Assembly of Osteopathic Graduate Medical Educators

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In this time of rapid change, AOGME seeks to offer connections with members to help support and share perspectives, challenges, guidance and information. Beginning in April, AOGME is hosting open forums for members to share experiences, challenges and approaches to addressing pandemic-related, and other issues, in graduate medical education. Contact us at aogme@aacom.org for more information. 

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 Educating Leaders 2023, Baltimore, April 26-28


Meet the New RFC Board Members

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Meet the New RFC Board Members

Dimitri Tito, DO
Dimitri Tito,

Maria Jones, DO
Maria Jones,

Mustafa Basree DO, MS
Mustafa Basree

Linda Logan, DO
Linda Logan,

Are you a OMS-III or OMS-IV? Sign up to learn more about the Residents and Fellows Council!

The Residents and Fellows Council (RFC) is a special membership within AACOM’s Assembly of Osteopathic Graduate Medical Educators (AOGME) specifically for resident and fellow physicians. The RFC serves as a platform for members to exchange ideas, network, and gain access to professional development opportunities.

The RFC also serves as a forum for members to voice concerns, suggestions, and expectations to national medical education leaders. The RFC wants to maintain connection with medical students as they prepare for the transition to residency. Join the new listserv to get invitations to webinars, meetings and engage with residents and fellows! 

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AOGME Residents and Fellows Council (RFC) Webinar on Residency Post-Interview Tips and Match Strategies

Date: Monday, January 23, 2023
Presenters: Dimitri Tito, DO; Linda Logan, DO; Allison Daniel, DO; Mustafa Basree, DO, MS; Maria Jones, DO; Anita Albritton

Join us for a webinar on preparing for residency match presented by the AOGME RFC Executive Board. This webinar will focus on post-interview match tips for residency applicants and tips on how to formulate your program rank list.
Register for the webinar.

How to Look Good on Paper: Building an effective CV during medical school for residency applications and beyond

Date: Wednesday, November 30, 2022
Presenters: Katie Harden, MBA; Angela Walker, DO; Douglas W. Harley, DO; John Casey, DO, MA; Kenneth Heiles, DO

In this webinar, AACOM's Council on Residency Placement (CORP) provides information and guidance to osteopathic medical students. Students will learn how to build a solid foundation for their curriculum vitae (CV) in medical school that will set them up for success in residency. The presenters include a panel of residency program directors from a variety of specialties, including orthopedic surgery, emergency medicine and more. The panelists discuss items on a CV that are specific to their specialties and strategies students should adopt when developing their own.
View this webinar.

Realizing our Potential as Healers: Professional Identity Formation

Date: Wednesday, November 16, 2022
Presenters: Dennis H. Novack, MD

Join us for a joint webinar hosted by AOGME, the Academy for Professionalism in Health Care (APHC) and Professional Formation featuring Dr. Dennis H. Novack, Professor of Medicine & Associate Dean of Medical Education at Drexel University College of Medicine and the founder of Professional Formation. He will discuss the biopsychosocial model of medicine, how learners evolve through medical school, the physician charter, unprofessional behavior and how professional identity formation can mitigate those behaviors. Dr. Novack will discuss the elements of professional formation, such as self-awareness, reflective practice, personal growth and maturity, and what faculty can teach, learn and role-model to enhance professional identity formation.

After attending this webinar, participants will be able to:
• Describe the 4 goals of medical education
• Describe the biopsychosocial model
• Name the commitments in the physician charter
• Adopt the goals of professional formation
• Name Kegan’s stages of adult development

AOGME is proud to partner with APHC and Professional Formation for this webinar. For more information about APHC, please visit https://academy-professionalism.org/ and for Professional Formation, please visit https://webcampus.med.drexel.edu/PCH/ProfessionalFormation/

View the webinar recording.

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