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2023 Winter CME Seminar "Time to Catch Up"
Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
777 W Cherokee St
Catoosa, OK 74015
Friday, January 20, 2023, 2:00 PM to Sunday, January 22, 2023, 12:00 PM CST
Category: Continuing Medical Education Seminars

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Needs Assessment
Much of physician focus over the last two years has been on rapidly learning as much as we can about COVID-19. We have focused on revolutionizing our practices to safely care for patients during a pandemic and safely prevent and treat COVID-19 and its complications while continuing our patients' primary care amongst these challenges. We have battled misinformation while gaining new pandemic-specific information at a record pace. Two years later, it is time to catch up on primary care medical education that may have fallen to the wayside during the pandemic. We are experiencing life in person again. We can now refocus our attention on primary care medicine outside the pandemic.
Program Objectives:
At the completion of this seminar, attendees will be able to understand and apply new and updated primary care guidelines published in recent the last two years. They will also be able to review and discuss exigent disease processes, treatment modalities, and patient care measures.
 
Friday, January 20, 2023
11 am
Exhibitor Registration Opens
   
Noon
Attendee Registration Opens
   
1 pm
Exhibit Hall Opens
   
2 pm
Monkey Pox Update
K. Daniel Ostmo, DO
(certified internal medicine, Tulsa, OK)
   
3 pm
Down Syndrome Update
Steffen E. Carey, DO
(certified family medicine, Tulsa, OK)
Amanda D. Carey, DO
(certified family medicine, Tulsa, OK)
   
4 pm
Break with Exhibitors
   
4:15 pm
Vaccine Misinformation
Ashton B. Clayborn, DO
(certified family medicine, Talihina, OK)
   
5:15 pm
Health Information Exchange
Stephen Miller
(Oklahoma Health Care Authority, Oklahoma City, OK) 
   
6:30 pm
Past President/District President Meeting
   
7 pm
Bureau on Legislation Meeting
   
   
Saturday, January 21, 2023
7 am
Attendee Registration Opens
   
8 am
TBD
   
 9 am
Cardiovascular Update
Arash Karnama, DO
(certified internal medicine, cardiology, & nuclear cardiology, Tulsa, OK)
   
10 am
Break with Exhibitors
   
10:15 am
Population Health & Quality
Mark D. Callery, DO
(certified family medicine, Tulsa, OK)
   
11:15 am
Syphilis Outbreak
Micah Derby, DO
(certified internal medicine, Tulsa, OK)
   
12:15 pm               
Lunch / Legislative Update
   
1:15 pm 
Proper Prescribing
M. Chad Owens, DO
(certified anesthesiology & pain management, Enid, OK)
   
2:15 pm
14th Annual Poster Symposium Finalist Presentations
   
3:15 pm
Coffee Break
   
3:30 pm
Risk Management
Shari Moore, RN, BSN
(VP of Risk Management, PLICO, Oklahoma City, OK)
   
5:30 pm
Mentor/Mentee Reception
Hosted by OOA's President, Jonathan K. Bushman, DO & First Lady, Mrs. Andrea Bushman
 
 
 
Sunday, January 22, 2023
8 am
Physician Mental Health
Keith Miles, DO
(certified family medicine, Owasso, OK)
   
9 am
TBD
   
10 am
TBD
   
11 am
TBD

 

*schedule is subject to change
Program Attendee Notice
Thank you for your continued support of our continuing medical education (CME) offerings. Please feel free to contact our staff representatives to resolve any problems you may have regarding facilities, handouts, program contents, etc.
Should you have concerns about the program’s compliance with the American Osteopathic Association (AOA) Uniform Guidelines, please express these concerns to Audrey K. Hendricks, Director of CME Programs,
Oklahoma Osteopathic Association. For any unresolved issues regarding compliance with the AOA Uniform Guidelines, you may contact the AOA Division of CME at 142 E. Ontario Street, Chicago, IL 60611, 800-621-1773.
How Speakers and Topics Are Selected
The Oklahoma Osteopathic Association’s Bureau on Continuing Medical Education meets twice annually to choose seminar chairs, topics of interest, and the best presenters available to speak on
each chosen topic. In addition, past program evaluations are used in determining speakers and topics from past conferences.
Grievance Policy
Program grievances will be presented to the Oklahoma Osteopathic Association Board of Trustees and dealt with appropriately. If this action did not resolve the problem to satisfaction,
the person with the grievance will be directed to the American Osteopathic Association’s Division of Continuing Medical Education.
Commercial Exhibit Area
All exhibit areas are arranged in a separate room adjacent to the conference meeting room. In some instances, foyer space is utilized for spillover when needed. Exhibit booths are reserved by the Oklahoma Osteopathic Association and
are available on a first-come-first-serve basis. Exhibit space is assigned in some instances, i.e., near the door for book sales, near electrical outlets for those exhibits that need electricity.

 


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