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Become a Member of the Residents and Fellows Council

The Residents and Fellows Council's membership drive for its inaugural year is underway!

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AOGME Residents and Fellows Council Member Benefits

  • Professional Development—Ability to serve in national leadership roles, elected office, and to vote
  • Continuing medical education (CME) credits—opportunities to receive credits throughout the year with in-person and online curriculum
  • National conferences and meetings—featuring the annual conference, Educating Leaders, held in Washington, DC each spring
  • Member discounts—professional development, conferences, and leadership programs
  • Webinars—access to complimentary monthly webinars on GME related topics
  • Programs and funding opportunities—including research grants, leadership development and prestigious awards
  • Leadership—representation on AOA and AACOM councils and committees (not applicable for associate members)
  • Networking—national collaborations with fellow health professions associations, social media platforms, and employment connections  
  • Discussion groups—member access to the Residents and Fellows Council AACOMmunities, a dynamic online discussion forum offering tools to help members connect and collaborate      
  • E-newsletters—including the monthly e-newsletter, OGME NOW, and bi-weekly e-newsletters, Inside OME and Washington Insider, highlighting industry news and timely information from members and others in the osteopathic medical education field

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Who Should Join the Residents and Fellows Council?

The Residents and Fellows Council is designed to serve the needs of current trainees, interns, residents, and fellows in various stages of their post-graduate careers. 


 

Interested in joining the Residents and Fellows Council Online Community?

Subscribe by simply sending an email to aogme@aacom.org with your request! 


 

Who Should Join the AOGME?

Members of AOGME include GME professionals and medical educators with an interest in and connected to osteopathic GME, including: 

Director of Osteopathic Education (DOE)

Designated Institutional Officials (DIOs)


Directors of Medical Education (DMEs)

Program Directors

Osteopathic Track Directors

Faculty in GME programs with Osteopathic Recognition

COM faculty with a link to GME

Residents and Fellows

Program Coordinators

Accreditation Staff

Administrators

Other GME leadership & staff

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