ASER 2015 Annual Scientific Meeting and Postgraduate Course

Emergency Radiology is a growing subspecialty and has become a popular topic for continuing medical education courses over the last several years. The Society’s goal is to maintain the annual ASER meeting as the premier CME course in Emergency Radiology. Attendee feedback from the ASER 2014 meeting in Portland, Oregon was extremely positive. Next year’s meeting in Key Biscayne, Florida will build on the successes of this year, and further expand the program’s offerings.

Miami is a vibrant, multifaceted city that boasts some of the world’s most natural beauty, with sparkling blue waters and sandy beaches. Whether it’s the art, parks, nightlife or shopping, Miami has something that’s bound to entertain all those who visit!

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A true destination resort, the Ritz Carlton Key Biscayne blends adventure and relaxation with its beautiful nature preserves, golden beaches and charming shopping villages. The hotel is straight out of Bermuda with its flower-laden landscaping and is just minutes from Miami, yet feels miles away from the urban pulse.

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Additional information will be posted as soon as it becomes available. If you would like to be added to the mailing list to receive information via email, please email us at aser@meetingmanagers.com

Program Information

COURSE OVERVIEW AND INTENDED AUDIENCE
The 2015 ASER Annual Meeting will provide a broad overview of current state-of-the-art imaging techniques to evaluate the acutely ill and injured patient. Educational sessions covering the latest advances and trends in emergency and trauma radiologic diagnosis and sessions presenting new and original scientific work are included. The meeting provides an opportunity to meet with international colleagues and discuss new and challenging aspects of emergency and trauma imaging.

The meeting will be of particular interest and importance to clinical radiologists, both in the community and academic centers, delivering emergency care. Subspecialists in emergency radiology, neuroradiology, musculoskeletal radiology, chest and abdominal radiology as well as radiology residents and fellows and emergency physicians at all levels of training will also find the educational and scientific material presented at the ASER meeting essential to their core and on-call knowledge base.

Hotel Accommodations

 

The Ritz Carlton
455 Grand Bay Dr
Key Biscayne, FL
(305) 365-4500

The Ritz Carlton Website

Booking Your Accommodations
Information regarding reserving your hotel accommodations will be posted in November 2014.


Bask on the calm golden sands of Key Biscayne, the only South Florida location to claim a spot on the coveted "America's Best Beaches" list by Dr. Stephen Leatherman. Cross the picturesque causeway to an island destination seemingly a world away. The Ritz-Carlton, Key Biscayne awaits your arrival with the perfect blend of relaxation, culture and adventure.

The Southern-most barrier island of the U.S., Key Biscayne, is a seven-mile stretch of paradise just east of the Miami mainland and south of Miami Beach. Key Biscayne is easily accessible, yet it maintains a quiet ease that distinguishes it from its louder neighboring communities with its beautiful nature preserves, shopping villages, pristine beaches and rich history.

The Ritz-Carlton, Key Biscayne hotel, near Crandon Marina, Crandon Park and Miami Seaquarium, is the only luxury hotel on the island and lies down the street from Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park. Other favorite Miami attractions, including Miami Metro Zoo, Jungle Island, Miami Museum of Science & Planetarium, and the renowned South Beach, are just a short drive away.

To find more information about nearby activities at or around this distinctive hotel, please see the Calendar of Events.

Special room rates have been negotiated for participants in the ASER Annual Meeting as indicated below:

$189.00 Single/Double Standard Room
(Applicable taxes, currently 13%)

Booking Your Hotel Accommodations
Information regarding reserving your hotel accommodations will be posted in November 2014.

Housing Deadline
The deadline for the ASER group hotel rate is Monday, August 24, 2015. Reservations made after the deadline will be taken on a space available basis and the ASER hotel rate cannot be guaranteed. It is possible that hotel rooms and/or specific categories may sell out prior to Monday,
August 24, 2015; therefore it is strongly recommended that you make your reservation as early as possible. Room rates are available three days prior and following actual meeting dates, subject to availability.

The American Society of Emergency Radiology strongly encourages you to book your overnight accommodations at the Ritz Carlton. By staying at the conference headquarters hotel, you help the society meet its contractual obligations with the hotel and maintain your current conference benefits, as well as keep future hotel guest room rates and registration fees reasonable.

Airline Transportation
Taxis, shuttle service and public transportation are all options for traveling to and from the hotel (fees will apply). Miami International Airport (MIA) is approximately 14.4 miles from the hotel. Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood International Airport (FLL) is approximately 35.1 miles from the hotel.

United Airlines is an official carrier for the conference. United offers discounts off published fares of 2% to 10% or zone fares. For fare and schedule information and to make your reservations, please visit www.united.com or call United Airlines Meetings at 1-800-426-1122. Refer to Z Code: ZSNR and Agreement Code: 966350. There will be a $25 service fee collected, per ticket, for all tickets issued through Meetings Reservations. The service fee is non-refundable and applies to all itineraries, one-way or roundtrip. To avoid a service fee and receive an additional 3% discount on published fares, book your reservations online at www.united.com. Enter your Z code and Agreement Code (without a space) in the offer code box: ZSNR966350.


About the ASER Annual Scientific Meeting...
The first annual meeting of the society was held in Boston in 1990. The Annual Scientific Meeting has proven to be the open forum for radiologists, emergency physicians, trauma surgeons, technologists, and others interested in providing innovative solutions in the emergency setting. More than two hundred professional registrants attend. The proceedings are published and CME credit is provided.

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