Overcoming Obesity 2019 Conference
Organized by : Obesity Medicine Association (OMA)
Specialties : Preventive Medicine, Surgery, Cardiology, Psychiatry, Bariatric Surgery, Gastroenterology, Family Medicine, Internal Medicine and General Medicine, Pediatrics Adolescent Medicine, Endocrinology, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Primary Care, Nutrition, Endocrinology, Metabolism and Diabetes, General practice
Fee : USD 1,975
Overcoming Obesity 2019 Conference is organized by Obesity Medicine Association (OMA) and will be held from Oct 02 - 06, 2019 at Boston Marriott Copley Place, Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America.
The main conference event is the Fall Obesity Summit on Oct. 4-6 with credits 17.5 CME/CE. This course addresses high-demand topics like brown fat, women's health, weight loss plateaus, meal replacements, and cardiovascular safety of obesity medications. The course ends with an interactive case discussion to demonstrate how you can apply your learnings in clinical practice.
Three pre-conference events will be offered:
Building an Obesity Treatment Plan: Advanced Cases (Oct. 2-3) with 9.25 CME/CE and 9.25 Medical Knowledge MOC Points (ABIM)
Review Course for the ABOM Exam (Oct. 2-3) with 12.5 CME/CE and 12.5 Medical Knowledge MOC Points (ABIM).
Obesity Medicine Practice Management (Oct. 3) with 3.25 CME/CE
The Overcoming Obesity 2019 Conference is the only conference dedicated entirely to providing clinical obesity treatment education to physicians, nurse practitioners, PAs, nurses, and other healthcare providers. This year, the leading medical obesity conference heads to Boston for five days filled with all-new content, networking events, and experiences you won't want to miss!
The theme of the conference is Treating Obesity across the Lifespan. It will include an all-star lineup of topics, speakers, workshops, and sessions to help you learn the latest techniques and individualize obesity treatment for each of your patients! Obesity is a diagnosis that is applied broadly, yet the disease of obesity is not the same in all populations. Age, gender, and race are among the many variables that influence obesity treatment. At the Fall Obesity Summit, learn how to better individualize obesity treatment for your patients based on their age, gender, race, genetic makeup, biology, cultural backgrounds, and lifestyles.
Additional details will be posted as soon as information is available.
- CME/CE : 42.5
- MOC : 42.5
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