Presentation on theme: "Collaborating With Allopathic Medical Schools and Graduate Medical Education Programs David Broder, D.O., FACP, FACOI NYCOMEC."— Presentation transcript:
Collaborating With Allopathic Medical Schools and Graduate Medical Education Programs David Broder, D.O., FACP, FACOI NYCOMEC
Allopathic Collaboration Areas of Collaboration Shared Teaching Hospitals Shared Faculty Dual Accredited Programs Shared Educational Resources Special Seminars and Programs
Allopathic Collaboration Why Collaborate? To adapt a quote from Willie Sutton: Because thats where the training is.
Allopathic Collaboration Very few osteopathic hospitals Most hospitals predominately MD Most COMs are located closer to allopathic colleges, than other COMs Overwhelming majority of training programs are allopathic Why Collaborate?
Allopathic Collaboration New York State has more Graduate Medical Education Programs than most countries, predominantly Allopathic
Allopathic Collaboration Sharing Teaching Hospitals Integrated clerkships Parallel clerkships Clerkships on different services
Allopathic Collaboration Sharing Teaching Hospitals Advantages Infrastructure already in place Collaboration May be the only teaching hospital in an area Expose MDs to osteopathic medicine
Allopathic Collaboration Sharing Teaching Hospitals Disadvantages Osteopathic education may not be first priority Diminished osteopathic environment Less control over curriculum
Allopathic Collaboration Prerequisites Osteopathic DME DO Faculty COM/ OPTI Input Absence of DO discrimination Osteopathic faculty development
Allopathic Collaboration Dual Accredited Programs A Misnomer -- Actually, concurrent ACGME and AOA programs May have one common or two separate program directors
Allopathic Collaboration Dual Accredited Programs Advantages Promotes recruitment Greater candidate options Student perception Similar standards Resources of ACGME