September 29, 2021
This month, the AOGME leadership finalized strategic goals and objectives following a strategic planning retreat in July. The strategic goals include supporting the development of GME programs and advancing the osteopathic learning environment; promoting leadership and professional development opportunities to GME professionals; supporting learners across the continuum and enhancing the value of AOGME. We look forward to membership’s involvement in our efforts to execute the objectives in the strategic plan.
Submit Your Educating Leaders 2022 Proposal by October 7
We encourage AOGME members to make an impact on osteopathic medical education (OME) by presenting your knowledge and research at Educating Leaders 2022 (EL22), hosted by AACOM. EL22 is a high-impact event featuring industry experts, educational sessions, engagement with exhibitors, updates on OME trends, networking and more. This year’s hybrid event will be April 27-29, 2022, enabling registrants to attend in-person or online. To learn more about the EL22 tracks, topics, and presentation types, visit the conference website. The deadline is October 7. Submit Your Abstract Today! Please direct questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join AACOM Advocacy Day
Join us virtually on October 6 and 7 to advocate for osteopathic medical education federal policy priorities. AACOM Advocacy Day will feature members of Congress, congressional staff and government relations professionals in virtual informational panels presenting on the state of Congress, effective advocacy and AACOM’s public policy priorities. There will also be opportunities for participants to communicate with Congress in support of policies and programs critical to osteopathic medical schools, students, and physicians. Become an advocate and sign up today!
The Value and Impact of Osteopathic Recognition
We invite you to join the Alliance of Independent Academic Medical Centers (AIAMC) and AOGME for a collaborative webinar presentation and panel discussion on the value of Osteopathic Recognition. The webinar will be held on September 30 at 1:00 PM ET and include presenters from Cleveland Clinic: Dr. Kelly Raj, Director of Osteopathic Education, Dr. Neil Smith, President, Fairview Hospital, Dr. Alexander Ford, PGY-2 and Dr. Lilian White, PGY-2. Register for the webinar.
Residents and Fellows Council on Residency Application Cycle
As students completed their residency applications for submission this month, the AOGME Residents and Fellows Council (RFC) hosted two discussion forums with program directors and residents to prepare students for the recruitment season. They also contributed to an article on residency program applications and how to navigate the virtual interviewing process.
Become an Osteopathic Health Policy Fellow
On October 27 at 4:00 PM ET, AOGME will host the second webinar in a three-part series on the Osteopathic Health Policy Fellowship with a presentation by Dr. Al Pheley and Dr. Daniel Skinner. The webinars will educate AOGME members about the fellowship and encourage future participation in this unique leadership opportunity. This webinar will focus on key GME legislation and the potential future direction for GME funding policy. The presentation will also cover shifts in GME such as the single GME accreditation system and the role of foreign and international medical graduates in shaping GME. Register for the webinar today.
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Thomas Mohr, MS, DO, FACOI, FAOGME