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The 12th Annual Scientific Meeting of the American Society of Emergency Radiology (ASER) will be held March 14- 17, 2001, at the Grand Hyatt, San Francisco, Calif. The educational elements of this program (scientific papers, focused ses- sions, and interactive workshops) are targeted for emergency radiologists, general radiologists, emergency physicians, trauma surgeons, and all who review radiologic examinations for the acutely ill performed in an emergency setting. A total of 25.75 hours of category 1 credit will be available. The fee for ASER members is $375; for residents and fellows, $225; and for nonmembers, $500.
For more information, contact ASER at 820 Jorie Blvd, Oak Brook, IL 60523; telephone: 630-368-3765; fax: 630-517- 7837; Web site: www.erad.org.
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