Total Credits: 3.5 including 3.5 AOA Category 1-A Credit(s)
Needs Assessment: Much of physician focus over the last two years has been on rapidly learning as much as we can about COVID-19. We have focused on revolutionizing our practices to safely care for patients during a pandemic and safely prevent and treat COVID-19 and its complications while continuing our patients' primary care amongst these challenges. We have battled misinformation while gaining new pandemic-specific information at a record pace. Two years later, it is time to catch up on primary care medical education that may have fallen to the wayside during the pandemic. We are experiencing life in person again. We can now refocus our attention on primary care medicine outside the pandemic.
Program Objectives: At the completion of this seminar, attendees will be able to understand and apply new and updated primary care guidelines published in recent the last two years. They will also be able to review and discuss exigent disease processes, treatment modalities, and patient care measures.
Program grievances will be presented to the Oklahoma Osteopathic Association Board of Trustees and dealt with appropriately. If this action did not resolve the problem to satisfaction, the person with the grievance will be directed to the American Osteopathic Association’s Division of Continuing Medical Education.
The OOA is accredited by the American Osteopathic Association to provide osteopathic continuing medical education for physicians.
For any questions, comments, or concerns for the CME content, please contact Audrey Hendricks, OOA Director of CME Programs, at firstname.lastname@example.org
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John R. Kuhn, MD started his medical career at the University of Kansas School of Medicine in Lawrence, Kansas where he earned his medical degree in 1980. He completed his family practice internship at KU and his otolaryngology residency at the University of Oklahoma in Norman, Oklahoma in 1985. Board certified in otolaryngology head and neck surgery, Dr. Kuhn can be seen practicing at HPI Community Hospital, INTEGRIS Baptist Medical Center, and at his private practice in North Oklahoma City. He was recently appointed the Oklahoma Health Professionals Program Director. When he’s not saving lives, Dr. Kuhn enjoys wake surfing, hunting and fishing, sporting clays, wood working, or relaxing with his wife of 20 years, his three children, and grandchild.
Dr Kuhn has no financial relationships or affiliations to disclose.
Michael T. Leake, Jr., JD, is an Oklahoma native who earned his Juris Doctor from the Oklahoma City University School of Law in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. While in school, he served as the law advancement ambassador at OCU’s School of Law as well as a legal intern at Wiggins, Sewell, & Ogletree. The law firm liked Michael so much that after he graduated law school and passed the Bar, they offered him an associate lawyer position. He stayed at Wiggins, Sewell, & Ogletree until he was appointed as the Oklahoma State Board of Osteopathic Examiners new executive director in April of 2020. Michael also serves on the Putnam City Public Schools Foundation Board (his alma mater – Putnam City North) and the Community Literacy Centers Board.
Michael is the loving husband to his wife Sheridan and proud father of his five-month-old son George and three-year-old golden doodle Teddy. He loves OU football, cars, and shooting guns.
Mr. Leake has no financial relationships or affiliations to disclose.
Lowell Robertson, MD, earned his medical degree from the Oklahoma University College of Medicine in 1989. Board-certified in internal medicine and addiction medicine, Dr. Robertson is the associate director of the Oklahoma Health Professionals Program.
(Dr. Robertson has no financial relationships or affiliations to disclose)
Cameron C. Henderson, DO, graduated from Southwestern Oklahoma State University in Weatherford, OK. He then earned his osteopathic medical degree from the Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine in Tulsa, OK, in 2012 and completed his Family Medicine residency through the OSU program in 2015. Dr. Henderson practiced rural family medicine in Prague, OK, for six years before deciding to return for an osteopathic neuromuscular medicine fellowship.
(Dr. Henderson has no financial relationships or affiliations to disclose)
2023 Winter CME Seminar "Time to Catch Up" - Friday Lectures
Original Program Date: 01/20/2023
2023 Winter CME Seminar "Time to Catch Up" - Saturday Lectures
Original Program Date: 01/21/2023