UME-GME Digital Resource Library

Search the Undergraduate Medical Education-Graduate Medical Education (UME-GME) Digital Resource Library, which contains a wealth of resources to help you gain more information about osteopathic training, Osteopathic Recognition, accreditation, evaluations, and many more topics.

Featured Resources

Osteopathic Recognition: Application and ADS Updates

Webinar features updates and information for programs with Osteopathic Recognition and Common Osteopathic Recognition citations and best practices for programs seeking Osteopathic Recognition.

The Journal of the American Osteopathic Association OPP/OMM YouTube Channel

features short videos on a variety of topics, including OMT and OMM techniques, conducting research in osteopathic residency programs, and more.

The 5-Minute Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine Consult

This pocket-sized guidebook is designed to help physicians who are not osteopathic medicine specialists incorporate osteopathic manipulative treatment (OMT) techniques into their patient treatment plan.

Upcoming Events

Jul15
Jul 15 - Jul 19, 2020
Jul 19, 2020

Foundations of Osteopathic Cranial Manipulative Medicine (Introductory Cranial Course) - CANCELED

A 40-hour didactic and laboratory experiential course that is designed to introduce practicing physicians, resident physicians, dentists, and current medical students to the osteopathic modality of cranial diagnosis and treatment.

Jul24
Jul 24 - Jul 26, 2020
Jul 26, 2020

Pediatric Manual Medicine

Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine (MSUCOM) offers this course in their Manual Medicine CME Series course series

Aug21
Aug 21 - Aug 23, 2020
Aug 23, 2020

Level II Osteopathic Cranial Manipulative Medicine Intermediate Course

The aim of the course is to take the practitioner to the next level of diagnostic and treatment ability when using osteopathic cranial manipulative medicine (OCMM). The student will learn more advanced diagnostic techniques, such as how to determine whether a cranial somatic dysfunction originates in bone, membrane or fluid, or a combination of these elements. Attention is given to direct and indirect approaches to specific temporal and facial restrictions.

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