A common challenge for any program with ACGME Osteopathic Recognition (OR) is the desire to have quality educational programs to meet curricular requirements, while facing the realities of limited time, faculty and resources. This is more challenging if there are multiple training programs in a health system or geographic region with these common needs. This round table discussion will present a best practice model utilized by the Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine affiliated University Hospitals Osteopathic Consortium providing unique osteopathic focused education with a unifying seminar series each academic year. ACGME OR training programs in the UH Health System participate in this series, as well as assigned osteopathic medical students. This series includes faculty presentations, resident grand rounds, osteopathic journal club, physician wellness topics, scholarly activity/research training and professional networking.
Susan M. Ratay, DO, MSMEd
Marianne Chaloupek, MHA
Robert W. Hostoffer, Jr, DO, MSMEd, LhD
Michael P. Rowane, DO, MS
Webinar participants will:
1. Design an innovative curricular model to provide varying educational presentations to support ACGME Osteopathic Recognition training programs in multiple specialties for your site.
2. Formulate a mechanism to incorporate faculty development as a by-product with faculty participation in an Osteopathic seminar series.
3. Analyze your site to determine the educational interventions that will best meet your needs to develop a desirable osteopathic learning environment.
4. Institute a shared faculty presenter program with other COM affiliated ACGME Osteopathic Recognition training programs.
5. Identify a model for a College of Osteopathic Medicine to partner and support an affiliated training program with ACGME Osteopathic Recognition.