Join us Oct. 5-9, 2018, in San Diego for five days of inspiration, connection and medical education.
☺ Learn, connect and celebrate
How much education, inspiration, networking and entertainment can you pack into five days?
Staying Well at OMED
Make time in your fast-paced schedule to focus on your wellness whether it's taking a moment for self-guided meditation, getting a flu shot or squeezing in a yoga session.
Stop by the Experience Zone's OMED Central area on Saturday, Sunday and Monday for cutting-edge talks on resident wellness, LGBTQ care and kindness in patient care.
Whether you're interested in specialty topics or osteopathic research, you can enjoy good food and connect with like-minded colleagues at our new Dine Around program.
Meet the OMED 18 Keynote Speakers
Stop by the general sessions on Oct. 5 to hear from health care innovator Nicholas J. Webb and Oct. 6 to hear health care policy expert Peter B. Bach, MD, MAPP.
BIOM International Seminar
Hear the latest on social medicine, ethics and providing care in a global context in this globally-focused track on Saturday, Oct. 6.
AOF Honors Gala
Recognize some the osteopathic medical profession's best and brightest on Oct. 5 during the American Osteopathic Foundation's annual awards dinner.
Public Health Track
Discover the latest public health resources available during sessions on treating substance use disorders and advancing health equity among racial and ethnic groups.
Research Focus Track
Make connections with new and seasoned researchers during eye-opening didactic sessions and learn about the impact their latest findings have on osteopathic medicine.
Sunday Evening Block Party
End your weekend with networking and entertainment at the OMED Block Party on Sunday, Oct. 7, at the Convention Center.
Get in the Zone
Stop by the opening welcome reception on Saturday, Oct. 6, in the Experience Zone. Then come back to OMED Central throughout the conference to relax and network.
General Session Keynotes Explore Health Care Disruption and Innovation
Join us for thought-provoking general sessions featuring health care futurist Nicholas Webb and policy expert Peter Bach, MD