Celebrating 125 Years of AACOM and Osteopathic Medical Education
Pride Month: Advocating for Acceptance & Inclusion
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Applications Now Being Accepted
Interested in becoming a doctor of osteopathic medicine? The 2023-24 application cycle is open.
Access Conference Recordings Online
Educating Leaders 2023 attendees will be able to access recorded, on-demand and poster sessions via the online platform now through July 31, 2023.
Celebrating 125 Years of AACOM
Hear from a diverse group of osteopathic medical educators on the past, present and future of osteopathic medicine.
Did You Know?
Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine Nationally Recognized for Primary Care and Practicing in Rural and Underserved Areas
May 11, 2023
U.S. News & World Report grants three colleges of osteopathic medicine top marks
AACOM Announces Shane Speights, DO, as New Chair of Board of Deans
May 01, 2023
Dr. Speights succeeds H. William Craver, DO, who retired at the end of April.
AACOM Announces New Senior Vice President of Medical Education
April 28, 2023
ARCOM Dean Rance McClain, DO, to begin role July 3rd
Membership Has Its Benefits
AACOM offers unique benefits for COM faculty, staff, students, residents and fellows. Discover resources to help advance your career across the osteopathic medical education continuum.
Strategies to Advance GME Growth in Medically Underserved Rural and Urban Areas
June 20, 2023 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM
The goal of this event is to provide the latest information, resources and technical assistance on GME growth to COM leadership.
Is It Burnout or Moral Injury?
June 28, 2023 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM
In this webinar, Dr. Shiby Abraham will explain the differences between burnout, moral distress and moral injury; discuss the effects of moral injury in healthcare; and review methods to prevent and address moral injury.
EQ>IQ for Physicians
August 2, 2023 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM
In this AOGME webinar, Dr. Jordan Spencer will teach the value of interpersonal skills and their necessity in the practice of medicine.
Check Out The Latest Reports
More than 6,100 expected first-year students responded to AACOM’s Entering Student Survey. Thirty-two percent of these students plan to specialize in one of the primary care disciplines of family medicine, general internal medicine or general pediatrics.