An introduction from WOHC 2020 Chair -
Anthony Biascan, MD, MS, FACOEM


We will hold “live” interactive Q & A sessions and other events on the originally scheduled conference dates, September 23 - 26, 2020.

Pre-recorded sessions will be available to all registrants in the weeks before the conference.

Our lineup of timely, plenary topics include the following:

  • TB Guidelines and Policy Updates
  • Silicosis
  • Commercial Driving: COVID-related Changes
  • Occupational and Community Risks of COVID-19

In the months leading up to the main conference, we will host virtual, post-graduate sessions on popular topics, including:

  • Power Ortho: Foot/Ankle - A Foot Above the Rest
  • Updates in Internal Medicine - We’ve got you Covered
  • The Future of Spirometry/Pulmonary testing - Where do we go from here?

     

More details will be coming to your inbox soon, including a complete schedule with speaker details. You may register for the full conference or individual tracks. Registration is comped to all Residents and Students.

As always, please feel free to reach out to [email protected] with any questions or comments.

We look forward to "seeing" you in September!

WOHC 2020 Planning Committee

PRICING

WOHC 2020 Registration Fees

Full Conference

Each Track

Active Member $250 $75
Non-Member $350 $100
Associate $125 $40
Retired $125 $40
Residents / Students comped comped

Continuing medical education (CME) applications are being finalized and we anticipate around 14 hours of CME.

COMMERCIAL SUPPORT & EXHIBIT OPPORTUNITIES

WOEMA's Podcast Series

Recording podcasts had been in discussion at the WOEMA Education Committee level for some time, and with so many activities focused on webinars and WOHC, they had not yet come to fruition until COVID-19. With the pandemic came a need to develop up-to-date and often urgent information. The Co-Chairs of the Education Committee, Drs. Khan and Caretto, took it upon themselves to find prominent speakers in a short time. Starting in early April 2020, podcasts began being recorded and posted on the website, and new content is currently under consideration. The podcasts are approximately 20-35 min each, are non-CME, and free to access.

Click here to access our previous podcasts

Webinars

June 18 - Where There's Fire, There's Smoke. Will Wildfires Rage Alongside the Pandemic in 2020?

Presented by: Dr. John Balmes, Professor in the Divisions of Occupational and Environmental Medicine and Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital (ZSFG) and Director of the Northern California Center for Occupational and Environmental Health




Register Today!

Click here to access our previously aired webinars