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  • Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 11/17/2022

    The Student Osteopathic Leadership in Internal Medicine and Dialogue (SOLID) program hosts presentations and subsequent discussions designed to bring osteopathic medical students together in an open forum with ACOI leadership and mentors. The November 2022 SOLID session explores tools and techniques to help students prepare for their board exams. In addition, the similarities and differences between the COMLEX and USMLE exams are explored to help students better understand their options.

    The Student Osteopathic Leadership in Internal Medicine and Dialogue (SOLID) program hosts presentations and subsequent discussions designed to bring osteopathic medical students together in an open forum with ACOI leadership and mentors.  The November 2022 SOLID session explores tools and techniques to help students prepare for their board exams.  In addition, the similarities and differences between the COMLEX and USMLE exams are explored to help students better understand their options.

    Joshua Layher, DO

    ​Internist

    ST. LUKE'S HEALTH PARTNER

    Internist

    St. Luke’s
    Boise, ID

    Kim Peck, MBA

    Director of Academic and Career Advising

    Director of Academic and Career Advising 

    Michigan State College of Osteopathic Medicine

  • Contains 7 Product(s)

    The Student Osteopathic Leadership in Internal Medicine and Dialogue (SOLID) program hosts presentations and subsequent discussions designed to bring osteopathic medical students together in an open forum with ACOI leadership and mentors.

    The Student Osteopathic Leadership in Internal Medicine and Dialogue (SOLID) program hosts presentations and subsequent discussions designed to bring osteopathic medical students together in an open forum with ACOI leadership and mentors.

  • Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 10/27/2022

    The Student Osteopathic Leadership in Internal Medicine and Dialogue (SOLID) program hosts presentations and subsequent discussions designed to bring osteopathic medical students together in an open forum with ACOI leadership and mentors. The October 2022 SOLID session explores the concept of servant leadership and how the development of leadership skills can enhance one's career development and improve patient care. The role of mentorship in one's personal and professional development is also discussed.

    The Student Osteopathic Leadership in Internal Medicine and Dialogue (SOLID) program hosts presentations and subsequent discussions designed to bring osteopathic medical students together in an open forum with ACOI leadership and mentors.  The October 2022 SOLID session explores the concept of servant leadership and how the development of leadership skills can enhance one's career development and improve patient care.  The role of mentorship in one's personal and professional development is also discussed.

    Karen J. Nichols, DO, MA, MACOI

    Professor, Internal Medicine, Retired

    Midwestern University/Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine

    Professor, Internal Medicine, Retired

    Midwestern University/Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine

    Chair, ACGME Board of Directors, 2020-2022
    President, AOA, 2010-2011
    President, ACOI, 2000-2001

    Mesa, AZ

    Laura M. Rosch, DO, FACOI

    ACOI Board Member

    Former Department of Internal Medicine Chair 2015-2019
    Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine
    ACOI Board Member

  • Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 09/15/2022

    The Student Osteopathic Leadership in Internal Medicine and Dialogue (SOLID) program hosts presentations and subsequent discussions designed to bring osteopathic medical students together in an open forum with ACOI leadership and mentors. The September 2022 SOLID session examines the tricks and tools needed to be a successful medical student from the perspective of a Dean and a recent student. The discussion includes how to plan for a full academic experience, what activities will help improve your experience, and what activities should be avoided.

    The Student Osteopathic Leadership in Internal Medicine and Dialogue (SOLID) program hosts presentations and subsequent discussions designed to bring osteopathic medical students together in an open forum with ACOI leadership and mentors.  The September 2022 SOLID session examines the tricks and tools needed to be a successful medical student from the perspective of a Dean and a recent student.  The discussion includes how to plan for a full academic experience, what activities will help improve your experience, and what activities should be avoided.

    Robert P. Aran, DO

    Chief Fellow

    Oklahoma State University (Tulsa)

    Gastroenterology Fellow (PGY6) Chief Fellow, at Oklahoma State University (Tulsa) 

    Board Certified Internal Medicine

    Completed Internal Medicine Residency at Oklahoma State (Tulsa) 

    Medical School Training at Oklahoma State University - COM (Tulsa)

    Thomas J. Mohr, DO, FACOI

    Dean

    Dean for Sam Houston State University College of Osteopathic Medicine

  • Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 08/10/2022

    Completion of this activity will allow learners to define basic climate principles; identify major climate trends; identify climate impacts on human health; and relate health inequity to climate impacts. This activity is worth 1.00 AOA Category 1B Credit.

    Completion of this activity will allow learners to define basic climate principles; identify major climate trends; identify climate impacts on human health; and relate health inequity to climate impacts.  This program was originally recorded on August 10, 2022.

    Mary Schaefer Badger, DO, FACOI, FAWM

    ​Chair of the ACOI Climate and Health Committee

    Chair of the ACOI Climate and Health Committee

    Spokane, WA

  • Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 05/19/2022

    The Student Osteopathic Leadership in Internal Medicine and Dialogue (SOLID) program hosts presentations and subsequent discussions designed to bring osteopathic medical students together in an open forum with ACOI leadership and mentors. The May 2022 SOLID session is a panel discussion that examines internal medicine and subspecialty pathways.

    The Student Osteopathic Leadership in Internal Medicine and Dialogue (SOLID) program hosts presentations and subsequent discussions designed to bring osteopathic medical students together in an open forum with ACOI leadership and mentors.  The May 2022 SOLID session is a panel discussion that examines internal medicine and subspecialty pathways.

    Robert G. Good, DO, MACOI (Moderator)

    Clinical Professor

    Carle Illinois College of Medicine

    Clinical Professor
    Carle Illinois College of Medicine

    University of Illinois
    Internal Medicine
    Carle Health Systems
    Urbana, Illinois

    Robert P. Aran, DO

    Chief Fellow

    Oklahoma State University (Tulsa)

    Gastroenterology Fellow (PGY6) Chief Fellow, at Oklahoma State University (Tulsa) 

    Board Certified Internal Medicine

    Completed Internal Medicine Residency at Oklahoma State (Tulsa) 

    Medical School Training at Oklahoma State University - COM (Tulsa)

    Kristine Bobish, DO, FACOI

    Cardiologist

    Board Certified Osteopathic Cardiologist

    Michigan

    Robert L. DiGiovanni, DO, FACOI

    President of the ACOI 2021-2022

    Largo Medical Center

    President of the ACOI 2021-2022

    Program Director HCA, Largo Medical Center 

    Rheumatology Fellowship

    Associate Professor of Medicine, USF Morsani College of Medicine
    Professor of Clinical Medicine, NSU/DKCP COM

    Watson Ducatel, DO, MPH, FACOI

    Medical Director & CEO

    Healthy Bodies Medical & Dental Center

    Healthy Bodies Medical & Dental Center
    Brandon, FL

    Joshua Layher, DO

    ​Internist

    ST. LUKE'S HEALTH PARTNER

    Internist

    St. Luke’s
    Boise, ID

    Mia A. Taormina, DO, FACOI

    Chair, Department of Infectious Disease

    Duly Health and Care

    Chair - Department of Infectious Disease
    Duly Health and Care
    Lombard, IL

    Adjunct Clinical Faculty
    Midwestern University - Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine
    Downers Grove, IL

    Amita Vasoya, DO, FACOI

    Clinical Assistant Professor

    Member, ACOI Board of Directors
    Clinical Assistant Professor, Sidney Kimmel Medical College Thomas Jefferson University
    Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor, Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine
    Christiana Care Health System
    Newark, DE

  • Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    In this session, you’ll learn how to: - Understand the concepts pertaining to and the pathophysiology behind prostate enlargement and declining bladder function. - Understand the management algorithm for overactive bladder and urinary incontinence in the female patient. - Improve your interpretation of the serum prostate specific antigen (PSA) test.

    In this session, you’ll learn how to:
    -    Understand the concepts pertaining to and the pathophysiology behind prostate enlargement and declining bladder function.
    -    Understand the management algorithm for overactive bladder and urinary incontinence in the female patient. 
    -    Improve your interpretation of the serum prostate specific antigen (PSA) test. 

    Joel Abbott, DO, FACOS

    Director of Endourology & Kidney Stone Disease

    Pacific West Urology

    Director of Endourology & Kidney Stone DiseaseBoard Certified Urologist, Pacific West UrologyLas Vegas, Nevada"
  • Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    In this session, you’ll learn how to: - Evaluate and diagnose acute stroke. - Manage acute/post stroke patients. - Diagnose/treat and classify Multiple Sclerosis.

    In this session, you’ll learn how to:
    -    Evaluate and diagnose acute stroke.
    -    Manage acute/post stroke patients.
    -    Diagnose/treat and classify Multiple Sclerosis.

    Scott L. Spradlin, DO, FACOI

    VP Strategic Clinical Operations and Policy Delivery

    Aetna/CVS

    VP Strategic Clinical Operations and Policy Delivery Aetna/CVS
    Assistant Professor Medicine WVSOM
    Co-Chairman ACOI Internal Medicine. Board Review Course

  • Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    In this session, you’ll learn how to: - Discuss the multiple types and etiologies of cutaneous drug reactions with risk. - Illustrate clinical examples of most common drug reactions. - Define severe cutaneous adverse reactions.

    In this session, you’ll learn how to:
    -    Discuss the multiple types and etiologies of cutaneous drug reactions with risk.
    -    Illustrate clinical examples of most common drug reactions. 
    -    Define severe cutaneous adverse reactions. 

    Brian Matthys, DO

    Associate Clinical Professor, Dermatology

    Kansas City University

  • Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    In this session, you’ll learn how to: - Review rheumatologic conditions with cutaneous manifestation. - Identify common presentations of psoriasis and its systemic comorbidities. - To review current cutaneous finding of syphilis and COVID-19.

    In this session, you’ll learn how to:
    -    Review rheumatologic conditions with cutaneous manifestation.
    -    Identify common presentations of psoriasis and its systemic comorbidities.
    -    To review current cutaneous finding of syphilis and COVID-19. 

    Molly Menser, DO

    Clinical Preceptor

    Kansas City University of Medicine & Biosciences - College of Osteopathic Medicine

    Clinical PreceptorKansas City University of Medicine & Biosciences - College of Osteopathic Medicine