WHO: ANY Osteopathic Medical Students
WHERE: National Association of Home Builders, Washington, D.C.
WHEN: April 24-25, 2022 (followed by DO Day on Capitol Hill)
Join over 150+ osteopathic medical student leaders for the 2022 Spring Convention! This weekend will be focused on “Compassion & Advocacy: Advocating for Compassionate Healthcare Systems” and learning how medical students can engage in advocacy to make an impactful difference in the healthcare world! Check out our General Attendance Schedule.
Registration is now closed.
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April 23-27, 2022 | Washington D.C. (virtually and in-person)
Registration is now open for the osteopathic profession’s largest public policy and advocacy event of the year! Join thousands of your colleagues this April to hone your leadership skills and raise your voice to educate members of Congress on the issues that matter most to you and your patients. Participate in-person alongside your osteopathic colleagues in Washington, D.C., or join the virtual leadership and professional development conference from the comfort of your home or office! Participants may earn dually-accredited CME.
Two ways to participate:
Virtual & In Person: Registration includes participation in both the virtual leadership and professional development conference scheduled on April 23-24, as well as in-person briefings and congressional meetings Washington, DC, on Tuesday, April 26 and Wednesday, April 27. Please note: Space is limited for in-person congressional meetings. Student Registration fee is $35.
Virtual Only: The leadership and professional development conference, set for April 23-24, will offer educational sessions focused on advocacy leadership, federal and state legislative priorities, regulatory and payment policy, state grassroots advocacy and more. Residents, students and affiliate leaders may register free of charge. On-demand content will be available for viewing on the conference platform through June 3.