The Obesity Society Review Course for the American Board of Obesity Medicine Exam

Coincides with ObesityWeek 2017
October 29 & 30, Washington, DC

Enhance your Exam Preparation

Live and take-home sample exam questions

Taught by the Industry's Top Experts

Keep you at the forefront in this important new field

16 hours of Continuing Education

· Breakfast Q&A with speakers
· Didactic lectures
· 100+ page educational workbook

In Association With

The Obesity Society Review Course for the ABOM at ObesityWeek
Oct 29-30, 2017

As a pre-conference to ObesityWeek, TOS offers our Review Course for the American Board of Obesity Medicine Exam where participants can earn 16 hours of continuing education. Taught by the industry’s top educators, the Course is designed to strengthen physicians’ obesity knowledge and offers live and take-home sample exam questions, an online study community, didactic lectures and a 100+ page educational workbook.

Register for ObesityWeek with the Review Course, and you can get all 30 hrs of ABOM-required “Group 1” CME in one trip—and spend less time out of the office.

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ABOM: Why Certify?

“The ABOM is the single board certification which illustrates your commitment to the care of patients with overweight and obesity. Since this is the most prominent chronic disease in the US, it is essential to have physicians that are educated and vested in treatment.”

Fatima Cody Stanford, MD, MPH, MPA, FAAP, FTOS

Department of Internal Medicine- Gastroenterology, Department of Pediatrics- Endocrinology, Obesity Medicine & Nutrition, Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School

“As a practicing physician, I was impressed that the ABOM certification exam covered clinical competency and had questions that were obviously written by clinicians. It’s quite clear that being ABOM-certified will demonstrate that the diplomate has the tools to care for this challenging population.”

Ken Fujioka, MD

Director of Center for Weight Management, Director of the Nutrition and Metabolic Research Center, Scripps Clinic, Department of Diabetes and Endocrine

“The TOS Review Course is extremely valuable for any physician planning to take the ABOM Exam.  It is taught by expert leaders in the field and is conveniently offered as an ObesityWeek pre-conference.  You can attend the conference, take the Review Course, and a few months later – get ABOM certified!”

F. Xavier Pi-Sunyer, MD

Professor of Medicine, Columbia University

“Being an ABOM Diplomate, I can attest to the value of being ABOM certified.  It’s strengthened my knowledge and competency on obesity and overweight ensuring I can provide my patients with the best possible care and information.”

Quang Nguyen, MD

Medical Director, Las Vegas Endocrinology

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Course Chair



Associate Professor of Medicine, University of Colorado

Dr. Adam Gilden Tsai practices internal medicine and obesity medicine at Kaiser Permanente. He is also Associate Professor of Medicine at the University of Colorado. Prior to working at Kaiser Permanente, he had a 12 year career in academic medicine, conducting clinical trials and epidemiologic research in obesity. He has over 50 peer reviewed publications, including publications in Annals of Internal Medicine, JAMA, and the New England Journal of Medicine. He currently serves as the clinical lead in adult obesity prevention and treatment for Kaiser’s Care Management Institute, where he works to develop national guidelines for treatment of obesity for Kaiser’s 11 million members.

Frequently Asked Questions

Pricing & Cutoff Dates

Advanced registration rate: $625.  Ends 9/22.
Regular registration rate: $650.

Where is the course located?

Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center
Woodrow Wilson A, Ballroom Level
Washington, DC

Which sessions are included in the course?

Oct 29 (Day 1)

7:30am Introduction to Review Course and ABOM Presentation
7:45am Pediatric Assessment and Treatment of Obesity
Susan J Woolford, MD MPH
10:00am Adult Assessment and Treatment of Obesity
William T Donahoo, MD
11:00am Board Style Q&A: Pediatric and Adult Assessment and Treatment of Obesity
12:00pm Lunch
12:45pm Pathophysiology: Energy Metabolism as It Relates to Treatment 
Michael D Jensen, MD
3:30pm Surgical Treatment of Obesity
5:00pm Board Style Q&A: Pathophysiology and Surgical Treatment of Obesity

Oct 30 (Day 2)

6:30am Breakfast
7:30am Weight Management Pharmacotherapy
10:15am Practice Management
11:15am Board Style Q&A: Pharmacotherapy and Practice Management
12:15pm Lunch
1:00pm Nutrition
Maria Collazo-Clavell, MD
2:00pm The Importance of Physical Activity for the Prevention and Management of Overweight and Obesity 
John M Jakicic, PhD FTOS
3:15pm Behavioral Aspects of Obesity Management
Patrick M O’Neil, PhD FTOS
4:15pm Board Style Q&A: Nutrition, Physical Activity and Behavioral Management of Obesity

The Obesity Society Review Course for the American Board of Obesity Medicine Exam

Coincides with ObesityWeek 2017
October 29 & 30, Washington, DC