December 21, 2022
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The annual Student Research Symposium conducted by the Western University of Health Sciences College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific-Northwest included in-person project presentations for the first time in three years. "I'm not trying to make all of the students full-time researchers. But it's important that they do research," faculty investigator Anu Raisanen, Ph.D., said.
Full Story: Albany Democrat-Herald (Ore.) (12/15) 
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A literature review in JAMA Ophthalmology by medical students at the Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences College of Osteopathic Medicine found that lower-income patients were more likely to have vision impairment, lower adherence to eye exams and lesser use of eye care services. Researchers also noted a dearth of studies that included LGBTQ+ patients and those with American Indian, Alaska Native, Asian and Pacific Islander backgrounds.
Full Story: Oklahoma State University (12/20),  HCPLive Network (12/8) 
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Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine has added Shawnee State University to an initiative to help high-school students enrolling in Shawnee's pre-med track earn a medical school slot. OU-HCOM's Early Assurance Program includes six universities.
Full Story: Portsmouth Daily Times (Ohio) (12/18) 
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Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine medical student Brianna Hector has been selected to participate in the NIH All of Us Research Program. Students are charged with designing research projects using data from a diverse cohort of 1 million or more US participants to better understand human health.
Full Story: Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (12/16) 
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Apply for AACOM's highly competitive Research Grant Program and receive up to $10,000 in funding! Topics related to workforce issues -- such as the implications of the expansion of osteopathic medical colleges, branch campuses, additional teaching sites and class sizes -- are of increasing interest. Research grant proposals are due Jan. 31, 2023.
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Start planning your Educating Leaders 2023 experience by checking out our schedule at a glance. Meet our exceptional plenary speakers, view our can't miss pre-conference workshops and plan to attend our 125th anniversary celebration and dinner. Our early bird discount ends on Jan. 17 -- register today and receive an exclusive AACOM-branded t-shirt as a gift!
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Students host gingerbread house contest, attend an evening with health executives, travel to Kenya for a service learning program and more
You'll also meet student DOs of the year from several campuses, learn about ATSU-KCOM's fundraiser for melanoma research and ICOM's Lifestyle Medicine Interest Group. Read more.
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Inside OME will not be published Dec. 28
In observance of the holiday season, Inside OME will not be published Dec. 28. Publication will resume Jan. 4.
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