Osteopathic Considerations in Covid-19: Focus NYC
Livestream via Zoom: May 16, 2020 at 11:00am Eastern/8:00am Pacific (4 hours)
Course Director: Daniel Shadoan DO
Registration Fee for CME
OCA Member $50
4 hours Livestream via Zoom – May 16, 2020 at 11am Eastern/8am Pacific
The Osteopathic Cranial Academy has requested that the AOA Council on Continuing Medical Education approve this program for 4 hours of Category 1-A AOA CME. Approval is currently pending. You can watch this Virtual Conference for no charge if you don’t want CME credit.
[Note: As of April 2020, the AOA will allow up to 15 hours of Category 1-A CME from online education per year.]
This virtual conference is open to all US-licensed DOs, MDs, and dentists, and all US medical residents and students. It is also open to any international member of the OCA.
PLEASE NOTE: If you register for this course and do not meet the eligibility requirements for it, your tuition payment will be refunded, minus a $25 processing fee. If you have any questions about your eligibility, please contact the OCA office before registering.
Using Zoom for Presentations and Telemedicine. Carmine Van Deven DO
Osteopathy & the 1918-1919 Spanish Flu Pandemic: What do We Know, What Did We Learn, What’s Next. Ray Hruby DO, FAAO
Osteopathy and the Hospitalized Patient with COVID19. Hugh Ettlinger DO, FCA, FAAO
Trauma of COVID-19: Front-line Osteopathic Perspective. Ruba Katrajian DO & Alexander Egerter DO
The Broncho-Pericardial Membrane: Unlocking the “Dura” of the Chest. Daniel Shadoan DO
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You are eligible to register for the virtual conference if you are a:
A 40-hour Introduction to Osteopathy in the Cranial Field is not required for this virtual conference.
Saturday May 16, 2020
11:00 AM ET Welcome – Intro to Conference Daniel A. Shadoan DO
11:10 AM ET Using Zoom for Presentations and Telemedicine Carmine Van Deven DO
11:40 AM ET Osteopathy and the 1918-1919 Spanish Flu Pandemic: What do We Know, What Did We Learn, What’s Next? Raymond J. Hruby DO FAAO
12:25 PM ET Osteopathy and the Hospitalized Patient with COVID19 Hugh M. Ettlinger DO FAAO FCA
1:25 PM ET Small Group Discussion
1:40 PM ET Trauma of COVID-19: Front-line Osteopathic Perspective Ruba Katrajian DO and Alexander Egerter DO
2:30 PM ET Osteopathic Considerations in COVID19: Focus NYC Daniel A. Shadoan DO
3:00 PM ET Q & A Panel Raymond J. Hruby DO FAAO; Hugh M. Ettlinger DO FAAO FCA; Ruba Katrajian DO and Alexander Egerter DO
3:20 PM ET Adjourn
Why is it limited to 15 hours of Category 1-A CME?
We have applied for Category 1-A credit for all sessions of this series (a total of approximately 24 hours). As we understand it, current AOA policy is to recognize only 15 hours of Category 1-A online learning per 3 year cycle. Under current circumstances, the AOA may change that policy, but that is at the discretion of the AOA. You should be able to claim the additional hours as Category 1-B.
I can’t attend the livestream, can I watch a recording later?
You must attend the livestream to qualify for Category 1-A credit. Per AOA requirements, the video recordings will be available for review for anyone who attends the livestream event. So you can register for the livestream event and just watch the recording later, but you won’t qualify for Category 1-A CME.