Approved Jointly Provided Courses

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Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society, Inc. ("UHMS”) is jointly providing the continuing medical education course ("CME Course”) outlined in these materials with each respective joint sponsor. The information provided in the materials and by the presenters during the CME Course is for general medical education purposes only ("Information”). UHMS does not warrant the completeness, accuracy, or usefulness of any approach, view, statement, opinion, advice or service provided through the CME Course. The Information is not warranted to be inclusive of all approaches to a medical issue or exclusive of other methods for obtaining the similar results, but rather the Information is an approach, view, statement, opinion, advice or service of the authors or presenters which may be helpful or of interest to attendees. The approaches, views, statements or opinions of the authors of the materials and the presenters of the Information are their own and do not represent those of UHMS, its affiliates or its employees. The Information is not meant to be a substitute for the independent professional judgment of a physician or other health care professional relative to diagnostic and treatment options for a specific patient’s medical condition. In no event shall UHMS, its affiliates or its employees be liable to any individual or any third party for any direct, indirect, special or consequential damages, personal injury or wrongful death resulting from the use of, or the inability to use the Information or as a result of errors or omissions in the Information or materials.

Approved Jointly Provided Educational Courses:

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Approved Co-Sponsored Courses:

(UHMS IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR MANAGING ANY CME ASPECTS OF THESE COURSES)

CO-SPONSORED COURSES: The UHMS is authorized to co-sponsor CME with other accredited entities. An organization that is already accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians may apply to the UHMS for co-sponsorship. The CME activity must comply with the ACCME three Essential Areas and their Elements. An Education Committee review must occur even though CME is provided by the other accredited entity. The accredited provider responsible for issuing CME certificates will be determined upon UHMS application approval.