Join your Palmer colleagues, family and friends for a six-night vacation in Costa Rica Feb. 20-26, 2015. Stay at one of the adjoining all-inclusive luxury RIU resorts—either the RIU Guanacaste Hotel or the brand-new RIU Palace Costa Rica Hotel. Excursions from Guanacaste allow you to visit volcanos, tropical forests, hot-springs and many other unique landscapes.
There will be up to 12 CE hours available for just $249, featuring Ian McLean, D.C., DACBR. He will present “Advancing Your Chiropractic Radiology Skills: A Case-Based Approach.” Four hours of Continuing Education has been scheduled on three mornings during the event.
For resort pricing, bookings and flights, contact Marie at KDM Travel: (800) 779-6614 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For CE registration, call the Continuing Education and Events Department at (800) 452-5032 or go online to www.palmer.edu/TravelEvent.
For general information, contact the Alumni Office at email@example.com or (800) 722-2586, ext. 3.
Speaker Biography and Course Description
Ian McLean, D.C., DACBR, a 1979 graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic, is a professor and the director of the chiropractic clinical residencies and related support services for the Palmer Chiropractic Clinics. He also is director of Clinical Radiology and coordinator of the Radiology Residency Program.
“Advancing Your Chiropractic Radiology Skills: A Case-Based Approach” centers on interesting and sometimes peculiar cases encountered in chiropractic practice. Imbedded in the presentation will be discussions on the changing imaging environment pertinent to chiropractic practice, including discussions on digital X-ray and imaging techniques.