Pandemic Related Requirements
Completion of a full approved vaccination regimen, else just before travel a negative COVID-19 molecular test.
Masking during conference.
Cooperation with any other science-based precautions we determine are needed.
FYI: Conference will be enrolled only up to 20%-25% of normal room headcount capacity.
FYI: Microphones will not be shared.
Lifestyle Medicine Credentialing Information
This is one of two events now scheduled in the U.S. for satisfying the 10 hour "in-person learning" prerequisite of the American Board of Lifestyle Medicine for taking their November-December 2021 Diplomate examinations. (Other practitioners' continuing education needs are served as always.)
Your CME certificate (worth 12 AMA PRA Category 1TM hours / credits for full participation) will be provided to you at least 30 days before the earliest ABLM exam day available. ABLM requires you to send them a record of these CME credits before they release to you the results of your completed exam.
Travel Friendly Schedule
Do you have obligations at home on Friday afternoon or Monday morning? We tried to schedule this event so people in many U.S. areas could travel to it while preserving normal Monday-Friday routines.
Start = Saturday, 2:30 pm Eastern. End = Sunday 5:25 pm Eastern (with an optional dinner to follow). For quite a few attendees, just one overnight (Saturday) in Orlando should be sufficient.
On the other hand, Orlando may be a pleasant destination for a few extra leisure days afterwards if you have them. Our hotel room block and its rates (see below) are valid for 4 additional nights after Saturday night.
The Oct. 23-24, 2021 conference site is The Rosen Centre, 9840 International Drive, Orlando FL 32819.
Please NOTE, this is NOT Rosen Shingle Creek, or Rosen Plaza, which are nearby in Orlando, or any of the "Rosen Inns" which are elsewhere in Orlando.
We continue our tradition of arranging P-POD hotel room blocks at rates lower than those found for most professional conferences.