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Disclaimer and other information
Refund Policy and Disclaimer . .
Dr. Travel Seminars, LLC reserves the right to cancel
any course, limit enrollment, modify the announced course content, or change the
location, time, date and faculty of any course as may be deemed necessary or
advisable. Outside vendors (Cruise Ship Companies, Excursion operators,
etc.) may also change itinerary as per their disclaimers; this is beyond the
control of Dr. Travel Seminars, LLC. Rates may reflect limited time
promotions, which may be withdrawn at any time without notification. Not
responsible for any errors or omissions. Dr. Travel Seminars, LLC has the right
to correct any such errors/omissions, or to make any other changes that it deems
necessary, without notice.
Cruise: Cancellation Policies:
TBA (we are over 1 1/2 years ahead of the trips, thus, the
Cruise lines have not announced their policies yet. At this time, the cruise
lines are announcing policies that refer to 2021 trips for the most part.
We will publish these as soon as they are available to
us. You may also want to contact us by to see if we have any updated
AGD Provider # 217949
Dr. Travel Seminars, LLC is designated as an Approved
PACE Program Provider by the Academy of General Dentistry. The formal continuing
dental education programs of this program provider are accepted by AGD for
Fellowship/Mastership and membership maintenance credit. Approval does not imply
acceptance by a state or provincial board of dentistry or AGD endorsement. The
current term of approval extends from 6/1/17 to 5/31/23.
Attending continuing education courses offered by Dr.
TRAVEL SEMINARS, LLC does not necessarily qualify you to integrate new
techniques or procedures into your practice. Course participants should
rely on their judgment regarding their clinical expertise and seek further
education when necessary before implementing any new procedure.
Please note, as of 6 months prior to embarkation, there is a $100 non-refundable seminar
fee. As of two weeks prior to departure seminar fees are
All Programs Are in Partnership With the New Jersey Society of Optometric
Dr. Travel, LLC is an approved COPE provide.
Conference sessions generally take place during the
days at sea, as cruise itinerary allows, avoiding conflicts with ports-of-call
or evening entertainment.
All courses are designed for the general practitioner
as well as for all specialties. Hygienists and staff are welcome. Students may
deduct 50% off on seminar fees.
All courses are offered by means of lecture.
Dr. Travel Seminars, LLC
* Some Cancellation Policies may be trip-specific; please refer to individual
Vacation Pages for more details that may apply.
qualify for MAGD/FAGD credit.
Travel Seminars, LLC. has an obligation to disseminate new knowledge related to dental
practice. In so doing, some presentations may include controversial materials or
Attending continuing education courses offered
by Dr. TRAVEL SEMINARS, LLC does not necessarily qualify you to integrate new techniques
or procedures into your practice. Course
participants should rely on their judgment regarding their clinical expertise
and seek further education when necessary before implementing any new procedure.
Courses offered and/or sponsored in conjunction with other organizations
or commercial interests do not necessarily imply endorsement of a particular
philosophy, procedure or product of said organization, nor of Dr. TRAVEL
AGD: Program provider approval: Approval by the AGD does not imply
endorsement of course content, products or therapies presented,
nor does this approval imply that a state or provincial board of dentistry will accept courses. Approved program providers are
expected to comply with all relevant state and federal laws. Continuing education offered by approved program providers will
be accepted by the AGD for Fellowship/Mastership credit. Dr. Travel Seminars, LLC is an
AGD Pace approved provider.
Some courses may be acceptable for CE credits in other professional
disciplines. Please inquire with the appropriate governing body.
DANB: Except for Home Study Courses, CDE
does not need to be pre-approved by DANB in order to be
accepted as meeting DANB Recertification requirements. However, CDAs need to be
aware of non-clinical courses because they can only count 3 CDE hours
annually under category 3.
Dr. TRAVEL SEMINARS, LLC is an approved COPE Provider
Dr. TRAVEL SEMINARS, LLC is associated
with the NJPMS an approved CPME Provider
Dr. Travel Seminars, LLC Sponsored Tours & Transfers
Terms & Conditions
Dr. Travel Seminars, LLC (Dr. Travel) makes arrangements for Guests for shore excursions
and transfers solely for the convenience of the Guest; Dr. Travel does not act
on behalf of or supervise the parties or persons who own, furnish, or operate
such excursions or transfers, and the same are provided by independent
contractors. Dr. Travel assumes no responsibility for, nor guarantees the
performance of, any such excursion or transfer provider, and Guests acknowledge
that Dr. Travel shall not be liable for losses or injuries arising from the acts
or omissions of such provider. The order of sights visited, and or the
individual sights themselves, can be altered at the discretion of the provider
due to, but not limited to, local traffic conditions, weather, time constraints,
or any other reason the provider deems prudent. All tours and transfers are
nonrefundable upon final payment. Dr. Travel recommends the purchase of Travel
Insurance and is available to assist you in that important transaction.
On effective dates below, all travelers to or from the
Americas, the Caribbean and Bermuda will be required to have a
passport or other document that establishes the bearer’s
identity and nationality to enter or re-enter the United
Effective January 23, 2007, all U.S. citizens traveling
by air to and from Bermuda and the Caribbean are
required to have a valid passport to enter the United
- As early as January
1, 2008, U.S. citizens traveling between the United
States and Bermuda/Caribbean by land or sea
(including ferries), may be required to
valid U.S. passport or other documents as determined by the
Department of Homeland Security.
Please check Passport requirements for the most up to date regulations.
Due to the constant changes in the airline industry, we suggest that you check
with the individual carrier for their rules.
The IRS may allow an income tax deduction for
continuing education course expenses when course content is designed to maintain
or improve skills required for an individual's business.
Deduction expenses include registration fees, cost of travel, meals and
lodging. Please consult your accountant for specific information regarding tax
Content of web pages: Some pictures are used to resemble
the theme of our destinations and may not in fact represent the actual entity.
Ship facts and pictures are usually taken from the Company's web site. Occasionally, alternative non-company sites are used for gathering this
information. We can not be responsible for their errors. Deck plans are
occasionally modified by the cruise line - we can not be responsible for such
occurrences, but do try to keep our website current.
TIPS: Before you leave on your trip:
Things to do before you travel.
Adapted from 12 TRAVEL RESOLUTIONS
Duplicate Important Records: store
passport info, Bank accounts, credit card numbers and other important
travel information at an encrypted on-line storage site.
Or, leave copy with trusted family member or friend back home.
Buy Travel Medical Insurance – after
you figure out how much you already have.. Since most health-care plans
don’t cover emergency medical evacuation or even basic medical
coverage overseas, it’s a good idea to purchase a travel health
policy. Usually purchased on a per-trip basis, also available on annual
basis. Also, if you are
already covered for medical concerns, then consider coverage for
emergency evacuation. Ex. medjetassist will fly you to any hospital in
Check your insurance providers for
Rental-Car coverage policies.. Do you really need to purchase $40
per day in insurance every time you rent a car? Get to the bottom of
this by reviewing your policies at home.
Also check your health, auto, and homeowner’s
policies w/ regard to medical and belongings.. Are you covered in the US
only or abroad too? Call ahead to the rental agency in the countries you
are visiting to find out what the minimum ins. requirements are. Bring
proof of coverage with you.
Study your Frequent-Flier mileage programs
a – and your statements. [and how you use your credit cards]
Keep medical records close at hand.
There are some websites where you can make a profile (encrypted), or you can put info on a ‘flash-drive’/USB/chip device, w/ info including
EKGs, allergies, contact info, etc.
And of course, you can/should keep info on your person/wallet.
Designate someone to deal with emergencies
at home. Not just break-ins, but floods, electrical problems, etc.
[can also water the plants]
Secure your luggage with an ‘approved’ lock. www.travelsentry.org
offers a combination lock that can be opened only by you and a TSA
screener– Transportation Security Administration.
Check your passport for blank pages.
As of date of this article, the State Department will add 24 extra pages
at no charge via a download (www.travel.state.gov)
877 487 2778
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