WHO: ANY Osteopathic Medical Students
WHERE: Virtually (will send out the Zoom meeting link info soon nearing registration)
WHEN: March 5th– March 6th (followed by DO Day on Capitol Hill) for Chapter Leaders, General Member Attendance only on March 6th.
Join over 150+ osteopathic medical student leaders for the 2021 Spring Convention! This weekend will be focused on “Toolkit to Action and Advocacy” and learning how medical students can engage in advocacy to make an impactful difference in the healthcare world! Check out our General Attendance Schedule.
Early Registration: $50
Late Registration: $60
Register Here Registered Attendees: Click here for more convention details!
(Registration ends February 28, 2021)
Please reach out to Angela Pluguez at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
March 7th-8th, 2021 | Washington D.C. (virtually)
Registration is now open for DO Day 2021, the premier osteopathic event of the year in partnership with the AOA! Don’t miss this opportunity to join many DOs and osteopathic medical students as we “fly” into Washington DC to engage lawmakers on legislation vital to the practice and principles of osteopathic medicine.
Get involved! Register Now
DO Day is a live, virtual Leadership and Advocacy Summit for osteopathic physicians, osteopathic medical students and leaders of osteopathic affiliate organizations. This premier health policy summit takes place over two days: Sunday, March 7 and Monday, March 8, and offers up to 5.5 hours of AOA Category 1A credits. Sunday will be dedicated to leadership training and professional development; Monday will be dedicated to advocacy and Congressional meetings.
Please register for DO Day using your voting address (where you are registered to vote) and not your place of work or college of osteopathic medicine. Please note, registration for Congressional meetings closes on Wednesday, February 17, and space is limited for participation in this part of the event. Registration will remain open for Sunday’s program which will be dedicated to leadership training and professional development, while Monday will focus on advocacy and congressional meetings. DO Day registration provides unlimited access to on-demand course recordings through March 31.