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MOA Partners on 2017 Legislative & Public Policy Conference
Wednesday, February 15, 2017:
The Michigan Osteopathic Association (MOA) will once again partner with the Michigan Society of Association Executives (MSAE) on the Legislative & Public Policy Conference. The conference  features balanced and thought-provoking dialogue on legislation and public policy issues impacting Michigan residents and the associations that serve them. The MOA's Dr. Best and Dr. Bell will be featured in the pre-conference session:
Opioid Epidemic - Exploring the Workplace Impact at Wednesday, 9:30 am.
For more information visit: www.msae.org/LegPub

LARALARA Establishing Rules on Identifying Victims of Human Trafficking: The Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA) is currently working on requirements for training physicians on identifying victims of human trafficking. New rules have been added to the ÔÇťOSTEOPATHIC MEDICINE AND SURGERY - GENERAL RULES" (link).  The issue is incredibly heartbreaking and the MOA is committed to sharing any information on training and what can be done to help stop human trafficking. For more information visit our StopHumanTrafficking webpage: www.domoa.org/stophumantrafficking

Flu Vaccination Locations: We are still in the flu season. As always, we encourage the flu shot for those that can to protect those that can't. Wondering where to get the shot? It has never been easier:http://vaccine.healthmap.org/

Deadly opioid carfentanil potentially in Michigan: Urgent announcement from Michigan Department of Health and Human Services Carfentanil presents a great danger to the general public, first responders and healthcare workers--http://bit.ly/2d1HC


   
 

 

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