116th Annual CME Conference

  • 01 Nov 2018
  • 12:00 PM
  • 04 Nov 2018
  • 11:30 AM
  • The Greenbrier Resort

Registration

  • Early Bird Pricing until Oct. 15, 2018
  • Early Bird Pricing until Oct. 20, 2018
  • Early Bird registration until Oct. 20, 2018
  • Early Bird registration until Oct. 15, 2018
  • Early Bird pricing until October 20, 2018
  • Free registration

Registration is closed

Join us at America's Resort for our 116th Annual CME Conference!  

Starting at noon on Thursday, November 1, and wrapping up at noon on Sunday November 4, we will offer 25-30 hours of top quality CME approved by both AOA and AMA and provided by renowned experts from around the nation.  We WILL be  including the 3 hour Opiod course required for WV licensing.

Rooms at the Greenbrier start at $229!

120th Annual Meeting & CME CONFERENCE

THE GREENBRIER RESORT

November 3,4,5,6, 2022

    22 hours CME*

THANK YOU to our sponsor: The WV Medical Professionals Health Program


Thursday         November 3:  5:30 Registration opens COLONIAL TERRACE

5:30-7:30 pm  Welcome reception featuring the Ramp Supper Band COLONIAL TERRACE

Friday November 4:  ALL classes and luncheon will be held at the campus of WVSOM in nearby Lewisburg. There will be a shuttle bus from the Greenbrier leaving promptly at 7:35 am

                        8:00 am:   Welcome: Program Director Rick Greco, DO

                        8-9am: CME: New HF Therapies: George Sokos, DO

9-10 am CME: LGBTQ +: Allyship in Primary Care and Why it Matters: Jessica McColley, DO

10-10:15   Exhibit break

10:15-11:00    CME: Topic pending: Sherri Young, DO

11:00-12:00    CME:  WV Health Information Network: Sonia Chambers

12:00-2:00   Luncheon sponsored by the WVSOM Alumni Association

2:00-5:00 CME: OMM Workshop: Charles McClung, DO                                                           

                       

Saturday November 5:  Classes & Luncheon will be held in Eisenhower conference area.

                        8-9       CME: TMS for depression: Carlos Lowell, DO

                        9-10     CME:  Terrorism & Mass Shootings: Jane Daugherty-Luck, DO

10-10:15 Exhibit Break

                        10:15-11:15   CME: Topic Pending; Sherri Young, DO

11:15-12:15  CME: Trans medicine in the primary care setting: Jessica McColley, DO

12:15-1:15     CME: Stroke: Diagnosis, Treatment and Recovery: John Dahdah, DO

1:15-2:30 Luncheon: CME; WVOMA General meeting; Installation of officers

Michael Robie, DO President; Michael Antolini, DO President elect

2:30-3:30   CME WV Politics: Tom Susman, TSG Consultants                       

                        6:30     WVSOM Golden Jubilee Gala: For tickets visit https://www.wvsom.edu/form/alumni-jubilee-week

SUNDAY           November 6  

                        Enjoy your morning and travel safely on your trip home.

The remaining CME hours will be available online after the conference, in addition to Student and Resident research projects.        

ALL CME SESSIONS WILL BE PRERECORDED FOR ONLINE LEARNING AND

WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR FULL AOA 1-A CREDIT AFTER THE CONFERENCE HAS BEEN COMPLETED.


400 North Lee Street
Lewisburg, WV 24901
Phone 304-793-6842 | Toll Free 800-356-7836 ext. 6842 | Fax 304-647-6211
Penny Fioravante, Executive Director  penny@wvoma.org

 
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