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American Osteopathic Association's Annual Osteopathic Medical Conference and Exposition (OMED) is the premier educational event for the osteopathic medical profession.

OMED24 - Osteopathic Medical Education Conference

  • Live: Friday, September 19 - Sunday, September 22, 2024 
  • Where: San Antonio, TX
  • Virtual: September 23 - December 31, 2024

AOAAM’s OMED 2024 Agenda

  • September 20, 2024
    • ADHD and Addiction Related Issues - Jan Widerman, DO
    • Addiction and Pregnancy - Kristi Dively, DO
    • Treating Healthcare Professionals - Adam Scioli, DO
    • The Rise of Gambling Disorder: Significance, Assessment, and Treatment in an Era of Exploding Access - Kavita Fischer, MD
    • Introduction and Medical Mishaps of Alcohol and Substance Use - Dan Farmer, DO
    • Addiction According to J.R.R. Tolkien and the Lord of The Rings - James Berry, DO and Lisa Terris, PhD
  • September 21, 2024
    • Rural SUD Training - Dan Elswick, MD
    • Mobile Addiction Treatment in Primary Care Offices - Jon Lepley, DO
    • The Rapid Return of Methamphetamine: An Opensource Epidemic - Dan Elswick, MD
    • Group Based Tele-MOUD - Patrick Marshalek, MD
    • Avoiding Pot Holes: Navigating the Cautionary Trail of Cannabis - James Berry, DO
    • Novel and Not So Novel Psychoactive Substances - Patrick Marshalek, MD
  • September 22, 2024
    • Micro Dosing and Other Strategies of Buprenorphine Initiation in the Age of Fentanyl - Jan Widerman, DO
    • The Evolving Landscape of Virtual SUD Treatment Delivery: Regulations and Practice - Kari Law, MD
    • Evolving the Palliative Approach to Cancer and Opioid Use Disorder - Carl Grey, MD
Agenda subject to change.


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