Primary Care CME/CE in Irving, TX
Pri-Med Irving | Regional CME/CE Conference will return to the Irving Convention Center, Wednesday−Thursday, June 27−28, for two days of in-person learning. By attending Pri-Med Irving, you can earn up to 12.50 CME/CE credits, as well as interact with faculty in Q&A sessions designed to answer your more pressing questions.
We look forward to this primary care CME/CE conference, which features a brand-new curriculum developed in partnership with our medical advisory board.
11 Brand-New Courses
12 Expert Faculty
12.50 CME/CE Credits
Connect with the Primary Care Community in Irving
Participate in discussions on cognitive decline, dermatology, diagnostic challenges, orthopedics, pain management, psychiatry, and more.
Enjoy audience polling, dedicated time for networking, and live Q&A with expert clinician-educators.
Connect with local industry representatives who are committed to helping improve your practice in Industry Theaters and the Product Forum.
Explore culture, dining, entertainment, and shopping just outside of Dallas. Plus, access exclusive discounts on area hotels.
Early-bird rate expires on Friday, March 10$60.00
Advanced rates expires on Monday, June 26$65.00
Earn up to 12.50 CME/CE credits
Pri-Med Irving Conference Features
- Breakfast, coffee, and lunch included with your registration
- Free mobile app from which you can access the agenda, CME/CE evaluations, live polling, session slides, and more
- Dedicated networking time with industry representatives to get your questions answered, outside of your office
Hear Directly From Your Moderators
Clinicians attending Pri-Med conferences are really interested in practical takeaways for their patients. The ability to share something new is particularly rewarding to me. I feel fortunate to be able to help with this.
Ty J. Gluckman, MD, FACC, FAHA
Providence St. Joseph Health
I always learn from Pri-Med audience members’ experience, particularly regarding the practical application of complex concepts in patient care. And I feel that one of the most important roles that I play as moderator is to create a conversation around these best practices. The core messages that emerge from these conversations enrich all our practices.
Charles Vega, MD, FAAFP
UC Irvine School of Medicine