Ticketed Events are your chance to enhance your conference experience during CME/CE session breaks by attending additional learning opportunities, such as clinical training programs, non-CME/CE Industry Theaters, and workshops.

You can add Ticketed Events to your itinerary as early as 8 weeks prior to the conference, either during registration or by logging into the Registration Resource Center if you are already registered.

Industry Theaters

Is It Time to Reconsider Your Treatment Strategy in Your Patients With T2D?
8:55−9:40am | Room 213, Level 2
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Sponsored by Novo Nordisk

Explore efficacy and safety data for 2 GLP-1 RA options for adults with T2D. A data review from pivotal glycemic control trials as well as cardiovascular outcomes data will be presented.

An Update on the Management of Depressive, Manic, and Mixed Episodes of Bipolar I Disorder
8:55−9:40am | Room 210, Level 2
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Sponsored by Allergan

A Treatment Option for Locally Advance Basel Cell Carcinoma
8:55−9:40am | Room 209, Level 2
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Sponsored by Sun Pharma

Axial Spondyloarthritis (axSpA)
8:55−9:40am | Room 207, Level 2
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Sponsored by Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corporation

Addressing HIV Prevention With People At Risk
8:55−9:40am | Room 204, Level 2
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Sponsored by Gilead Sciences, Inc.

Addressing and discussing HIV risk is an important part of sexual health care. In this presentation, audiences will learn about the prevalence of HIV risk and HIV risk factors that people may face. Content will include an overview of clinical trial data and hypothetical profiles of people at risk of HIV, to facilitate an interactive discussion and help educate providers on an HIV prevention option.


Hands-On Workshop: New Manual Medicine Techniques for Treating Upper Back and Neck Injuries
8:45−10:45am | Wednesday, May 6
Earn up to 2 CME/CE credits

Faculty: Frank J. Domino, MDSteve Messineo, DPT; and Mark Powicki, PT, DPT, CSCS

Many musculo-skeletal complaints can be treated by manual medicine techniques, lessening the use of pain medication and improving patient outcomes. Osteopathically trained physicians learn these in depth; but the basics can be learned by any clinician. This workshop will focus on rapid physical exam and treatment techniques that you can easily integrate into your practice. The patient will walk out of your office feeling better, with a useful patient education handout and a referral to physical therapy, rather than a handful of prescriptions, an x-ray order and a referral to orthopedics.