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Virtual 2020 Spring Fling CME: May 15 – 22, 2020

The OSU Center for Health Sciences Alumni Association Board of Directors and Alumni office have been eagerly preparing for this year’s Spring Fling CME. With the rapid spread of COVID-19, we have decided to move this conference virtually.

The 34th Annual CME Spring Fling Conference is planned for physicians with emphasis on providing information through demonstration and technique to develop a more accurate clinical diagnostic ability and understanding of various medical conditions and the most effective treatments. 

Participants of the Spring Fling Conference will learn to foster a closer patient/physician relationship to improve outcome.

The pre-recorded lectures will be available to view at your convenience, May 15-22, 2020. Conference registration is available now. Once you register for the conference, an email will be sent to you with instructions on how to participate.

 

Description Location

Registration with Continental Breakfast (provided)
Sign-in is required only once for the entire conference

 

Welcome and Opening Remarks  
Concussion Update: Evaluation, Return to Learn and Return to Play Considerations 
Jennifer Volberding, Ph.D., LAT, ATC
OSU-CHS
Medical Errors – What to Avoid
Jeff Stroup, Pharm.D.
Certified: Pharmocotherapy Specialist
OSU-CHS
Primary Care Update
Emily Grewe-Nelson, D.O. 
Certified: Family Medicine

Utica Park Clinic

 

Break and Exhibitor Hall  
Outpatient Antibiotic Stewardship
Crystal David, Pharm.D. 
Certified: Pharmocotherapy Specialist
Working Lunch: Buffet (provided)
OSU Family Medicine 
Abnormal Uterine Bleeding
Erin Brown, D.O.

OSU OBGYN

 

Project ECHO
Joseph Johnson, D.O. 
Certified: OBGYN
 OSU-CHS
Opioid Epidemic
Jason Beaman, D.O. 
Certified: Family Medicine, Psychiatry and Neurology Psychiatry-Subspecialty Forensic Psychiatry Preventative Medicine-Subspecialty Addiction
OSU Psychiatry & Behavioral Medicine 
Adrenal Insufficiency: Conventional & Functional Medicine 
Sarah Washatka, D.O.    
Certified: Family Medicine
 
 Break and Exhibit Hall  
Proper Prescribing: Medication Assited Treatment for Opioid Addiction 
Samuel Martin, M.D.
Certified: Psychiatry and Neurology - General Psychiatry; Preventative Medicine - Addiction Medicine 
OSU Addiction Medicine

 

Description Location

Registration with Continental Breakfast (provided)

 

Proper Prescribing: Prescribing Opioids in Oklahoma Statutes, Rules and Regulations 
Layne Subera, D.O.
Certified: Family Medicine and Pain Management
 Skiatook Osteopathic Clinic
The Difficulty with Diagnosing Dizziness 
Angela Carrick, D.O.                                            Certified: Emergency Medicine 
Norman Regional Hospital
Update on OMM Research 
Leslie Ching, D.O.
Certified: Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine, Family Medicine, and OMM
OSU Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine
Break and Exhibitor Hall

 

 

Legislative Update
Leroy Young, D.O.
Certified: Occupational Medicine, Preventative Medicine
OSU Center for Health Sciences, OKC
Effects of Adverse and Protective Childhood Experiences on Health and Development 
Jennifer Hays-Grudo, Ph.D.
Working Lunch: Buffet (provided)
OSU Center for Integrative Research Childhood Adversity
Physician Well Being a Reason for Being
Natasha Bray, D.O.
Certified: Internal Medicine

OSUCOM at Cherokee Nation

 

OSU Telemedicine 
Madhuri Lad, D.O.
Certified: Internal Medicine
OSU Internal Medicine Specialty
Break and Exhibitor Hall  
Nutritional Assessment in the Primary Care Setting
Colony Fugate, D.O.
Certified: Pediatrics and Obesity Medicine
 OSU Pediatrics
Adjourn  

 

2019 Spring Fling Presentations

 

Thank you to our sponsors. 

Osteopathic Founders Foundation

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The Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine is accredited by the American Osteopathic Association to provide osteopathic continuing medical education for physicians. The Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine designates this program for a maximum of 17 AOA Category 1-A credits and will report CME and specialty credits commensurate with the extent of the physician’s participation in this activity.