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FAQ

What is the 63rd Tri-State Consecutive Case Conference on Lung Disease?

Presented by the Southeast Thoracic Association, this conference is one of the country’s oldest and most highly-regarded post-graduate education programs of thoracic medicine and surgery. Attended by pulmonologists and thoracic surgeons, physician assistants and nurse practioners, the conference focuses on clinical topics in thoracic disease using the consecutive case conference format. Following a brief presentation of each case, the moderator leads an incisive discussion of patient management in light of both current literature and contemporary practice. In addition, our keynote speaker delivers a state-of-the-art lecture and serves as a consultant to the program.

How do I register?

You can register online by choosing the Register option above selecting either SETA Member or Non-Member.

How do I book a room at the Ponte Vedra Club & Inn?

Please click here to be directed to the room block for the 2018 Conference.

How do I receive continuing education credit?

You will receive credit hours based upon the sessions you attend and will be responsible for signing in each day. Once the conference is complete, you will receive notification of your credit approximately a month later. The University of Florida College of Medicine processes the CME’s.