Register for the 2021 AAPPM Winter Virtual Conference

January 2021 Virtual Conference

With all the challenges 2020 threw at us to overcome, it’s more important than ever that 2021 gets off to a great start. That’s why we hope you can join us in January for our AAPPM Winter Virtual Conference.

This fully online conference will feature inspiring and educational sessions hosted by experts in podiatry and practice management. Head into the new year on the right foot as we all prepare to grow and thrive, no matter what 2021 throws at us!

AAPPM is approved by the Council on Podiatric Medical Education (CPME) as a provider of continuing education in Podiatric Medicine. This program has qualified for 3.0 continuing education contact hours.

This program is also approved for 7.0 Executive Manager CMOM-POD certification credits.

When is the AAPPM Winter Virtual Conference?

The AAPPM Winter Virtual Conference will be held over one weekend:

  • Saturday, January 9 – 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. ET
  • Sunday, January 10 – 9:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. ET

You may register for both days of the virtual conference or either day individually, if you prefer. Please click the registration button above for options and further information. The cut-off date for registration is January 7, 2021.

View the most current updates to the agenda, including scheduled times and CE/CMOM-POD credits offered, by clicking below.

UPDATED: Our Theme and Agenda

The theme for the 2021 AAPPM Virtual Winter Conference is:

21 Ideas to Thrive in 2021

Both days will be packed with tips and advice for a wide range of practice areas, including marketing, finances, treatments and more.

Featured sessions include:

  • Marketing Your Practice in 2021: The Fundamentals and Pro Tips – Rem Jackson; Melissa Lockwood, DPM; Misty McNeill, DPM; Andrew Schneider, DPM; Chad Barth; Denise Harshbarger
  • Chart Like Your Livelihood Depends Upon It… It Does! – John Guiliana, DPM
  • Implementing Skin Substitutes/CTPs into Your Office Practice – Jeffrey Lehrman, DPM
  • How to Prepare for an Audit – Alan Bass, DPM
  • 15 Pearls for a New Practitioner, From a New Practitioner – Luke Hunter, DPM
  • Including New Services in a Profitable Way – Andrew Schneider, DPM
  • Using TikTok to Market Your Practice – Eji Shobowale, DPM
  • Pediatric Flatfeet: The Treatment Imperative! – Louis DeCaro, DPM