North Carolina Society for the ACOFP

2020 Winter Conference is February 15

The Annual Winter CME Conference hosted by NCS-ACOFP, NCOMA, CUSOM will be held at the Campbell University School of Osteopathic Medicine (CUSOM) on Saturday, February 15th. The conference hours are 8:00 am – 5:00 pm.  The conference will offer up to 6.5  hours of AOA Category 1-A  CME credits as well as AMA credit.

The theme of this year’s conference is the Diagnosis and Treatment of Lung Diseases.  The final program will be released soon.  Topics include Emerging Issues in the Treatment of COPD; Smoking and Behavioral Issues; Identification and Treatment of Vaping Related Illnesses; OMT – hands on session related to treatment of COPD; Psycho-Social Determinants in Choosing Drug Therapies for Patients with Lung Disease; and Treating Depression in Patients with Lung Disease.

Sponsorship opportunities are available and exhibitors are invited to participate. Contact Nancy Guy with questions at guy@campbell.edu.

Register by February 1, 2020 to take advantage of the early bird rates.  Attendees can register and pay below.

Registration form for 2020 Winter CME Conference

Attendee Registration Form for Annual Winter Conference
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On November 8th, 2019, posted in: News & Events by

2020 NCS-ACOFP Annual CME Conference

The Annual CME Conference and Regional Poster Competition will be held at the Pinehurst Resort on August 13 – August 16.  The Agenda for the program will be released in the spring.  To ensure that you receive a room at the conference rate of $149 or $163, reserve your room early.  Last year the resort sold out due to other events going on at the same time.

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Integrative Medicine Symposium on October 25, 2019

Event is hosted by Novant Health in Charlotte.

The goal of this symposium is to provide an opportunity for medical professionals to explore how and when they can use evidence-based complementary medical therapies such as acupuncture and meditation when caring for cancer patients.  The keynote speaker is Andrew Weil, MD who is an internationally recognized leader in the field of integrative medicine.  Register before August 31, 2019 and save 10%.  Register online here.

Sessions addressing medical marijuana, management of treatment-related side effects, vitamins and supplements, and more will be included.

It is anticipated that this will be the first of a series of annual integrative medicine events.

Continuing Medical Education credits for this event are offered to physicians, advanced practice clinicians, and registered nurses. All other practitioners are welcome to register without continuing medical education credits. If you have questions, contact Christina Barclay at 704-376-1943.

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