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2016 Conference Information
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Ocean City, Maryland  Annual Maryland Workers Compensation Educational Association Conference in Ocean City Maryland  September 18 - 21, 2016

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Program Highlights
Maryland Workers' Compensation Educational Association (MWCEA) Annual Conference spacer Unlike the current political campaigns with an inordinate amount of contention and divisiveness, we will offer you a program that illustrates the positions of all that have a role in our Workers' Compensation Community. You will hear the positions, views and concerns from defense and claimant counsel along with those from the employers, carriers, injured workers and the medical community as well as the Workers Compensation Commission.

In the spirit of all previous MWCEA conferences, we have planned a program focused on educating our attendees on all aspects of the workers compensation industry along with promoting the comradery between all of the factions that compose it.

The 2016 MWCEA conference will concentrate on all aspects of our profession from the often overlooked initial claims handling duties, which are many times integral to the overall outcome of a claim, to the complex issues involving psychiatric issues, opioids and ethics. It is our goal to provide learning opportunities to all of us in this industry no matter what field you are in or what your experience level is. Our programs will have diverse presenters that will provide thought-provoking insights on all of these topics.

In continuing with a new tradition from last year, we will have a reception meeting, one hour prior to the opening reception, exclusively for claims professionals and attorneys. This will provide the unique opportunity for interaction with all of the individuals from "both sides" in an atmosphere that is not as contentious and fast paced as our everyday duties.

And finally, as seen on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, let your light shine in the ballroom on Monday night as we present "Lip Sync Showdown MWCEA Style." You know the words; perhaps you have even done the performance in the privacy of your own home. And, you don't have to actually sing. So, bring on your awe inspiring lip sync performance by your favorite artist . . . YOU!!! The Deviations will bring down the house and round out our networking events on Tuesday night.

Make plans to attend today! We promise you will enjoy the 2016 Conference!

Keynote Speaker: George Washington

Portrayed by Dean Malissa, George Washington will offer some words of wisdom from a Founding Father on the world today. Widely admired for his strong leadership qualities, Washington was unanimously elected president in the first two national elections and his insight into our world today will be an interesting perspective. Dean Malissa has been a performer since childhood. After graduating with a degree in Communications, he entered the world of business for 25 years and now pursues a historical portrayal of George Washington. He is the official interpreter at George Washington’s Mount Vernon. He has portrayed General Washington in TV productions for PBS, The Discovery Channel, NBC, National Geographic Channel and the Showtime Network; appeared on CNN and in films. He married his high-school sweetheart and is blessed with two grown children.

Kids' Chance Run / Walk Fundraiser

Kids Chance of Maryland MWCEA Ocean City 1K Fundraiser
Thank you for joining us
Tuesday afternoon for a fun run/walk
on the beach, t-shirts, and prizes ~
all to support Kids' Chance of Maryland, Inc.TM

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