Complimentary Webinar: ISE and CORTEx Administration
Attend one of two complimentary webinars with the National Board of Osteopathic Medical Examiners (NBOME) and ACOFP to prepare for the AOBFP In-Service Exam (ISE), produced and administered by ACOFP, and Clinical Osteopathic Recognition Training Exam (CORTEx), both taking place October 3–14. The webinars—taking place September 8 at 1 pm CT and September 9 at 11:30 am CT—will each last 20–30 minutes with time for Q&A.
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ICYMI: Navigating the Osteopathic Pathway
Leaders from ACOFP, the American Osteopathic Board of Family Physicians (AOBFP) and the ACOFP Foundation discussed the pathway to osteopathic initial certification for Navigating the Osteopathic Pathway: A 2022 Guide to Formative Assessments & Initial Certification
on Thursday, May 26, at 12 pm CT. Learn how the AOBFP In-Service Exam, produced and administered by ACOFP, correlates to the AOBFP Board exam, explore Early Entry Initial Certification and learn how residents can take advantage of the ACOFP Foundation's Initial Certification Grant by watching the on-demand webinar.
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Explore Best Practices in Family Medicine Residency Education
The 2022 ACOFP Faculty Development and Program Directors' Workshop
is now available on-demand. As you know, faculty development is a core ACGME family medicine residency requirement, and attending our workshop is a great way to help meet that requirement.
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Osteopathic Recognition Toolkit
ACOFP and Assembly of Osteopathic Graduate Medical Educators (AOGME)/AACOM are collaborating to provide resources for programs with or applying for Osteopathic Recognition. We have pooled resources and sample evaluations to help programs in their efforts to attain Osteopathic Recognition. This toolkit will contain sample evaluations and other resources that you can use to help your program(s). These tools are meant to inspire you and give you examples of how you could build evaluations for your individual program. We hope these resources will make your journey to recognition easier and help you teach the next generation of osteopathically trained physicians.
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Questions? Contact Judy Schwellenbach at 847.952.5106 or firstname.lastname@example.org.