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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!


Learn more about the Residents and Fellows Council

Why connect with the RFC?

  • Learn more about the Residents and Fellows Council and how you can participate now and in the future.
  • Get access to members-only webinars on a range of topics including how to prepare for your residency interview, residency tips and more.
  • Network with GME professionals including residency program directors as well as other future residents and fellows!

Who should engage with the RFC?

  • All medical students and especially Third and Fourth-year osteopathic medical students are highly encouraged to connect with the RFC


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Learn about the AOGME Residents & Fellows Council

PRESENTERS:

Daniel Krajcik, DO, Jordan Spencer, DO, Katherine Kirby, DO, Shawn Hamm, DO, Andrea DeSimone, DO 

SUMMARY:

This webinar provides an overview of the AOGME Residents and Fellows Council (RFC). Members of the AOGME RFC leadership discuss future goals and recent activities including the upcoming RFC leadership program during Educating Leaders 2020: the AACOM Annual Conference. Learn how you can join the Council and impact the future of osteopathic medical education.