AOGME Residents and Fellows Council

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The AOGME Residents and Fellows Council (RFC) was established in 2018 to develop future leaders in the osteopathic profession by creating a community and forum for residents and fellows to connect, collaborate and learn.

The RFC's purpose is to:

  • Provide a home for residents and fellows to come together, exchange ideas, and network
  • Serve as a platform for residents and fellows to voice their ideas and concerns to graduate medical education (GME) leaders
  • Develop future leaders
  • Promote well-being along the continuum of GME
  • Support advocacy efforts that address the needs of medical trainees
View the RFC's strategic plan   |  Meet the leadership

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News & Events

Webinars

The Physician Job Search: How to Get Started

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Date:
 Wednesday, December 5, 2018
Presenter: Susan Sanford, JD, BA

After residency training, starting the job search for the first post-training position can be a daunting process. This webinar provides information to help trainees understand the job search process and provide tips on when and how to get started. Webinar participants are better able to understand the timeline for the physician job search, understand the difference between in-house recruiters and recruitment firms, and navigate the job search process. View Webinar and Slides.


Residents and Fellows Council Informational Webinar

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Date:
 Thursday, September 27, 2018

This webinar introduced the new AOGME Residents and Fellows Council. The council's purpose it to strengthen and develop the medical education continuum in accordance with the osteopathic recognition. View webinar recording and slides.


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