Exhibitor/Support Prospectus:

AOCOPM Midyear Educational Conference & OPAM Workshops


 Kansas City Marriott Country Club Plaza

March 25-29, 2020

Patricia Hunt, DO, MBA, FAOCOPM, President 
Gregory Schwaid, DO, MPH, FAOCOPM, Program Chair

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CME Program Summary

  • Scientific Expo and Exhibit Hall, Thursday & Friday, March 26-27, 2020
  • Midyear Conference Program, March 26-29, 2020.  This program anticipates being approved for 24 - 27 credits of AOA Category 1-A CME, pending approval by the AOA CCME.
  • OPAM Workshop: Basic Course in Occupational Medicine, Part II, March 25, 2020.  This program anticipates being approved for 7.5-8.5 credits of AOA Category 1-A CME credits, pending approval by the AOA CCME.
  • OPAM Workshop: DOT Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners' Course, March 27, 2020.  This program anticipates being approved for 8 credits of AOA Category 1-A CME, pending approval by the AOA CCME.
  • OPAM Workshop: Medical Review Officer Course.  Toxicology Testing and the MRO: A Physician’s Role in the Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse; March 28-29, 2020. This program anticipates being approved for 12 credits of AOA Category 1-A CME, pending approval by the AOA CCME.

 2020 Program Planning Committee

  • Greg Schwaid, DO, MPH, FAOCOPM, Program Chair
  • Warren Silberman, DO, MPH, FAOCOPM (Aerospace Medicine)
  • Greg Schwaid, DO, MPH, FAOCOPM and Luzan Phillpotts, DO, MPH (Public Health)
  • Dean Shoucair, DO, MPH (Occupational Medicine)
  • Heather Williamson, DO & Naomi Wriston, DO, MS, FAOCOPM (Basic Course in Occupational Medicine)
  • James Ferguson, DO (MRO Certification Course)
  • Elizabeth P. Clark, DO, MPH&TM, FAOCOPM & Charles L. Werntz, DO, MPH, FAOCOPM  (DOT FMCSA NRCME Course)

Program Objectives and Exhibitor Opportunities

Through a series of lectures and case discussions, physician attendees will be provided with a wide variety of up-to-date practical information that can be easily applied to their everyday medical practices. Many of our attendees handle day-to-day medical cases while others serve as medical directors of various companies, clinics, healthcare facilities, public health units, and governmental agencies. Our exhibitors thus have the opportunity to interact with both local and national leaders and decision-makers in occupational and preventive medicine arenas.
The CME program will feature outstanding speakers who are experts in their fields. Sessions will address current and forthcoming medical issues of concern and interest. Topics will have particular appeal to the physicians who practice in the areas of occupational and environmental medicine, aerospace medicine, hyperbaric medicine, disability and impairment evaluations, and public health/general preventive medicine. Through the didactic sessions, refreshment breaks and various social activities, opportunities are provided for participants to interact and learn from their colleagues. Our exhibitors and sponsors are encouraged to provide support for these varied lectures and interchange activities.
The Scientific Expo and Exhibit Hall will open Thursday and Friday, March 26 and 27, from 7:00 am to 12:00 pm. Exhibitor Setup is Wednesday, March 25 from 3:00-6:00 pm.  Breakfast and Mid-morning breaks will be served in, or near, the exhibit hall both open days to promote visitation and interaction with exhibitors. Representatives from pharmaceutical companies, testing labs, device suppliers, physician employers, practice-management, and other medical industry partners will have the opportunity to meet our attendees on an individual basis and spend quality time educating them on new products and approaches to medical issues of common concern. The expo will provide a casual and relaxed atmosphere for professional interchange between attendees and company representatives.
AOCOPM reserves the right to make necessary changes to the program without notice to the attendees.

Exhibitor Information

  • Vendors will be able to select exhibit locations upon receipt of a completed application and fee. Apply early!
  • Reduced fees are available to Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine, residency programs, and small companies. Call for application.
  • Four larger corner exhibit spaces are available. 
  • Basic exhibit space is a draped six-foot table and chair. If other items are needed (8-ft table, electricity drop, internet connectivity, etc.) please call to arrange. Charges may apply.
  • Speaker grants, support of food functions, and support of other conference expenses may be discussed with Jeffrey LeBoeuf in the AOCOPM office to ensure compliance with PhRMA and regulatory guidelines. Please call for more info.
  • Shipping and drayage:  Shipping and Receiving Form
  • Electricity, Video, etc:  PSAV Form
  • The exhibit space will be locked for security during non-staffed times. Call for special security needs.

Hotel Information

Kansas City Marriott
Country Club Plaza
4445 Main Street
Kansas City, MO  64111
Phone:  888-347-2319

 

Registration and AOCOPM Tax Information

AOCOPM is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, TIN# 58-2019831.  AOCOPM's W-9 form.
There are three methods to register for the AOCOPM Midyear Conference: