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2017

“The Rhinoplasty Society Annual Meeting 2017” (Hilton San Diego Bayfront – ASAPS/ACCME): 27 April 2017: 7 hours (with 1.0 hours of patient safety credit), Category I CME credits.

2016

The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, Inc.’s “The Aesthetic Meeting 2016” (Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino – Las Vegas, Nevada – ASAPS/ASERF/AMA/PRA): 02 April 2016 – 07 April 2016: 20.25 hours (with 8.0 hours of patient safety credit), Category I CME credits. (NOTE: Served as clinical faculty, giving 2 live injection sessions with associated teaching [1 – “Cosmetic Medicine 2016” / 2 – “Physician Extender Injector Competence Training—Level 2—Advanced/Combination Injection Techniques with Neurotoxins and the Array of FDA-Approved Dermal Filler”)

University of Texas – Southwestern Department of Plastic Surgery & the Office of Continuing Medical Education’s “33nd Annual Dallas Rhinoplasty Symposium” (Western Galleria – Dallas, Texas): 04 March 2016 – 06 March 2016: 25.5 hours (with 10 hours of patient safety credit), AMA/PRA Category I CME credits. (NOTE: Served as clinical laboratory faculty)

2015

NetCE’s “Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder” (Online: NetCE-Continuing Education – Accredited by ACCME): 31 December 2015: 15.0 hours, Category I AMA/PRA credits.

NetCE’s “Ischemic Stroke” (Online: NetCE-Continuing Education – Accredited by ACCME): 31 December 2015: 10.0 hours, Category I AMA/PRA credits.

NetCE’s “Medical Marijuana and Other Cannabinoids” (Online: NetCE-Continuing Education – Accredited by ACCME): 31 December 2015: 5.0 hours, Category I AMA/PRA credits.

University of Texas – Southwestern Department of Plastic Surgery & the Office of Continuing Medical Education’s “32nd Annual Dallas Rhinoplasty Symposium” (Western Galleria – Dallas, Texas): 06 March 2015 – 08 March 2015: 25.5 hours (with 10 hours of patient safety credit), AMA/PRA Category I CME credits. (NOTE: Served as clinical laboratory faculty)

2014

34th Aesthetic Surgery Symposium – “The Cutting Edge 2014 / Practical Surgical Techniques: Face and Body Sculpting” (The Waldorf Astoria Hotel – New York, New York – ASAPS): 04 December 2014 – 06 December 2014: 22.5 hours (with 2.5 hours of patient safety credit), AMA/PRA Category I CMEcredits.

The University of Nevada School of Medicine “OSHA for Healthcare” (The University of Nevada School of Medicine for Nevada State Board of Nursing – Accredited by ACCME): 03 September 2014: 1.5 hours, Category I AMA/PRA credits.

2014 –American Board of Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery’s “Re-Certification Examination (Oral & Written Examinations)” (Arlington, Virginia [15 June 2014]): 100.0 hours, AMA/PRA Category I credits. Re-Certification issued in 2014.

“Juvederm Voluma™ XC – Injection Training” (Online Training Sponsored by Allergan): 11 May 2014.

The American Society of Plastic Surgeons® (ASPS®) “2014 ASPS In-Service/Self-Assessment Examination” (Executive office in Arlington Heights, Illinois – ASPS/AMA): March-April, 2014: 30.0 hours (with 4 hours of patient safety credit), Category I CME credits.

2013

The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, Inc.’s “The Aesthetic Meeting 2013” (Jacob K. Javits Center – New York, New York – ASAPS/ASERF/AMA/PRA): 11 April 2013 – 16 April 2013: 48.5 hours (with 13.75 hours of patient safety credit), Category I CME credits.

The American Society of Plastic Surgeons® (ASPS®) “2013 ASPS In-Service/Self-Assessment Examination” (Executive office in Arlington Heights, Illinois – ASPS/AMA): March-April, 2013: 30.0 hours (with 4 hours of patient safety credit), Category I CME credits.

American Heart Association’s “Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS) Program” (National EMS [Emergency Medical Service]
Academy; Henderson, Nevada): 20 February 2013: Certified.

American Heart Association’s “Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers (CPR and AED) Program” (National EMS [Emergency Medical Service] Academy; Henderson, Nevada): 20 February 2013: Certified.

2012

Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital’s 32nd Annual Symposium – “The Cutting Edge Aesthetic Surgery Symposium 2012” (The Waldorf Astoria Hotel – New York, New York – ASAPS): 29 November – 01 December 2012: 27 hours (with 3 hours of patient safety credit), AMA/PRA Category I CME credits.

The American Society of Plastic Surgeons® (ASPS®) “2012 ASPS In-Service/Self-Assessment Examination” (Executive office in Arlington Heights, Illinois – ASPS/AMA): March 2012: 30.0 hours (with 4 hours of patient safety credit), Category I CME credits.

2011

Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital’s 31st Annual Symposium – “The Cutting Edge Aesthetic Surgery Symposium 2011” (The Waldorf Astoria Hotel – New York, New York – ASAPS): 01 December 2011 – 03 December 2011: 23 hours (with 3 hours of patient safety credit), AMA/PRA Category I CME credits.

“Oculoplastic Surgery for the Plastic Surgeons” (Maintenance of Certification Test: American Board of Plastic Surgery): 16 June 2011: 1.0 hour (with 0.5 hours of patient safety credit), AMA/PRA Category 1 credits.

“Medical Ethics Today: A CME Update” (The University of Oklahoma College of Medicine): 05 June 2011: 2.0 hours, AMA/PRA Category 1 credits.

The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery’s “2011 Annual Meeting” (Massachusetts Convention Center – Boston, Massachusetts – ASAPS/AMA/PRA): 06 May 2011 – 11 May 2011: 23 hours (with 8.0 hours of patient safety credit), Category I CME credits.

The American Society of Plastic Surgeons® (ASPS®) “2011 ASPS In-Service/Self-Assessment Examination” (Executive office in Arlington Heights, Illinois – ASPS/AMA): March 2011: 30.0 hours (with 4 hours of patient safety credit), Category I CME credits.

2010

Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital’s “30th Annual Symposium – The Cutting Edge: Facial Rejuvenation 2010 Aesthetic Surgery Symposium” (The Grand Hyatt Hotel – New York, New York – MEETH/AMA): 02 December 2010 – 04 December 2010: 20.5 hours (with 3 hours of patient safety credit), Category I CME credits.

2010 –American Board of Plastic Surgery’s “Re-Certification Examination” (St. George, Utah [24 April 2010]): Notified of passage on 23 June 2010: 60.0 hours, AMA/PRA Category 1 credits. Re-Certification issued on 01 December 2010. (AMA Certificate issued on 07 June 2011.)

Medic First Aid Training Programs’ “Basic CPR and First Aid for Adults” (Henderson, Nevada): 17 July 2010: Certified.

2009

“Cynosure®: Comprehensive Training Workshop – utilizing Cynosure Laser Systems” (Las Vegas, Nevada): 27 August 2009.

Multi-Specialty Foundation for Aesthetic Surgical Excellence’s “5th Annual Facial Cosmetic Surgery 2009” (The Bellagio – Las Vegas, Nevada): 03 June 2009 – 07 June 2009: 47.0 hours (with 11 hours of patient safety credit), AMA PRA Category I CME credits.

“Cynosure®: Comprehensive Training Workshop – utilizing Cynosure Laser Systems” (The Capital Grille – Las Vegas, NV.): 30 April 2009.

American Heart Association’s “Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support Program” (Henderson, Nevada): 14 March 2009: Certified.

2008

“Cynosure®: Comprehensive Training Workshop – utilizing Cynosure Laser Systems” (Wynn Resort – Las Vegas, Nevada): 12 December 2008.

Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital’s “29th Annual Symposium – Advances in Aesthetic Plastic Surgery: The Cutting Edge VII” (The Hilton Hotel – New York, New York – MEETH/AMA): 13 November 2008 – 17 November 2008: 40.0 hours (with 3.5 hours of patient safety credit), Category I CME credits.

“Changing Paradigms in Reconstruction of the Posterior Maxilla” (Union League Club – New York, New York – The New York Academy of Dentistry / ADA CERP): 13 November 2008: 01.0 hours, American Dental Association – Continuing Education Recognition Program.

Elsevier Office of Continuing Medical Education’s “International Esthetics, Cosmetics & Spa Conference” (Las Vegas Convention Center – Las Vegas, Nevada): 28 June 2008 – 29 June 2008: 11.0 hours, AMA PRA Category I CME credits.

Multi-Specialty Foundation for Aesthetic Surgical Excellence’s “Facial Cosmetic Surgery 2008” (The Bellagio – Las Vegas, Nevada): 18 June 2008 – 22 June 2008: 46.5 hours, AMA PRA Category I CME credits.

“The AestheticShow™ – 2008” (Mandalay Bay Resort – Las Vegas, Nevada): 30 May 2008 – 01 June 2008: 17.0 hours, AMA PRA Category I CME credits.

Advances in Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery’s “2008 – Fifteenth Annual Conference” (Green Valley Ranch – Henderson, Nevada): 12 March 2008 – 15 March 2008: 15.75 hours, AMA PRA Category I CME credits.

2007

“Cynosure®: Comprehensive Training Program – utilizing Cynosure’s SmartLipo and Laser Lipolysis Systems” (Las Vegas, Nevada): 22 October 2007.

The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery’s “2007 Annual Meeting” (Jacob Javits Center – New York, New York – ASAPS/AMA): 19 April – 24 April 2007: 40.5 hours, Category I CME credits (with 12 hours of patient safety credit).

2005

Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital’s “Aesthetic Surgery of the Aging Face” (Waldorf-Astoria –New York, New York – MEETH/AMA): 17 November 1999 – 19 November 1999: 24.0 hours, Category I CME credits.

Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital’s “Fillers, Injectibles and Lasers for Facial Rejuvenation” (Waldorf-Astoria –New York, New York – MEETH/AMA): 16 November 2005: 08.0 hours, Category I CME credits.

“14th International Symposium on Cosmetic and Laser Surgery” (The International Society of Cosmetic and Laser Surgeons, Inc. – Las Vegas, Nevada): 29 September 2005 – 2 October 2005: 15.5 hours, American Academy of Dermatology Category I CME credits.

“Facial Cosmetic Surgery 2005: A Multi-Specialty Symposium” (Las Vegas, Nevada – Medical Education Resources, Inc.): 15 June 2005 – 19 June 2005:37.0 hours, Category I CME credits.

Southern Nevada Area Health Education Center’s “Weapons of Mass Destruction: The Health Care Professional’s Role in Nevada’s Preparation and Response” (Las Vegas, Nevada): 13 June 2005: 04.0 hours, Category I CME credits.

2004

Multi-Specialty Foundation for Facial Aesthetic Excellence: Facial Cosmetic Surgery’s “2004 – A Multi-Specialty Symposium” (Las Vegas, Nevada – MSF for FASE): 21 June 2004 – 23 June 2004: 29.0 hours, Category I CME credits.

The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery’s “Rejuvenation Medicine: Take Charge of Aging Symposium” (New York, New York – PSEF / ASAPS): 21 May 2004 – 23 May 2004: 21.5 hours, Category I CME credits.

The University of Texas Southwestern’s “Innovations in Facial Contouring: The Role of Revolutionary New Fillers and Botulinum Toxin Type A” (The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center – Dallas, Texas): 27 March 2004: 06.0 hours, Category I CME credits.

“Medical Ethics: Crisis Management in Obstructive Sleep Apnea” (Sunrise Hospital and Medical Center – Las Vegas, Nevada): 03 March 2004: 02.0 hours, Category I CME credits.

2003

The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery’s “2003 Annual Meeting – Revolutions in Cosmetic Surgery: Blending Beauty And Technology” (Boston, Massachusetts – ASAPS/AMA): 15 May 2003 – 21 May 2003: 41.0 hours, Category I CME credits.

American Society of Plastic Surgeons’ “CME Self-Assessment Examination” (111-1A Issue of the Journal of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery): 07 April 2003: 01.0 hours, Category I CME credits.

2002

Cedars-Sinai Medical Center’s “Physician Order Entry Training” (PCX / Online Training and Test Verification): 13 August 2002: 03.0 hours, Category I CME credits.

The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery’s “2002 Annual Meeting – The Pursuit of Excellence and Precision in Cosmetic Surgery” (Las Vegas, Nevada – ASAPS/AMA): 27 April 2002 – 03 May 2002: 27.5 hours, Category I CME credits.

Plastic Surgery Educational Foundation’s “2002 ASPS In-Service Examination” (Executive office in Arlington Heights, Illinois – ASPS/AMA): March 2002:30.0 hours, Category I CME credits.

“Safety and Health in the Workplace” (Las Vegas, Nevada – Compliance Alliance, LLC): 10 January 2002: 02.0 hours, Continuing Education Course.

2001

American Heart Association’s “Basic Life Support / CPR / AED Program and Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support Program” (Western Region – San Bernardino, California): 07 September 2001: Certified.

“8th Annual Southwestern Plastic Surgery Alumni Association Meeting and Surgical Symposium at UT Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas” (Dallas – UT Southwestern Medical Center/AMA): 21 June 2001 – 23 June 2001: 12.5 hours, Category I CME credits.

The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery’s “2001 Annual Meeting” (New York, New York – ASAPS/AMA): 03 May 2001 – 09 May 2001: 29.0 hours, Category I CME credits.

“The 18th Annual Bernard G. Sarnat, M.D. Cedars-Sinai Plastic Surgery Day” (Los Angeles, California – ACCME): 21 April 2001: 06.0 hours, Category I CME credits.

2000

2000 –American Board of Plastic Surgery’s “Oral Board Examination” (Houston, Texas [07 – 09 September 2000]): Board Certification conferred on 09 September 2000: 25.0 hours, Continuing Education: Certified.

Stanford University’s “Plastic Surgery Review Course” (Palo Alto, California): 14 August 2000 – 18 August 2000: 42.5 hours, Continuing Education Course.

1999

Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital’s “Giants in Aesthetic Plastic Surgery & Aesthetic Surgery of the Aging Face Symposium” (New York, New York – MEETH/AMA): 17 November 1999 – 20 November 1999: 28.0 hours, Category I CME credits.

The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery’s “Refinements in Hair Transplantation – Micrograft and Mingraft Mega-session” (Santa Fe, New Mexico – ASPS/ACCME): 28 August 1999: 03.0 hours, Category I CME credits.

The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery’s “Breast Surgery and Body Contouring – Current Alternative Symposium” (Santa Fe, New Mexico – ASPS/ACCME): 26 August 1999 – 28 August 1999: 17.0 hours, Category I CME credits.

1998

Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital’s “Advances in Aesthetic Plastic Surgery: The Cutting Edge II Symposium” (New York, New York –
MEETH/AMA): 09 November 1998 – 13 November 1998: 39.0 hours, Category I CME credits.

New York State Department of Health & State Education Department’s “Course Work in Infection Control & Barrier Precautions”: 23 June
1998.

The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery’s “Global Summit on Aesthetic Surgery” (Los Angeles, California – ASAPS/AMA): May 1998:
31.0 hours, Category I CME credits.

“The Thirty-Second Annual Baker Gordon Symposium on Cosmetic Surgery” (Miami, Florida – ASPS/ACCME):
05 February 1998 – 07 February 1998: 22.0 hours, Category I CME credits.

1997

Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital’s “Aesthetic and Reconstructive Rhinoplasty Symposium” (New York, New York – MEETH/AMA): 20
November 1997 – 22 November 1997: 21.0 hours, Category I CME credits.

Medical Liability Mutual Insurance Company’s “Voluntary Attending Physician’s Conference” (New York, New York – MSSNY/AMA): 17
November 1997: 03.0 hours, Category I CME credits.

Plastic Surgery Educational Foundation’s “Core Curriculum Course in Plastic Surgery” (Chicago, Illinois – ASPS/ACCME): 22 October 1997 –
26 October 1997: 30.0 hours, Category I CME credits.

DMEF’s “New Challenges in Antibiotic Therapy” (New York, New York – DMEF/AMA): 18 September 1997: 1.0 hour, Category I CME credits.

Medical Liability Mutual Insurance Company’s “Voluntary Attending Physician’s Conference” (New York, New York – MSSNY/AMA): 29 April
1997: 03.0 hours, Category I CME credits.

1996

Plastic Surgery Educational Foundation’s “Breast Surgery in the 90’s Symposium” (Santa Fe, New Mexico – ASPS/ACCME): 21 August 1996 –
24 August 1996: 17.0 hours, Category I CME credits.

American Heart Association’s “Basic Cardiac Life Support” (Dallas, Texas): 09 July 1996: Certified.

Plastic Surgery Educational Foundation’s “Cutaneous Laser Surgery Symposium” (Dallas, Texas – ASPS/ACCME): 14 June 1996 – 16 June
1996: 15.0 hours, Category I CME credits.

University of Texas Southwestern’s “13th Annual Dallas Rhinoplasty Symposium” (Dallas, Texas – UTSW/AMA):
02 March 1996 – 04 March 1996: 14.0 hours, Category I CME credits.

1995

University of Texas Southwestern’s “Endoscopic-Assisted Aesthetic Plastic Surgery” (Dallas, Texas – UTSW/AMA): 02 December 1995 – 03
December 1995: 12.0 hours, Category I CME credits.

American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Inc.’s “64th Annual Scientific Meeting – Face to Face with the Future” (Montreal,
Quebec, Canada – ASPS/PSEF/ASMS): 07 October 1995 – 11 October 1995: ~30.0+ hours, Category I CME credits.

University of Texas Southwestern’s “CO2 Laser Resurfacing” (Dallas, Texas – UTSW/AMA): 20 August 1995: 07.0 hours, Category I CME
credits.

University of Texas Southwestern’s “Endoscopic-Assisted Aesthetic Plastic Surgery” (Dallas, Texas – UTSW/AMA): 18 August 1995 – 19 August
1995: 06.0 hours, Category I CME credits.

American Society of Maxillofacial Surgery’s “Basic Maxillofacial Principles and Techniques Course” (Dallas, Texas – ASMS/AMA): 10 August
1995 – 12 August 1995: 25.0 hours, Category I CME credits.

University of Texas Southwestern’s “Cutaneous Laser Surgery – Cosmetic and Reconstructive Applications” (Dallas, Texas – UTSW/AMA): 5
May 1995 – 07 May 1995: 15.0 hours, Category I CME credits.

University of Texas Southwestern’s “Endoscopic-Assisted Plastic Surgery – Role in Aesthetic Surgery” (Dallas, Texas – UTSW/AMA): 10 March
1995 – 12 March 1995: 11.0 hours, Category I CME credits.

1993

“Sixth International Symposium of Facial Plastic Surgery” (San Francisco, California – Educational and Research Foundation for American
Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery): 16 June 1993 – 20 June 1993: 26.0 hours, Category I CME credit toward AMA’s
Physician Recognition Award.

New Jersey Academy of Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery’s “Tenth Annual Symposium on Facial Plastic Surgery”
(Robert Wood Johnson Medical School [UMDNJ] – New Brunswick, New Jersey): 24 March 1993: 08.0 hours, Category II CME credit for the
AMA’s Physician Recognition Award.

1993 – American Board of Otolaryngology – Head & Neck Surgery’s “Oral Board Examination” (Chicago, Illinois [31 March 1993]): Board
Certification conferred on 31 March 1993: 25.0 hours, Continuing Education: Certified.

The Osler Institute’s “The Otolaryngology Review Course” (Chicago, Illinois): 28 February 1993 – 06 March 1993: 68.0 hours of lectures and
case reviews.

The American Laryngological, Rhinological and Otological Society, Inc. aka The Triological Society’s “Eastern Section Meeting” (The Grand
Hyatt – New York, New York): 28 January 1993 – 30 January 1993: 11.0 hours, Category I CME credit toward AMA’s Physician Recognition
Award.

1992

Manhattan Eye, Ear & Throat Hospital – Department of Otolaryngology, Head & Neck Surgery’s “Functional Endoscopic Sinus Surgery
Course” (New York, New York): 06 November 1992 – 07 November 1992: 16.0 hours, Continuing Education: Certified.

The Osler Institute’s “The Otolaryngology Review Course” (Chicago, Illinois): 13 September 1992 – 18 September 1992: 68.0 hours of lectures
and case reviews.

American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery’s “Western Regional Meeting” (The Beverly Hilton – Los Angeles, California):
30 January 1992 – 01 February 1992: 09.5 hours, Category I CME credit toward AMA’s Physician Recognition Award. (N.B.: JJM also lectured
as an invited speaker at said meeting.)

1991

American Heart Association’s “Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support Program” (Barnes Hospital – St. Louis, Missouri): 08 May 1991:
Certified.

American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery’s “Midwestern Regional Meeting” (Cincinnati, Ohio): 17 January 1991 – 19
January 1991: 07.5 hours, Category I CME credit toward AMA’s Physician Recognition Award.

1990

The American Academy of Otolaryngic Allergy Foundation, Inc.’s “Basic Course in Otolaryngic Allergy” (The Pointe Resort at Tapatio Cliffs –
Phoenix, Arizona): 06 November 1990 – 11 November 1990: 30.0 hours, Category I CME credit toward AMA’s Physician Recognition Award.

American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery’s “Advanced Rhinoplasty Meeting” (Portland, Oregon): 01 August 1990 – 05
August 1990: 36.0 hours, Category I CME credit toward AMA’s Physician Recognition Award.

American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery’s “Basic Rhinoplasty Meeting” (Portland, Oregon): 30 July 1990 – 31 July
1990: 16.0 hours, Category I CME credit toward AMA’s Physician Recognition Award.

1989

The Dallas Foundation of Otology and the Texas Medical Association’s “The Surgical Anatomy and Techniques of the Temporal Bone Course”
(Dallas, Texas): 29 January 1989 – 05 February 1989: 46.0 hours, Category I CME credit toward AMA’s Physician Recognition Award.

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