Osteopathic Medicine for All Course
Becky Martin2022
$250 Residents; $500 Attending Physicians
Continued Medical Education (CME) credits
This hybrid, pre-study, and live course is designed for DO and MD residents and medical education faculty and preceptors in Osteopathic Recognized programs. Participants will gain knowledge to better integrate OMM/OPP into their training and improve skills in precepting and evaluating students in applying those skills. Participants will watch pre-recorded lectures & take post-tests prior to attending the live OMM lab sessions. This is an excellent faculty development opportunity and will allow participants to share their learning experiences with each other.

Participants will learn:
   • Osteopathic Philosophy and History
   • Osteopathic Medical Practice
   • Fundamentals of Structural Diagnosis
   • Fundamentals of Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment
   • Treating Common Problems Osteopathically 
   
    Through a variety of presentations and demonstrations participants will learn, practice, and strengthen their OMM skills and improve their understanding of osteopathic principles and practices (OPP). 
    The course will teach participants to increase the utilization of OMM/OPP in resident clinics. 
    Participants will improve their skills of precepting students in OMM/OPP. 
    Participants who complete the program will be better able to integrate OMM into their training along with precepting and evaluating students in applying those skills. 
    Those experienced in OMM will have the opportunity to refine their skills and increase utilization along with the benefit of group discussion re: difficulties in practice or precepting.


Early registration ends August 21, 2022. Regular registration is from August 22, 2022, to September 12, 2022. Registration for this course ends: September 12, 2022.

Register here.
Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine
Sep 23 - Sep 25, 2022
Sep 25, 2022
Subjects Include:
Faculty DevelopmentOsteopathic Recognition
Osteopathic History & PrinciplesPracticing Osteopathic Medicine
Format Type:
EventWorkshop
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