Ohio Osteopathic Symposium
The Ohio Osteopathic Symposium is the state's premier continuing medical education event for osteopathic physicians, attracting more than 500 DOs from Ohio and the midwest. The Symposium, held annually in April, has something for everyone, including program blocks that qualify for specialty credit in areas like pediatrics, internal medicine, emergency medicine, and family medicine. The luxurious Columbus Hilton Hotel and adjacent Easton Town Center make the Symposium an ideal location to spend an enjoyable weekend with your spouse and family exploring a variety of restaurants, entertainment, and shopping venues after the educational sessions.
On average, the Symposium program offers 30 hours of AOA Category 1-A CME credit, with a variety of workshops and lectures providing the most up to date information on topics every physician should know. Attendees also have an opportunity to get updates from state and national leaders, participate in the OOA annual business meeting, or spend time networking with friends and colleagues from across the state.
A showcase for research, the Symposium is host to a regional scientific poster contest with more than 75 entries from Ohio and surrounding states.
The Ohio Osteopathic Symposium is your opportunity to network with physicians from across the state during a two-day trade show. A collaborative effort of the Ohio Osteopathic Association and Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine, the Symposium is the largest continuing medical education program for DOs in Ohio. Check out the sponsorship options. Ideas for lectures and product theater events are welcome. For exhibitor information, contact Carol Tatman at 614-299-2107
Mark Your Calendar:
Wednesday 4/21/2021 - Sunday 4/25/2021
The OOA offers on-demand programs through DO-CME, a collaborative effort by state societies to provide the highest quality online CME for the needs of the osteopathic physician community. Programs address clinical topics as well as practice management and health care regulation issues. All programs are eligible for AOA Category 1-A credit.