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Medical and Dental Symposium at Sea. Circle Japan Cruise with Summer Festivals.

Start Date:
Thursday, 4 August, 2016
End Date:
Monday, 15 August, 2016
Internal Medicine, Emergency Medicine, Family Practice, Physical Medicine, General Surgery, Geriatrics

Medical and Dental Symposium at Sea. Circle Japan Cruise with Summer Festivals.August 4-15, 2016. CME/CE Lecture Seminars for Medical, Dental, Nursing and Allied Healthcare ProfessionalsPlanned for up to 18 Continuing Education Credit HoursCME/CE credits and possible tax deductible benefits for Physicians, Dentists, NursesCertificates of Attendance will be provided for all other healthcare related professionals The treatment and prevention of chronic diseases in the US are challenges that healthcare practitioners face every day, especially now, when these types of diseases are increasing worldwide.

In addition, healthcare providers also face the need of adapting best practice models in the context of emerging healthcare reforms that impact patient care delivery and the access to care. This cruise will give you the opportunity of exploring these challenges and enhancing healthcare delivery models while you also travel around Japan, country that has been ranked number one in the world with the highest life expectancy and the highest healthy life expectancy.

Japan has a free access healthcare system that also offers a universal health insurance coverage that includes all Japanese citizens on the national health insurance, workplace-based health insurance or government managed health insurance system. This unique itinerary will also allow you to exchange and learn best practices to prevent and control disease in a cross-cultural environment while appreciating an ancient tradition and postmodern culture, hoping for a good harvest on the Akita festival and much more.

Planned In-Country Healthcare Topics Include: · National Healthcare Delivery Systems: Medical & Dental · Emerging Healthcare Issues: Changing Demographics & Chronic Disease Patterns · Cross-Cultural Competency & Healing: Strategies and Traditional Approaches · Non-Communicable Diseases: Prevention & Treatment· Emergency Healthcare Delivery: Tsunami, Earthquake, Nuclear & Beyond PES MISSION STATEMENTTo provide quality global continuing education programs for medical and allied healthcare professionals, catalyzing opportunities for collaboration with national and international colleagues, while fostering cross-cultural perspectives and partnerships in healthcare education and the delivery of quality patient care.EDUCATIONAL GOALS· Assure that medical education programs provide best practice models reflecting current issues in medicine and healthcare for providing quality patient care.· Provide professional educational exchanges with international colleagues, medical educational organizations and clinics to gain cross-cultural perspectives and updates in the treatment and prevention of disease.· Allow medical/healthcare professionals to compare and contrast current best practices in medical/healthcare delivery to provide quality patient outcomes in their own professional setting TRIP DETAILS:Departs: August 4, 2016.

Tokyo, Japan (TYO)Ends: August 15, 2016. Tokyo, Japan (TYO) CRUISE HIGHLIGHTS:Tokyo: A paradoxical mix of ancient tradition and postmodern culture Akita: Kanto Festival, pole lantern festivalAomori: Nebuta Festival, participants illuminate giant paper representations of samurai warriors, animals and popular cartoon charactersSakaiminato: A small fishing port wedged between sea, sky, and mountainsBusan: Where Modern high-rise towers dwarf ancient Buddhist templesKochi: Yosakoi Festival, traditional summer dance of yosakoiTokushima: Awa Dance Festival, "Fool's Dance" dating back over 400 years ITINERARY:August 4-15, 2016 DATE - PORTAug 4 - Tokyo (Yokohama), JapanAug 5 - At sea Aug 6 - Akita, Japan (Kanto Festival)Aug 7 - Aomori, Japan (Nebuta Festival)Aug 8 - At seaAug 9 - Skaiminato, JapanAug 10 - Busan, South KoreaAug 11 - Kanmon Straits, Japan (Scenic Cruising)Aug 12 - Kochi, Japan (Yosakoi Festival)Aug 13 - Tokushima, Japan (Awa Dance Festival)Aug 14 - At seaAug 15 - Tokyo (Yokohama), Japan STATEROOM AND PRICING: Diamond Princess:As one of only two Princess Cruises cruise ships built in Japan, it's not surprising this exotic gem can often be found sailing to the most intriguing vacation destinations abroad.

Great-tasting cuisine can be found throughout the cruise ship, including at our popular Italian restaurant, Sabatini's, where freshly prepared pasta creations reign supreme. In the elegant dining rooms, you'll find sommeliers to help you enhance your meal with paired wines. Poolside, our hand-tossed pizza is always served to you just out of the oven. And, as an added bonus, both Movies Under the Stars and The Sanctuary, a tranquil haven exclusively for adults, have recently been added to Diamond Princess!? Inside Stateroom | ID: Price from $2,099Ocean View Stateroom | OC: Price from $2,499Balcony Stateroom | BB: Price from $3,079Mini Suite | MB : $4,034 CRUISE FARES:All prices are per person based on double occupancy Pricing can be provided as 2-for-1 cruise fares upon requestFares do not include cruise port, security and handling charges of $95 per person Please call for pricing for all other categories and for 3rd & 4th person pricingSingle Occupancy is 200% of cruise fair and capacity controlled by Princess CruisesAll seminar activities are lecturesPROGRAM COSTS:PES SEMINAR FEES:CME/CE Professional Seminar Fee: $695 per personSeminar Attendance Fee: $450 per person REQUIRED DEPOSITS:Cruise: $500 per personSeminars: $200 per personFINAL PAYMENT: May 13, 2016EXTEND YOUR STAY!Immerse yourself in Japanese culture for 3 nights in Kyoto and 1 night in Tokyo! Discover ancient Kyoto with its traditional temples and shrines, then travel via "the bullet train" to modern Tokyo with the Optional Pre-Cruise: Kyoto & Tokyo Package I July 31 - 4, 2016: $1,995 Per Person Based on Double Occupancy.

CANCELLATION POLICY AND SCHEDULE:From time of deposit until May 12, 2016 - $200 per person administration feeFrom May 13, 2016 to June 7, 2016 - 20% loss of total packageFrom June 8, 2016 to July 3, 2016 - 50% loss of total packageFrom July 4, 2016 to departure - 100% loss of total packageAirfare and PES booking fees are non-refundable once ticketed. All cancellations must be made in writing to PES. All cancellation must be made in writing to PES. Any payment to Global Tracks and Princess Cruises constitutes your acceptance of the terms and conditions set out herein, including but not limited to the Cancellation terms.



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Conference organized by Professional Education Society

Our mission is to provide unparalleled CE travel opportunities for healthcare professionals that combine their most passionate destination desires with their educational goals, fostering exceptional learning experiences, friendships and connections with national and international colleagues.We design exclusive customized CME/CE travel programs for medical, dental, nursing and allied healthcare professionals utilizing expert in-country and distinguished PES Faculty.

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