On March 19, ACOFP launched the ACOFP ’20 Virtual experience, featuring live-streaming sessions. Couldn’t make it? You can still register for ACOFP ’20 Virtual On-Demand and earn up to 27.5 hours of Category 1-A CME credit.

In case you missed it, here are some video highlights from the live-streaming event:


#1. Welcome to ACOFP ’20 Virtual

ACOFP President Robert DeLuca, DO, FACOFP dist., and President-Elect Nicole H. Bixler, DO, MBA, FACOFP, discuss the current state of affairs and welcome attendees to the ACOFP ’20 Virtual experience.

#2. Insights from a State Health Official on COVID-19

During one of ACOFP ’20 Virtual’s most popular sessions, Louisiana Department of Health Assistant State Health Officer Joe Katner, MD, MPH, discussed preventative efforts at a state and local level and how Louisiana plans to handle increased testing and diagnoses.

#3. Elvis Makes an Appearance

ACOFP President Robert DeLuca, DO, FACOFP dist., channels “The King” to welcome attendees to the ACOFP ’20 Virtual live-streaming experience and to give (read: sing) helpful tips in combating COVID-19.

#4: Forging Our Osteopathic Future

In order to elevate its impact on the osteopathic profession, the ACOFP Education & Research Foundation recently launched a $2.0 million fundraising campaign to enhance and expand its programs and offerings. Hear from ACOFP leadership and from grant recipients themselves on what this campaign means to the future of the profession.

#5: ACOFP ’20 Virtual Thank You

Speaker John Kowalczyk, DO, FACOS, thanks ACOFP for leading innovation in the profession by hosting the ACOFP ’20 event virtually.

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