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Our World Underwater 2019
> Don't miss DAN at the 2019 Our World Underwater Dive and Travel Show in Chicago! This weekend-long expo showcases the latest in dive equipment and travel. Learn how DAN is working to make the world a safer place to dive, and find out about the latest DAN programs and products. Discover how you can get the most out of your DAN membership.
>Visit Booth 61/62 and talk with the experts about:
>• DAN Membership and Insurance Benefits
>• The DAN Pro Program and Business Membership
>• Safety Products
>• DAN Travel Insurance
>• Seminars and Training Updates
>**Present your DAN membership card at the door to receive $5 off admission.***When:* February 16 and 17
>Where: The Chicago Marriott O'Hare Hotel, Booth 61/62
>Don't Leave Your Liability Insurance on Cruise Control
>Saturday February 16, 10:00 a.m.
>Learn about DAN professional liability protection from Shelli Wright, manager of professional programs at DAN.
>Cold-Water Diving: Challenges and Rewards for Suffering the Cold
>Saturday February 16, 11:30 a.m.
>Cold-water diving is a strenuous activity that requires special practices and equipment, and although it warrants additional risk assessment, preparation and planning, more and more divers are doing it and enjoying it. Join Frauke Tillmans, Ph.D., director of research at DAN, for a brief introduction to cold-water diving, and find out if it's right for you.
>2019 DAN Instructor/Instructor Trainer Update
>Saturday February 16, 12:00 p.m.
>This is the annual update for instructors and trainers who teach DAN first-aid courses. DAN director of training Patty Seery, MHS, will cover upcoming course tweaks and skills refreshers. If you have not taught in the last 24 months, attendance may count toward maintaining active teaching status.
>Women and Diving: Equal Opportunity Versus Physiology
>Sunday February 17, 10:00 a.m.
>Women are anatomically and physiologically different than men. Differences in body composition, hormone levels and even risk awareness between men and women have all been speculated to influence decompression, but this is not well studied. In this presentation, Frauke Tillmans, Ph.D., will outline the differences that have been explored in physiology and psychology research; join her for this discussion about equal opportunity underwater.