Overcoming Obesity 2019 Conference Registration Rates
|OMA Member||Non-Member||Registration + First-time Membership||Clinician-in-training (Student, resident, or fellow)|
|Review Course for the ABOM Exam* + Fall Obesity Summit|
|Building an Obesity Treatment Plan: Advanced Cases and Practice Management* + Fall Obesity Summit|
|Fall Obesity Summit|
|Review Course for the ABOM Exam*|
|Building an Obesity Treatment Plan: Advanced Cases and Practice Management*|
Combines the two pre-conference events listed below.
|Building an Obesity Treatment Plan: Advanced Cases*|
|Obesity Medicine Practice Management*|
*The Review Course for the ABOM Exam runs concurrently with Building an Obesity Treatment Plan: Advanced Cases and Obesity Medicine Practice Management. If you register for the Review Course, you may not attend the other pre-conference events.
Other Registration Options
|Exhibit Hall Pass|
Obesity Medicine Association Membership
If you are not already a member of the Obesity Medicine Association (OMA), you can sign up for membership with your registration and receive a discount! Members of OMA have exclusive access to tools, resources, networking opportunities, and special discounts to help them advance their careers in obesity medicine. To become a member of OMA, simply select the "Registration + First-time Membership" option at checkout. (This option is available only to clinicians who have never been members of OMA.)
I leave every OMA conference with a renewed sense of hope and enthusiasm that working together, we can make a difference for our patients who struggle with obesity. This fall, I love the focus on obesity treatment across the lifespan. All too often, we get caught up with what works for weight loss. But at the end of the day, there are countless approaches that are effective and safe for weight loss. A common theme among all of them is that keeping that weight off long-term is a real challenge. I hope to emerge from this conference with new ideas and tools to help my patients make their weight loss stick – for good.
- Ethan Lazarus, MD, FOMA