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POMA District 8 Winter Seminar - January 2018

Mark your calendars and plan to attend the

POMA District VIII 31st Annual

Educational Winter Seminar!

January 25-28, 2018
Nemacolin Woodlands, Farmington, Pennsylvania

 

CME Info:

The 31st Annual Educational Winter Seminar will offer 20 Category 1A AOA CME credits, which tentatively includes 4 patient safety credits and 2 hours applicable to Act 31 licensure requirements.  Additional credits are available for participants who attend afternoon workshops.  Click here to view the tentative schedule and education program.

 

Registration Info:

Click here to download the conference registration form or visit http://bit.ly/POMAD8Registration2018 to register online.

 

Exhibit Info:

The 2018 POMA District 8 Winter Seminar will feature an exhibit hall.  Exhibit dates are January 25-27.  Booth registration is now open - click here to download the invitation and contract.  Please contact Jason Leeper with any questions at 717-939-9318, ext 180 or email jleeper@poma.org.

 

Hotel Info:

A room block will be available for conference attendees and exhibitors only at Nemacolin Woodlands.  Please call (800) 422-2736.

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The Feminine Touch

Have you seen "The Feminine Touch," a new PBS documentary that tells the story of women in Osteopathic Medicine?  It is inspired by the book, "The Feminine Touch: Women in Osteopathic Medicine" by Thomas Quinn, DO.

The documentary aired in April 2017 on WEDU, a PBS station in Tampa, Florida.  They recently secured a national feed, which means any PBS station nationwide will be able to record the feed and schedule the documentary to air on their local chanel.

Interested in helping raise awareness of DOs and osteopathic medicine?  Consider sending the following message to your local PBS station - you can look up your local station here.

I am interested in seeing a documentary called The Feminine Touch: The Struggle for Equality in Medicine.  It was produced by WEDU PBS in Tampa, Florida and will be feeding for national distribution on Nov. 2, 2017, from 12:30-1:30 p.m. ET on PBS satellite HD05.  I believe this program is of value to our community and hope to watch it on (local PBS station).

It is also available for free online viewing at http://www.pbs.org/video/3000214906.


POMA Phone System Upgrade

FYI…POMA is upgrading the phone system at the Central Office to better serve you. The upgrade was implemented on Monday, October 2 - we ask for your patience and understanding as there may be some bugs to work out. Also, extensions have changed to 3-digit numbers - please add a 0 to all previous extension numbers. Our main number has stayed the same. 717-939-9318


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