Join us for this outstanding educational opportunity: The Obesity Society Review Course for the American Board of Obesity Medicine Exam. We have worked hard to make this the best ABOM Review course available. Our highest priority is to provide the most stimulating educational experience that leads you to successful completion of the ABOM Exam and becoming an ABOM Diplomat. We have been fortunate to have a large group of well-known experts in their respective fields as faculty for this course.

TOS Review Course follows the ABOM rubric, giving you the most concise and yet sufficiently detailed material to enhance your knowledge of the exam materials and exam questions. Included in your registration is a course workbook will not only be a great help during the course but also enhance your pre-exam study sessions.

Extend your learning by registering for ObesityWeek Scientific Sessions, and earn the required GROUP ONE 30 CME credit hours in one conference! The Obesity Society’s Education Committee has selected sessions that will be the most useful as you prepare for the exam. These select sessions are listed on the interactive schedule under the tag, ‘Obesity Medicine Exam Prep Track.’

This is a two-day course. See Day 2


7:30am Introduction to Review Course and ABOM Presentation
Adam G Tsai, MD MSCE FACP
7:45am Adult Assessment and Treatment of Obesity
William T Donahoo, MD
8:45am Pediatric Assessment and Treatment of Obesity
Dr. Joseph Skelton, MD MS
11:00am Board Style Q&A: Pediatric and Adult Assessment and Treatment of Obesity
William T Donahoo, MD; Dr. Joseph Skelton, MD MS
12:45pm Nutrition
Maria Collazo-Clavell, MD
1:45pm The Importance of Physical Activity for the Prevention and Management of Overweight and Obesity
John M Jakicic, PhD FTOS
2:45pm Board Style Q&A: Nutrition & Physical Activity
John M Jakicic, PhD FTOS; Maria Collazo-Clavell, MD
3:30pm Behavioral Aspects of Obesity Management
Patrick M O'Neil, PhD
4:30pm Weight Management Pharmacotherapy
Harold E Bays, MD FTOS FACC FACE FNLA
5:30pm Board Style Q&A: Behavior and Pharmacotherapy
Harold E Bays, MD FTOS FACC FACE FNLA; Patrick M O'Neil, PhD