National Medical Association Annual Convention and Scientific Assembly

Registration

The National Medical Association offers five easy ways to register for the Convention:

  1. online
  2. by phone (866.210.5133)

Reminder: The online Convention registration process requires you to register using the same membership category that is indicated in NMA’s database. To make your registration experience as stress-free as possible, you may wish to first check your membership status and category.

ACCESS RATES

Early Bird (Through June 9, 2020)Regular (June 15- July 19, 2020)(Beginning July 20, 2020)

MD/DO/DPMMembers$75

Non-Members$695

Residents/Fellows*Free

Students*Free

NMA Member Emerituswaived

CME Credits and Certificates Fee – $125 (This is in addition to the access fees above).

CANCELLATION AND REFUNDS

Cancellations must be in writing and postmarked by July 24, 2020 to receive a full refund. No refunds after July 24, 2020. NMA membership dues and NMA Donations are not refundable.

EMERITUS REGISTRATION RATE

To receive the Emeritus Member rate, attendees must be classified as an Emeritus member of NMA.

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My Convention Story by Michal A. Young M. D, FAAP, FABM

The NMA Convention is a unique and empowering gathering of African Americans physicians and others of color in the health care fields. Because the NMA consists of multiple disciplines I am able to update in my field of Pediatrics as well as in other areas that are important for my own health and wellness! I am able to participate in substantive policy and political strategy discussions as well as reunion time with classmates and colleagues. Additionally it’s an opportunity to mentor students and residents of color. It is the one medical conference that I will continue to attend even when I retire from the clinical practice of Medicine.

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Highlight from the History of the NMA

In 1909, the first Journal of the National Medical Association was published. The journal published articles about medical practice as well as information about the state of African American doctors in the United States.

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