Introductory Course in Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine. Dates: 15-26 February 2021 The UHMS will continue to provide Physician CME Activities beyond the Introductory Hyperbaric Medicine Course to aid physicians in meeting their ongoing CME requirement to maintain their credentials in hyperbaric medicine (as established by hospitals or specialty boards). Email: education@hyperbaricmedicine.comPhone: +210-614-3688Website: www.hyperbaricmedicine.com *Approved by UHMS for live-streaming format through 2020. Venue: Hougoumont Hotel, Fremantle, Western Australia The Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians (MD/DO) but also seek approval through the National Board of Diving and Hyperbaric Medical Technologies and Wound Care Education Partners for certification requirements for other allied health professionals. The course includes scenario­-based simulation focusing on the management of diving emergencies and workshops covering the key components of the diving medical. On May 21, 1998 the UHMS Board of Directors established the minimum content, duration, and quality of a UHMS Designated Introductory Course. Toronto General Hospital, Toronto, Ontario, CanadaRay Janisse, RRT, CHT, Activity Dates: March 31 to April 4, 2020November 24 to 28, 2020, Phone: 416-340-4800 X3346Email: Ray.Janisse@uhn.ca, Website: https://www.uhn.ca/Surgery/Treatments_Procedures/Hyperbaric_Medicine_Unit#tab4, Poseidon Safety InternationalKevan Corson, DirectorCredits: 41.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ / physicians Email: kevan.corson@poseidonsafety.comPhone: (512) 924-4266Website: http://poseidonsafety.com/index.html. The courses are exactly the same with the content, faculty and requirements, except it is live-streamed instead of in-person. Emphasis is placed on the contra­indications to diving and the diving medical assessment, together with the pathophysiology, diagnosis and management of common diving-­related illnesses. The European College of Baromedicine (ECB) is a medical speciality organisation that establishes and maintains reciprocal recognition of qualifications in the diving and hyperbaric medicine fields between the academic and Wound Care Education Partners – Travels on-site, Credits: 40 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ / physicians 40 contact hours by the Florida Board of Nursing 40 Category A credit hours credit hours by the NBDHMT, Activity Dates: December 12-13 & 19-20, 2020Email: info@woundeducationpartners.comPhone: +561-776-6066Website: www.woundeducationpartners.com. Responsible Organization: Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical SocietyActivity Director: Enoch Huang and James HolmActivity Administrator: Enoch Huang, MD, FUHMContact: Enoch Huang: Email Dr. Huang / Ph: 503-413-3244Location: Legacy Emanuel Medical Center and Virginia Mason Medical CenterCredits: 40 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ physiciansUpcoming date(s): TBDRegistration: https://www.legacyhealthevents.org/hyperbaric08 *Approved by UHMS for live-streaming format through 2020. CHT, CHRN Credits: Wound Care Education Partners is an approved provider of the Introductory Course in Hyperbaric Medicine through the National Board of Diving and Hyperbaric Medical Technology. In establishing the minimum content and duration of a UHMS Designated Introductory Course, the Education Committee considered the following items: A physician practicing hyperbaric medicine should be a fully licensed MD or DO who has been granted privileges in hyperbaric medicine by the medical staff of the hospital in which hyperbaric oxygen therapy is being performed. Attendance at this course is 1. Our in-person Introduction to Hyperbaric Medicine basic training course is approved by the Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society (UHMS) and the National Board of Diving and Hyperbaric Medical Technology (NBDHMT). The course cost remains at AUD$1,355 (ex GST) but may increase to AUD$2,600 (ex GST). Cost: AUD2,600 (inclusive of GST) for two weeks. *Approved by NBDHMT for live-streaming format from July 1, 2020-February 28, 2021 to continue to meet the standards for Introductory Training. Upcoming Dates:November 12-15, 2020December 3-6, 2020January 7-10, 2021All courses are live streaming through Physicians Unity/WOUND CARE UNIVERSITYTM (Call if interested in attending in person in San Antonio, Tx)  *Approved by UHMS for live-streaming format through July 2021 for physicians, nurses, nurse practitioners, physician’s assistants, clinical nurse specialists, respiratory therapists, physical therapists, EMTs, and paramedics. Please note that the NBDHMT also is now recognizing the live-stream format for CHT’s. UHMS approved introductory course training is expected to require a minimum of 40 hours of face-to-face hyperbaric medicine specific instruction, formal assessment upon completion, some element of practical chamber‑side instruction, and must be documented by a certificate of completion. A UHMS Designated Introductory Course in Hyperbaric Medicine is designed to introduce physicians, nurses and technicians to the theory and practice of hyperbaric medicine. To access the Member Only content, log in to your account. International ATMO – Conducted on-site per requestPaul Sheffield, Director, Credits: 40.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ / physicians, Email: education@hyperbaricmedicine.comPhone: +210-614-3688Website: www.hyperbaricmedicine.com, Principles of Hyperbaric MedicineUndersea Oxygen Clinic LLC- Tampa, FLContact: Joseph Dituri: joe@iantd.com / Ph: 202-642-3483                Mario Caruso: mariocaruso@verizon.net /Ph: 727-542-1959Location: Tampa, Florida or on-site hospitalsCredits: 40 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ physiciansWebsite: www.underseaoxygenclinic.com Upcoming Dates:2020:7-10 December2021: 1-4 February 5-8 April  7-10 June 2-5 August 4-7 October 7-10 December. Other joint providers are still approved as well and some are conducting courses with social distancing in a safe environment. This course will provide introductory background knowledge and skills in the practice of Hyperbaric Medicine. Dates: 15-26 February 2021 Venue: Hougoumont Hotel, Fremantle, Western Australia Cost: AUD2,600 (inclusive of GST) for two weeks. Basic medical skills on management of medical emergencies are outside the scope of a UHMS‑Designated Introductory Course in Hyperbaric Medicine, so physicians must either possess or acquire these skills apart from the Introductory Course. The Australian and New Zealand Hyperbaric Medicine Group 2021, Introductory Course in Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine, History of diving medicine and hyperbaric oxygen treatment, Physics and physiology of diving and compressed gases, Presentation, diagnosis and management of diving injuries, Accepted indications for hyperbaric oxygen treatment. The providers who are live-streaming their course are listed below to contact for more information. hyperbaric medicine and diving (mainly recreational) medicine, through consensus conferences and workshops. Our in-person Introduction to Hyperbaric Medicine basic training course is approved by the Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society (UHMS) and the National Board of Diving and Hyperbaric Medical Technology (NBDHMT). With that said, some joint providers have submitted for approval of live-streaming and have been approved to continue live-streaming through 2020. Microsoft Edge, Google Chrome, Safari, Firefox, any Chromium-based browser. Additional guidelines for training, credentialing and staffing can be found in the UHMS Guidelines for Hyperbaric Facility Operations. Copyright © 2020 Undersea & Hyperbaric Medical Society | All rights reserved. Date: Due to Covid travel restrictions we are planning on running a modified course (19–30 October 2020) for candidates in the NSW area. A UHMS‑Designated Introductory Course in Hyperbaric Medicine shall cover the following elements: Historical Considerations, Physics of Hyperbaric Exposure, Mechanisms of hyperbaric oxygen, Air Decompression Procedures, UHMS Accepted Indications: Their Scientific Basis and Treatment Protocols, Side Effects and Contraindications, Patient Assessment and Management, Hyperbaric Chamber Systems, Hyperbaric Safety and Emergency Procedures, Administrative/ Management Issues, Clinical and Technical Practicum and a final examination and evaluation.