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June 8-10, 2017

The 101st Annual Ohio Foot & Ankle Scientific Seminar

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June 8-10, 2017

Click here to Register Online

Click here for the Scientific Seminar Brochure

 Click here for the Schedule at a Glance

Click here for the Physician Registration Form



Assistants Program - Sold Out contact Luci Ridolfo to be placed on a waiting list, lridolfo@ohfama.org


2017 Exhibitor Information -  Click Here

 

Location:
The seminar is held in Columbus, Ohio at the Hilton Easton, located within Easton Town Center.

Mission Statement of The Annual Ohio Foot & Ankle Scientific Seminar:
The Ohio Foot and Ankle Medical Association’s educational mission is to purposefully advance the art and science of podiatric medicine by providing the highest quality of didactic and clinical learning experiences to OHFAMA members, non-members, and their medical assistants, and shall include a variety of instructional sessions aimed at significantly enhancing patient care, treatment protocols and practice efficiency.  The program may include interactive educational adult learning methods and principles utilizing lectures, panel discussions, point-counterpoint, excuse the interruption forums, case studies, question and answer, handouts, audio visual materials (including media or narrations), hands-on workshops and roundtable discussions with moderators to achieve a well-rounded venue of postgraduate instruction. (adopted April, 2011)

Staff Contact

Jimelle Rumberg, Ph.D., CAE
Executive Director
Phone: (614) 457-6269
Email: jrumberg@ohfama.org

Luci Ridolfo, CAE
Assistant Executive Director
Phone: (614) 457-6269
Email: lridolfo@ohfama.org

OHFAMA maintains responsibility for the programming selection.

Objectives

Upon conclusion of the Annual Seminar, podiatric physicians will be able to:

Disclosure

Each speaker is required to disclose the existence of any financial and/or other relationships (i.e., employee, consultant, speaker’s bureau, grant recipient, research support) she or he might have with (a) manufacturer(s) of any commercial product(s) to be discussed during his/her presentation and/or (b) the commercial contributor(s) of the activity. Any such conflict will be announced by the individual introducing the speaker or by the speaker immediately preceding the lecture.

The Ohio Foot and Ankle Medical Association is approved by the Council on Podiatric Medical Education as a sponsor of continuing education in podiatric medicine.

 

 

2017-06-08 09:35:00 2017-06-10 09:35:00 America/Detroit The 101st Annual Ohio Foot & Ankle Scientific Seminar          June 8-10, 2017 Click here to Register OnlineClick here for the Scientific Seminar Brochure Click here for the Schedule at a GlanceClick here for the Physician Registration Form Assistants Program - Sold Out contact Luci Ridolfo to be placed on a waiting list, lridolfo@ohfama.org 2017 Exhibitor Information -  Click Here   Location: The seminar is held in Columbus, Ohio at the Hilton Easton, located within Easton Town Center. Mission Statement of The Annual Ohio Foot & Ankle Scientific Seminar: The Ohio Foot and Ankle Medical Association’s educational mission is to purposefully advance the art and science of podiatric medicine by providing the highest quality of didactic and clinical learning experiences to OHFAMA members, non-members, and their medical assistants, and shall include a variety of instructional sessions aimed at significantly enhancing patient care, treatment protocols and practice efficiency.  The program may include interactive educational adult learning methods and principles utilizing lectures, panel discussions, point-counterpoint, excuse the interruption forums, case studies, question and answer, handouts, audio visual materials (including media or narrations), hands-on workshops and roundtable discussions with moderators to achieve a well-rounded venue of postgraduate instruction. (adopted April, 2011) Staff Contact Jimelle Rumberg, Ph.D., CAEExecutive DirectorPhone: (614) 457-6269Email: jrumberg@ohfama.org Luci Ridolfo, CAE Assistant Executive DirectorPhone: (614) 457-6269Email: lridolfo@ohfama.org OHFAMA maintains responsibility for the programming selection. Objectives Upon conclusion of the Annual Seminar, podiatric physicians will be able to: be knowledgeably informed or remember information regarding podiatric conditions, maladies or circumstances relating to the practice of medicine and podiatry extrapolate by comprehension, understanding or perception the insight gained via lecture and discussion relating to the practice of medicine and podiatry formulate or infer by application case relevance relating to the practice of medicine and podiatry distinguish by analysis the appropriate modalities in the treatment, care and protocols of current trends, application and practices of medicine in podiatry generalize, synthesize, or deduce by classification ways to develop treatment protocols based on current literature and evidenced based medicine compare, contrast and evaluate judgment values for those ideas presented between medical and surgical applications  Disclosure Each speaker is required to disclose the existence of any financial and/or other relationships (i.e., employee, consultant, speaker’s bureau, grant recipient, research support) she or he might have with (a) manufacturer(s) of any commercial product(s) to be discussed during his/her presentation and/or (b) the commercial contributor(s) of the activity. Any such conflict will be announced by the individual introducing the speaker or by the speaker immediately preceding the lecture. The Ohio Foot and Ankle Medical Association is approved by the Council on Podiatric Medical Education as a sponsor of continuing education in podiatric medicine.     ---- Ohio Foot & Ankle Medical Association