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Membership in the Academy is reserved for faculty at osteopathic medical schools, and for those who work in the education of osteopathic physicians, at all levels (i.e. UME, GME, CME), who meet or exceed designated standards recognizing their sustained (at least five years) scholarship in osteopathic medical education. Significant breadth and diversity of experience is expected.
In osteopathic medical education, scholarship includes the integration of osteopathic principles and practices into the academic program, where appropriate.
Faculty must demonstrate scholarship in one of the following four categories. Scholarship moves beyond excellent practice to the development of peer-reviewed educational products that are publicly available.
NAOME Fellows are expected to contribute to the work of the Academy in the following ways: