ACOFP Resident Members

2021–22 Resident Council 
The ACOFP Resident Council consists of twelve representatives. The goals of the ACOFP Resident Council are to effectively communicate with residents and to develop resources to ensure residents in ACGME programs remain connected to ACOFP.

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ACOFP membership gives you access to the important contacts and knowledge you need as you move through your residency. From publications to conferences to online and mobile tools, we make it easy for you to learn and connect with peers. Take full advantage of your member benefits and watch your career grow. Start your free membership today!

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BOARD CERTIFICATION INFORMATION

Each certifying board within the osteopathic profession has jurisdiction over the examination leading to certification in particular specialties and/or sub-specialties. General certification is achieved through satisfactory completion of residency training, certifying examination and meeting of all other requirements for specialty certification.

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INITIAL CERTIFICATION GRANT

In order to relieve some of the financial burden for residents entering the field, the ACOFP Education and Research Foundation launched its Initial Certification Grant, which awards up to $1,400 for exam fees and travel expenses to residents who don’t have complete funding support from their program to be used for the AOBFP exam. Partial grants may be awarded.

The Spring 2022 grant application deadline is February 28, 2022. While applications may be considered on a rolling basis, all applicants are encouraged to submit early.

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ICYMI: PURSUING THE OSTEOPATHIC PATHWAY WEBINAR

Hear about your formative assessment options; explore osteopathic initial certification, including the Early Entry Initial Certification (EEIC) pathway and the traditional pathway; and learn how to take advantage of the Initial Certification Grant in the below recorded webinar, Pursuing the Osteopathic Pathway. Representatives from the American College of Osteopathic Family Physicians (ACOFP), the American Osteopathic Board of Family Physicians (AOBFP) and the ACOFP Education and Research Foundation were joined by an Initial Certification Grant recipient who took advantage of EEIC. Feel empowered to make an informed decision about your future.