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Welcome AOGME (formerly AODME) Members!

Dear Member:

We’re thrilled to welcome you to AACOM as a valued member of the former Association of Osteopathic Directors and Medical Educators (AODME), now the Assembly of Osteopathic Graduate Medical Educators (AOGME).

All AODME members, including you, have been transitioned to an AOGME membership. This transition took place January 1, after months of careful planning and consideration. AOGME seeks to build and grow AODME's role as the premier professional membership solely focused on supporting and advancing osteopathic GME.    Read full President's message.


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Chair's Message

  • Sep 26, 2018

    Welcoming Residents and Fellows; AACOM Council Leadership Meeting

    This month, AOGME is excited to open membership opportunities to residents and fellows! Through the work of a 10-member advisory group, the AOGME board approved a proposed strategic plan and bylaws to help organize the Residents and Fellows Council—both of which active AOGME members are currently voting on.


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Preventing Suicide in Healthcare Setting

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Date:
 Wednesday, November 7, 2018
Presenter: Bettina Bernstein, DO

The Joint Commission designated suicide a sentinel event. Suicide is the 2nd leading cause of death for US youth age 10 to 24 and accounts for 5,900 of 40,000 deaths from suicide each year. This webinar will give participants the tools to better screen for suicide and thus be part of a lifesaving network of care. Register for the webinar.


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