Program Focus Areas
 

Educating Leaders 2019 will be held April 10-12, 2019, in Washington, DC. This year's theme is “Big Data,” and will feature programming with the best new research and scholarly work from across the broad osteopathic medical education landscape. 
 

View the Schedule-at-a-Glance. The online program with session details is coming soon!  Until available, here are just a few of the topics that will be covered at this year’s conference:



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Data

Research in Medical Education
Data and Outcomes
Research in Empathy/Resilience/Wellness/Mental Health of Health Care Providers
Predictive Analysis


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Development of Skills

Faculty Development
Leadership Development
Professionalism Development
Research Skills
Grants & Grant Management
Data Skills


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Health System Science

Health Workforce/Medical Education/Higher Education
Patient Safety
Regulation
Inter-professional Education and Practice


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Humanism & Professionalism

Hidden Curriculum/Learning Styles
Empathy/Resilience/Wellness
Diversity & Inclusion


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Osteopathic Medical Education

Single GME Accreditation System
Initial to Continued ACGME Accreditation/Clinical Learning Environment Review
Osteopathic Recognition
Clinical Education Collaborations (Community Based Clinical Education)
Curriculum and Curricular Paradigms
Teaching and Assessing OMM/OPP
Core Competencies/Assessments (EPAs, exams, etc)/Evaluations/National Boards
Bedside Teaching and Assessment
Transition from UME to GME/Residency Match
International Education
Financing
Resilience & Wellness


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Policy & Advocacy

Health Workforce/Medical Education/Higher Education
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Health Policy
Health Disparities


Teaching and Learning

Teaching & Learning

Mentoring & Advising
Admissions/Recruitment/Retention
Marketing/Communication/Social Media


Abstracts

AACOM accepted two types of abstracts this year, research abstracts and current/best practices. Both types will be eligible for publication in The Journal of the American Osteopathic Association. See published abstracts.

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Schedule-at-a -Glance

Program - coming soon

Exhibitors & Sponsors

 

Questions?

annualconf@aacom.org 

Beth Martino: 301-968-4189

 

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