OMED 2019 takes place Oct. 25-28 in Baltimore. Stay for the whole conference, or take advantage of the one-day rate.
During the 2019-2021 CME cycle, AOA diplomates are required to meet CME credit hour requirements as part of Osteopathic Continuous Certification (OCC) Component 2. So year one of that cycle is the perfect time to begin working toward your CME requirements.
And there’s no better place to start than OMED 2019, which takes place Oct. 25-28 in Baltimore, and offers up to 40 Category 1-A CME credits in your specialty. View the OMED 2019 program.
AOA board certification is designed by physicians, for physicians, to ensure your clinical knowledge and skills grow throughout your career, across a wide range of specialties. Learn more about CME requirements for each specialty certifying board.
Take advantage of this opportunity to earn valuable Category 1-A CME and engage, empower and excel alongside your colleagues at the nation’s largest osteopathic medical conference! Register today.