BOMA-USA 2022 Virtual Conference
When: Saturday, November 12th. 8 am – 5 pm central time. (includes bonus access to the live banquet talks from 7-10 pm).
Cost: $300 for the full conference to include 8 hours of talks, two inspiring banquet presentations, new teaching resources, post-conference recordings and more. Contact us for financial need discounts.
Welcome and State of the Union
Talk 1: “Chronic Stress and Ovulatory Dysfunction”
Dr. Pilar Vigil, MD
“What they didn’t teach us in training about Fertility”
Dr. Mary Martin, MD
"Male Infertility Workup, a Proactive Approach"
Dr. Martin Owen, MD
“When, Where and How to Refer Your Clients for Medical Workup”
Dr. Danielle Koestner, DO
"How Nutrition Impacts Cycle Patterns"
Talk 1: "Welcome and Introductions"
Talk 2: "A meeting of the Minds and Hearts - John and Evelyn Billings"
Talk 3 Charting (Workshop) - "How to Approach the Follow-Up"
Panel Presentation on "Marketing: Pure and Simple"
“An Introduction to the Ambassador program.”
Emily Kennedy, MSc, RHN
“Hormonal Contraception and Side Effects - My Personal Testimony”
Ferely Correa, BS
"Sharing the Beauty of NFP with Pro-Life Evangelicals"
“Reproductive Technologies and the Gift of Children”
Dr DiAnn Ecret , Ph.D. MSN, RN, MA.
"ASPIRE to new heights within Marriage.”
Teen Star's approach targeting young adults and adolescents
Deacon Santiago Molina, MS
Father Daniel McCaffrey
Talk 2: “Steroid Hormones and their actions in the Woman's Brain.”
Dr. Pilar Vigil, MD
Being Called: The NFP Message at Home and Abroad
(Live Feed from Evening Banquet)
“NFP Mission Work by Sea in the Caribbean and by Land in Tanzania”
Dr. Danielle and Kyle Koestner
“Catholic Reproductive Health: Encouraging Marriage, Children and Chastity in a Time of Turmoil”
Most Rev. Bishop Joseph Strickland
Talk 1. "Pure and Simple"
Talk 2. "The Billings Foundation"
2022 BOMA Conference
Looking for Education Credits?
CME Credits (for Doctors)
Combined activities for the conference are approved for up to 11.25 AAFP-prescribed CME credits. Some of the activity will need to be accessed through recorded content on VitaeCME, including assessments completed by the attendee.
CNE Credits (for Nurses)
Continuing education activity has been approved for 4 contact hours by the Mississippi Nurses Foundation, Inc., an accredited provider approved by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. Approval Number: 3021-EDI-01. Credit granted for attendance at the following sessions:
1.) “Chronic Stress an Ovulatory Dysfunction” – 1 hour
2.) “What they didn’t teach us in residency about fertility.” – 1 hour
3.) “A meeting of the Minds and Hearts – John and Evelyn Billings” – 0.5 hour
4.) “When , Where and How to Refer Your Clients for Medical Workup” – 0.5 hour
5.) “Does the Women’s Life Stage Affect our Interpretation of the Charted Record? – 1 hour
No partial credit given. MISSISSIPPI NURSES FOUNDATION: 31 Woodgreen Place, Madison, MS 39110
The Planned Virtual Conference Agenda
We have been fortunate to attract a great line-up of speakers for our conference this year. Below is our planned agenda with confirmed final speaker line-up, talk titles and the planned order of these great presentations.