About AAO Convocation
In 2018, the AAO’s Convocation attracted more than 1,200 registered attendees, mostly practicing osteopathic physicians, residents, and medical students.
The majority of physician attendees specialize in family medicine and other primary care fields, and many attendees are believers in complementary and alternative medicine. Many make their major yearly purchases at Convocation, and they rely on this event to learn about new medical programs, equipment and other innovations.
About AOASM Clinical Conference
The exposition is designed to update sports medicine practitioners’ knowledge of products, information, services, literature, and equipment pertinent to the treatment of their patients. Exhibited materials must enhance the education of the attendees.
In 2019, the AOASM Clinical Conference with another organization brought together about 400 osteopathic sports medicine physicians.
The Convocation exhibit hall is conveniently located adjacent to the lecture area and breakout sessions. While practicing osteopathic physicians attend lectures each morning and breakout sessions each afternoon, osteopathic medical students attend breakout sessions each morning and lectures each afternoon.
The exhibit hall is perfectly situated for maximum exposure as physicians and students move between lectures and breakout sessions.
Exhibit Booths open for purchase:
Corner - 114 115 116 117 229 323 328 329
Aisle - 304 325 326 327
What should you exhibit?
Computer equipment and programs, including electronic health record systems
Medical office equipment
Osteopathic manipulative treatment tables
Pharmaceutical products and information
Preventive, nutritional, and similar products
Other services that may benefit physicians
What is included?
Booth space is 10 feet wide and 10 feet deep
Rear 8-foot drape
Three-foot-high side rail drapes
Booth sign with booth number and exhibitor name
Six-foot draped table
Two side chairs
Security when the exhibit is closed
Self-service exhibitor virtual portal
Virtual exhibitor “booth” from the Monday before Convention through 60 days after Convocation concludes
What are the benefits?
Custom Convocation app means your company information is available on demand
Exclusive opening reception in the exhibit hall
Dedicated attendees visit times for the exhibit hall
Lunch is available for purchase in the exhibit hall on Thursday and Friday
Company listing in the Convocation app
Virtual “booth space” in the Convocation app beginning March 21st, 2022, during Convocation, and for 60 days post-event
Listing on the website as an exhibitor
Complimentary advertising in the Convocation digital workbook
Choice of booth space (first-come, first-served basis)
Company name listed in AAO Member News, the AAO member newsletter
Company name listed in the AOASM Sidelines Digital Newsletter
Post-Convocation spreadsheet of attendees
Corner booth exhibitors: company logo on the AAO and AOASM websites
The American Academy of Osteopathy (AAO) has awarded the 2021 Andrew Taylor Still Medallion of Honor to John M. Jones, DO, of Petal, Mississippi.
Walter C. Ehrenfeuchter, DO, FAAO, of Suwanee, Georgia, received the Fellow of American Academy of Osteopathy Distinguished (FAAO) Service Award.