Graduate Level Osteopathic Training
AACOM's Assembly of Osteopathic Graduate Medical Educators is committed to promoting the value of the osteopathic learning environment to residency training and patient care and providing support to programs obtaining or maintaining Osteopathic Recognition.
February 01, 2023
Dr. Robert Cain, President & CEO of AACOM, delivers a message about why graduate level osteopathic training, including Osteopathic Recognition (OR) matters to him—and its importance to students beyond the completion of their doctor of osteopathic medicine (DO) degree.
Achieving Osteopathic Recognition formally acknowledges that your training program is committed and able to teach osteopathic principles and practices. Osteopathic graduate medical education enhances your patient care and ability to attract qualified applicants who are a good fit for your program. Get recognized today: www.acgme.org/osteopathicrecognition
Publications, Data & Reports
Access AACOM’s publications, data and reports on Osteopathic Recognition and osteopathic training in GME:
- Next Steps for Graduate Medical Education: Osteopathic Graduate Medical Education (OGME) and the Single Graduate Medical Education (GME) Accreditation System
- Working Paper: The Value of Collaboration for the Osteopathic Medical Education Clinical Learning Environment
- Monograph: AACOM's First Osteopathic Recognition Workshop