The Texas Medical Association Board of Trustees unanimously agreed to cancel the Fall Conference Sept. 17-18 due to the pandemic and its continued stress on the health care system. “We need to be at our patients’ bedsides, emergency rooms, hospitals, and in our offices as COVID surges across the state,” Rick Snyder, board chair TMA Board of Trustees said.
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The Texas Medical Association is launching a new “Ask the Expert” virtual series to bring members direct access to professional experts who can answer questions on legal, practice management, advocacy, and regulatory topics.
TMA Leadership Development programming is designed to help you build your leadership skills, enhance your resume, boost your career and gain an understanding of how you can make a a positive impact in your field, your association, and your community.
See the list of upcoming TMA/AMA meetings through 2021. Plan ahead and mark your calendar to join your colleagues at First Tuesdays, Fall and Winter Leadership Conferences, and more.
The Texas CME Professional Development Conference provides attendees with CME updates, shared best practices, and networking with CME peers.
The 2022 Winter Conference will take place on January 28-29 at the Hyatt Regency Austin.
Save the Date!Join your colleagues in person or online - or both - next April for TexMed 2022 in Houston.
Fall Conference – Canceled
"Ask the Expert" Virtual SeriesSept. 17, Oct. 21, Nov. 17
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