Face-to-Face Meetings: American College of Healthcare Executives

The American College of Healthcare Executives is an international professional society of more than 40,000 healthcare executives who lead hospitals, healthcare systems and other healthcare organizations in both the private and public sectors. We provide valuable resources and support our members in their dedication to improving healthcare delivery and the quality and cost-efficiency of care…. Read more »

Face-to-Face Meetings: Aerospace Medical Association

The Association’s annual meeting provides a multi-faceted forum for all aerospace medical disciplines and concurrently provides continuing education credits and maintenance of certification for those attending the meeting.  Lectures, seminars, panels, poster presentations, workshops, films, and technical and scientific exhibits present data on the latest results of clinical and research studies. No other meeting brings… Read more »

Face-to-Face Meetings: Patricia Gilhooly MD, FACS

I try to attend 1-2 medical society meetings pertinent to my specialty, Urology, per year. These meetings provide a forum to present new research findings, critique new surgical techniques or medications versus the “gold standards” and in general, serve as an update on clinical medical practices which can be implemented in treating our Veterans. Over… Read more »

Face-to-Face Meetings: The American Institute of Architects

Looking Back-Looking Forward: 2012 Public Architects Workshop, Washington, D. C. In a long tradition spanning almost two decades, the Public Architects Advisory Group (PAAG) planned and hosted a widely attended and highly successful pre-convention workshop on May 15, 2012 in Washington, D.C. The Workshop, entitled, “Excellence in Public Architecture: Federal; State; Regional; Local-International and Beyond,”… Read more »

Face-to-Face Meetings: California Association of Community Managers

Background Since 1991, the California Association of Community Managers, Inc. (CACM) has held strong to its mission: to heighten the professionalism and success of California community association managers by promoting higher standards of practice and ethical behavior. Today, the association has nearly 3,000 members statewide, a $3.2 million annual budget and 12 dedicated staff members…. Read more »