McClain, MD
Topics include: Forefoot Surgical Techniques, Equinus Deformity,
Soft Tissue Balancing and Podiatric Dermatology
Scientific Program – 16 CECH credits
HOTEL AND AIR PACKAGES AVAILABLE for Pre and Post Seminar Dates
For hotel information and prices contact David Victor at Beach Travel LLC
FAPA@beachtravel.com or 732-984-7991
For seminar information contact Phyllis Darcy at FAPA at 516-520-0500
Hotel reservations must be arranged and booked ONLY through Beach Travel LLC
Scientific Program will be 16 credits and Lecture topics to be announced.
Save The Date,
FAPA, the Fraternal Association for Podiatrists of America, Is a non-profit fraternal organization formed by podiatrists in 1957 to promote fraternal benefits for its members. FAPA’s primary concern is to provide mutual aid and assistance to members including offering emergency loans, short-term loans and podiatric student interest free tuition loans. FAPA contributed over $300,000 to various podiatric colleges and podiatric educational medical facilities.
The William L. Goldfarb Foundation is approved by the Council on Podiatric Medical Education as sponsor of continuing education in podiatric medicine. This Activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the standards, requirements and guidelines of the Council on Podiatric Medical Education through a joint joint provider-ship of the William L. Goldfarb Foundation and the FAPA Fraternal Foundation.
All faculty participating in continuing medical education programs joint partnership by the William L. Goldfarb Foundation are expected to disclose to the program audience any real or apparent conflict(s) of interest related to the content of their presentations(s).