Daniel Hernandez, a partner in Shutts & Bowen LLP’s Tampa office, will be a featured presenter during the Florida Psychiatric Society’s Spring 2021 CME Meeting and Expo on April 16-17, 2021, where he will discuss practical tips for avoiding disciplinary action in medicine.
Kicking off the virtual CME renewal event, Daniel will present his 1.5 hour credit session, titled “Keeping Your Medical License: A Practical Guide to Avoiding Disciplinary Action By the Florida Board of Medicine,” from 3:30 – 5 pm on April 16th. His presentation will outline the process followed by the Florida Board of Medicine to investigate and prosecute psychiatrists who commit licensure violations and provide insight that psychiatrists can use to avoid committing the most common forms of licensure violations.
In addition to offering required courses for renewal, the Meeting will also explore e-sports and meditation in psychodynamic therapy. The Florida Psychiatric Society is a professional organization for psychiatrists across the state, working to foster the science and progress of psychiatry and serve as an influence toward the maintenance of high professional, clinical, educational, research and administrative standards.
About Daniel Hernandez
Daniel Hernandez is a partner in the Tampa office of Shutts & Bowen LLP, where he practices general administrative law and is a member of the Corporate Practice Group. Daniel has focused his practice on assisting companies and individuals in their dealings and engagements with Florida administrative agencies, including the Florida Department of Health, the Florida Agency for Health Care Administration and the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation. He uses his strong connections with state agencies to assist clients with all types of licensing and permitting issues, from initial licensing or permitting to professional license defense. Prior to joining the firm, Daniel served as general counsel to the Florida Department of Health.