Ten Reasons Everything Was Bigger At TexMed 2019
By David Doolittle

TexMed 2019 is officially in the books.

The Texas Medical Association’s annual conference, this year held in Dallas, featured physician leaders from around the state conducting TMA business, networking with colleagues from multiple specialties, and attending interdisciplinary CME programs.

If you want to be a part of it next year, save the date for TexMed 2020, which is set for May 1-2 in Fort Worth.

It’s free for TMA members and your practice staff.

To get you excited for next year, check out these 10 things that made TexMed 2019 so awesome.

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Informative and entertaining talks from respected medical professionals, such as Seattle pediatrician Wendy Sue Swanson, MD (top), and New York City addiction specialist Lipi Roy, MD.


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TMA members having their say on official TMA policy during the House of Delegates meeting.

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Of course, it wasn’t all business when the delegates met. (That’s then-House Speaker Susan Strate, MD, with the lasso.)


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Networking with physicians from every specialty and from all over the state.

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Participating in more than 80-plus hours of free CME.

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Clowning around with friends new and old at the TMA Foundation gala.

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More than 81 exhibitors and 11 sponsors were set up throughout the Expo Hall.

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TMA, TMA Foundation, and TMA Alliance leaders were elected and sworn in.


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Members honoring friends, colleagues, students, teachers, and more for outstanding service to medicine.

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Being a part of TMA outreach programs like Walk With a Doc Texas and Hard Hats for Little Heads.

Last Updated On

May 28, 2019

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Dave Doolittle is editor of Texas Medicine and Texas Medicine Today. Dave grew up in Austin, where he attended culinary school as well as the University of Texas. He spent years covering Central Texas for the Austin American-Statesman newspaper. He is the father of two girls, a proud Longhorn, and an avid motorsports fan.

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