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ROME New England

CME Conference

Learn from the experts, connect with colleagues and earn CME close to home

Gain real-world knowledge and insights on topics like coding and billing, osteopathic manipulative treatment, primary care and preventive medicine.

Aug. 9-12, 2018 | Mystic, Connecticut

ROME New England is one of three Regional Osteopathic Medical Education (ROME) conferences co-hosted by the AOA each year.

Attendees participate in education sessions focused on osteopathic principles and practice, hear from world-renowned medical and health policy experts and collaborate with like-minded DOs from across the region.

Join us in the historic maritime setting of Mystic, Connecticut, located near the eastern shore between Boston and New York. The conference schedule allows time for you and your family to enjoy the area’s many recreational attractions.

Be sure to catch special guest speaker Jennifer Caudle, DO, who will present “CO*RE REMS: Opioid prescribing – safe practice, changing lives.”

CME by the sea guide

Earn up to 25 AOA Category 1-A CME credits while networking with your peers.

CME tracks include:

  • You are what you eat
  • Promoting health and wellness
  • Addressing pain and trauma
  • Osteopathic manipulative medicine
  • States-mandated CME topics, such as safe opioid prescribing, palliative care and understanding pain

Conference registration

Registration is now open for ROME New England. Rates are $540 for AOA or affiliate members, $675 for non-members, $250 for residents or retired physicians, $450 for Allied Health professionals, and $90 for students.

Book your hotel

This year’s conference will be held at the Hilton Mystic. The hotel room block at the discounted conference rate is now full. You can still stay at the Hilton Mystic at the regular rate by booking online or calling (860) 572-0731.

Exhibitor registration

Vendors have the opportunity to interact with ROME New England attendees in the Exhibit Hall. Register online and see the form for more information.

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