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2015 AMSUS Annual Continuing Education Meeting Registration Rates

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$325 Federal Employee or Contractor $450
Non-Exhibiting Sustaining Member $325 Non-Federal Employee $700
Active Duty $450 Guest (non-CE eligible) $100


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The 2015 AMSUS Annual Meeting will take place in San Antonio, TX from December 1-4 at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center.  This year’s theme is Federal Health, the new normal.  This event is a collaborative educational meeting with something for everyone, including:

  • Plenary sessions from top leaders of federal health agencies. Speakers include:
    • Dr. Jonathan Woodson, Assistant Secretary of Defense for Health Affairs
    • Dr. David Shulkin, Under Secretary for Health for the Department of Veterans Affairs*
    • VADM Vivek Murthy, USPHS Surgeon General*
    • MG Nadja West, Joint Staff Medical Officer*
    • Additional Senior Officials*
    • Opening day address by ADM Bill McRaven, former Navy Seal, now Chancellor of University of Texas


  • Over 60 hours of CE/CME credits
    • 20+ available to the diligent onsite attendee
    • Additional credits available online

  • Five concurrent educational tracks
    • Clinical operations
    • Global health
    • Operations and logistics
    • Psychological health
    • Military Health System updating current MHS and DHA status

  • Additional attractions not to be missed
    • Annual Awards Dinner with presentations from AMSUS, MHS and VHA
    • Over 100 exhibitors
    • WOUND AND BURN CARE CENTERS with hands-on opportunities
    • Poster session with presenters from around the world
    • Unparalleled networking opportunities
      • Colleagues from other federal agencies
      • International military medical officers
    • Battlefield Acupuncture introductory course
    • And more under development