Learning Center

To better serve our members, the Michigan Osteopathic Association offers online opportunities for Continuing Medical Education (CME) credits through the MOA Learning Center. Each course or online event offers AOA Category 1-A CME credits. The MOA Learning Center utilizes the CE21 Learning Management System to deliver CME sessions and document credits with evaluations. The MOA will offer both live events and on demand sessions using the same great speakers who would normally be presenters at in-person conventions. Once you have used the Learning Center you will have a profile established that will allow you to access available sessions, view speaker profiles, track CME credits gained through the system and generate CME certificates based on the sessions completed.  

Reminder: Your account with the MOA website (www.domoa.org) is separate from the Learning Center. 

Learning Center platform

For questions, please contact: 
Melissa Budd
[email protected]

Online CME program privacy and confidentiality statement

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Online CME event

After surveying our membership and analyzing the current situation regarding COVID-19, the Michigan Osteopathic Association has made the decision to cancel the in-person convention that is annually held in Grand Rapids. In its place, the MOA will provide CME sessions online in the same manner Spring CME sessions were presented. The speakers for this event are being selected and registration is open.

If you participated in the Spring CME event, your profile is already established. If you are new to the MOA Learning Center, register for the Autumn CME event and your profile will be established a week before the event. 

Registration for Autumn CME Event
Registration form for mail-in/fax (PDF)

Spring Sessions On Demand 

This program features speakers from the virtual CME event held on June 13 & 14. These on demand online CME sessions are available to you from the time of purchase. 14.25 CME credits are offered for this event. We appreciate all of the support from our members and we look forward to creating a positive online experience in these challenging times. 

Session Highlights: 
COVID-19 Update ◦ Cardiology ◦ Pain Management ◦ OMT Philosophy ◦ Addiction and Recovery ◦ Women’s Health ◦ Functional & Integrative Medicine 

The Learning Center will include the sessions, handouts, speaker bios & headshots, evaluations, CME information and CME certificates

Register for Spring Sessions On Demand


Nuts and Bolts
Online CME Sessions 
Back to the Basics – The Nuts and Bolts of Primary Care 
Virtual CME sessions via MOA Learning Center

7 Sessions. 7 AOA Category 1-A credits

Emerging Mosquito Transmitted Illnesses: Michigan and Beyond
Presenter: Adam Hunt, DO

Patient Family Engagement
Presenter: Gary Roth, DO, MBA, FACOS, FCCM, FACS

Dermatology Top Ten
Presenter: Cory Rubin, MD, FAAD

Four Models of Care Appearing in Your Neighborhood
Presenter: Ewa Matuszewski, CEO, MEDNETONE

CBD Updates and information
Presenter: Brooke Weingarden, DO, MPH

LGBTQ+ Health in General (disparities, terminology, cultural competence)
Presenter: Jessica Heselschwerdt, MD

Electronic Cigarette/Vaping Associated Lung Injury, an Update
Presenter: Nick Poponea, DO

The Michigan Osteopathic Association (MOA) is accredited by the American Osteopathic Association to
provide osteopathic continuing medical education for physicians.
The MOA designates this program for a maximum of 7 AOA Category 1-A credits and will report CME and
specialty credits commensurate with the extent of the physician’s participation in this activity.

Register for online CME: Nuts and Bolts of Primary Care


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