It’s Time You Took Credit (CME Credit)
While Enjoying an Amazing Passover Vacation in the Natural Wonder of Costa Rica
Who Knows 16?
We Know 16!
16 are the number of Category 1 CME credits you can receive for attending a unique Pesach getaway for you and your family.
Beyond the Chol Hamoed Costa Rican Adventures, amazing Glatt Kosher food, Daf Yomi and multiple shiurim, you will be able to hone your medical knowledge in a beautiful tropical location and enjoy wonderful speakers.
Our Rav and lead speakers will be joined by a staff of six other clinicians with fascinating and timely topics
Costa Rica Kosher Adventures is the longest running Glatt Kosher Pesach Experience provider in this beautiful country. Situated on a Pacific Coast beachfront, the entire premises are made Kosher for Passover. Safety standards continue to be based upon CDC recommendations.
Rabbi Elimelech Goldberg
Dr. Bernard Gonik
Daniel Gonik, BSE, ME
Esther Krohner, B.S, M.S
Nathan Gonik, M.D., M.H.S.A.
Elizebeth Dubey, MD
Navigating Medicine and the Health Care Field: Updates Impacting the Patient and Provider
Day 1 - Saturday
- Reigning in the Adrenal Gland (EG)
- The Ontology of Oncology (EG)
Day 2 - Sunday
- The Evolving Maternal Vaccine Platform: Why pregnancy is the right time to be vaccinated (BG)
- Reproductive Genetics Screening and Testing (BG)
Day 3 - Monday
- Everyday ENT Emergencies: Diagnosis and Management (NG)
- New Directions in the Surgical Management of Sleep Apnea (NG)
Day 4 - Tuesday
- Blackbox Warnings Against Narcotics and Anesthesia in Fetuses and Children (NG)
- Better Outcomes Using New Algorithms for Stroke Management (ED)
Day 5 - Wednesday
- From Pharm to Table: How New Drugs Get Created (DG)
- New Concepts in Drug Delivery Systems (DG)
Day 6 - Thursday
- Nonverbal cues: How to Relate to Them (EK)
- Problem Solving Brief Therapy (EK)
Day 7 - Friday
- Implicit Bias in Health Care (ED)
- End of Life Decisions at the Beginning of Life (BG)
Day 8 - Saturday
- Pain Extraction vs Distraction (EG)
- Integrative Therapies in Pain Management to Reduce Opioid Related Adverse Reactions (EG)