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Fetal & Women's Imaging | Advanced OB-GYN Ultrasound

Date: 21-Sep-18 to 23-Sep-18
Location: Seattle / United States
18.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ 19 Cognate Credits ASRT approved for 21.75 Category A CE Credits for Sonographers and Technologists World Class CME is again proud to host the annual Fetal and Women's Imaging conference in Seattle, Washington. We welcome everyone to The Sheraton Seattle for yet another excellent three day course in 2018. Target Audience This course is designed for physicians and sonographers in the fields of gynecologic and obstetric imaging, as well as residents in obstetrics and gynecology, or radiology, and fellows in maternal-fetal medicine. This course may also be valuable to family physicians practicing obstetrics, advanced practice nurses​ and physician assistants working in gynecology and obstetrics Program Directors Roya Sohaey, MD & Mary E. Norton, MD

10/10: Expedia fmr CMO on Solving the Paradox of Choice

Date: 10-Oct-18 to 10-Oct-18
Location: Seattle / United States
TOPIC: Solving the Paradox of Choice - Bikes, Scooters and Cars - Oh My! ​In a world of increasing options, how do you quickly help consumers make choices without making them feel overwhelmed by the possibilities? How do you build a product that is resilient in an ever-changing landscape? Moreover, how do you do this without impacting conversion? Join Jeff Warren, former Head of Marketing at Expedia and current CEO of Migo to talk about the Paradox of Choice. Jeff will walk us through an example of how Migo has designed its product to help travelers make quick decisions and get moving to their destinations. He will also share a framework you can use for your product designs. About The Speaker: Jeff Warren is the founder and CEO of Migo, the search app for personal transportation that ...

Chemical Development & Scale-Up, Seattle, USA

Date: 15-Oct-18 to 17-Oct-18
Location: Seattle / United States
Chemical process development is generally not taught as part of degree courses in higher education; the conversion of a synthetic route used for making milligram or gram quantities of a chemical into a process for manufacturing multi-kilogram and tonne quantities is typically learnt “on the job” by chemists in industry. For many years, little chemical development work was published in the literature, until the establishment of the Organic Process R & D journal by Dr Trevor Laird (Founder of Scientific Update). Even now, “tricks of the trade” are handed down within individual company organisations, and it can be difficult to gain an awareness of what is involved in chemical development, and of the skills and techniques required to efficiently scale up chemical processes. This three-...