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2024 Spring Meetings

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2024 Spring Meetings 

Registration is open for our two Virtual Spring Meetings: the 2024 Internal Medicine Comprehensive Update (April 8-12, 2024) and the 2024 Clinical Challenges in Hospital Medicine (April 9-12, 2024). Both meetings will offer AOA Category 1A Credits / AMA-PRA Category 1 Credits™.   

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ONLINE LEARNING CENTER 

Looking to earn CME now? Check out our Online Learning Center with various on-demand educational opportunities. Take advantage of the ACOI DEA Bundle featured on the homepage, which will allow you to fulfill all 8 hours of DEA training! Additionally, you can earn 0.75 AOA Category 1B credits for free with our COVID Outpatient Therapies activity.

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Join Dr. Hermann on this week's podcast and learn how OMT can improve patient outcomes, what additional tools OMT gives osteopathic internists, and more.

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I had the honor of giving the “first lecture” in the brand new OCOM (Orlando College of Osteopathic Medicine) building recently as part of our faculty development series. My presentation was focused on how to give effective presentations.

January Letter from Our President

As many members may know, I am the Dean & Chief Academic Officer of the Orlando College of Osteopathic Medicine (OCOM), Central Florida’s first osteopathic medical school. Since I frequently get asked about OCOM by ACOI members, I thought it may be of interest to readers.

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