Obesity Education Conferences, Events, and Webinars

Attend one of OMA’s upcoming obesity conferences or events. You’ll learn from industry-leading experts on how to implement the latest obesity treatment techniques and have the opportunity to network, share ideas, and build relationships with obesity medicine clinicians in your city or state.

Looking for online obesity education? Check out our schedule of upcoming obesity webinars or our on-demand learning library, the Obesity Medicine Academy.


Upcoming Webinars

Throughout the year, OMA offers live, accredited obesity webinars to help you learn critical skills for treating obesity and advancing your career in obesity medicine. Registration to all webinars is free for OMA members.

  • February 2 @ 12:00 PM (Eastern)
    Updates on Pediatric Obesity- FREE (Sponsored Live Webinar) Non-CME

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    In this webinar sponsored by Vivus, Dr. Sakowitz will cover the current definition of obesity, the harmful nature of obesity, and the latest prevalence of childhood obesity in the USA. The audience will be introduced to some of the possible causes/risk factors for childhood obesity. The webinar will review the current recommendations and data supporting both prevention and treatment of childhood obesity.

    Speakers: Sherry Sakowitz, MD Founder and Director of Health LifeWays Center for Pediatric Weight Management

    Accreditation: Non-CME/CE

    Registration: FREE

  • February 9 @ 11:00 AM (Eastern)
    Obesity and Obesity Paradox in Cardiovascular Disease (Live Webinar)

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    In this webinar, Dr. Carl Lavie will discuss the adverse effects that obesity has on the major CVD risk factors and to increase almost all CVD. However, despite these facts, patients with obesity and established CVD often have a better short and medium-term prognosis than do leaner patients with the same CVD. This is termed the obesity paradox. Considering this, Dr. Lavie will also discuss the potential for weight reduction, especially with increased levels of physical activity and exercise that also increases cardiorespiratory fitness (CRF) and discuss the role of CRF on the obesity paradox.

    Speakers: Carl Lavie, Jr., MD, FACC, FACP, FCCP

    Accreditation: 1 CME/CE

    Registration: Free for Members | $25.20 for Non-members

  • February 16 @ 12:00 PM (Eastern)
    Complications in Determining Energy Expenditure (Live Webinar)

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    Clinicians are likely familiar with total energy expenditure being comprised of resting energy expenditure, diet induced thermogenesis, and physical activity. However, there are other less well-known factors that affect total energy expenditure, complicating both its estimation and measurement. The goal of this session is to familiarize participants with several of these factors using a case-based format.

    Speakers: Justin Tondt, MD

    Accreditation: 1 CME/CE

    Registration: Free for Members | $25.20 for Non-members

  • February 21 @ 7:00 PM (Eastern)
    Getting Anti-Obesity Medications (AOMs) Covered: A Primer in Patient Advocacy

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    This webinar will review the obesity medicine clinician’s role in advocacy efforts as it relates to patient access to AOMs on both a macro as well as micro level.  Through a panel-based discussion based on lived experience in their various practice locales, participants will hear from key members of the OMA’s Advocacy Committee including remarks from Chris Gallagher, the OMA’s consultant on advocacy and policy matters. 

    Speakers: Justin Tondt, MD

    Accreditation: Non CME/CE

    Registration: Free for Members | Free for Non-members


Future OMA Bi-Annual Conferences

April 19 – 23, 2023: Obesity Medicine 2023 | New York City, NY

October 25 – 29, 2023: Overcoming Obesity 2023 | San Antonio, TX

April 24 – 28, 2024: Obesity Medicine 2024 | Denver, CO

April 23-27, 2025: Obesity Medicine 2025 | National Harbor, MD

April 8-12, 2026: Obesity Medicine 2026 | San Diego, CA

March 31-April 4, 2027: Obesity Medicine 2027 | Orlando, FL