You’re invited! Medical & Health Symposium is April 7 – 9

By Debi Kroninger, Chief of Medical Operations

Register today for this three-day event full of educational, informative, and inspirational sessions with continuing education opportunities.

The 2022 Medical & Health Symposium is right around the corner and our team is excited to offer medical and legal professionals around the world a free, online event packed with renowned experts in their fields along with inspiring sessions about personal triumph. Last year was the first symposium held virtually and registration increased to over 4,700 attendees with more exhibitors than ever before. Once again, this year you can attend the symposium from anywhere online.

This year we are offering a rare educational experience showcasing a live orthopedic surgery during one of our sessions. In addition, we will feature sessions on return to work, pharmacogenetics and opioid use disorder, COVID-19 and long-term effects, the aging eye, orthopedic injuries, alternative pain treatments, legal terms in a medical world, and more.

New this year, we are seeking continuing education approval for all symposium sessions over the three-day event. Our request includes 19 health care and legal professions. We will keep you updated.

Register here today!

Stay tuned to our provider newsletter and future BWC blogs for the full schedule. The next blog will feature our symposium speaker lineup including one who is featured in a book and Netflix movie.

If you are interested in becoming an exhibitor at this year’s symposium, click here to learn more. I look forward to bringing you another exceptional Medical & Health Symposium

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