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GME Flow Chart
This chart is intended for examinees who apply for certification within six years of residency completion.

 

Resident completes resident's annual report online

 

Residency Program Director completes annual report online

 

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Director reviews both reports with resident & both sign resident's annual report

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Both reports sent to ACOP for review and recommendation within 30 days of end of each contract year

   
   

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Reports are reviewed by the ACOP Graduate Medical Education Committee in Spring & Fall

       
   

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ACOP notified and GMEC recommendations to Program Director and resident

       
   

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AOA notified annually and upon program completion

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AOA approves training and notifies resident, AOBP and ACOP

 

 

       

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Resident takes AOBP board exam

 

 
       

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Certified by AOA

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Certificate is valid for ten (10) years; diplomate allowed to take Osteopathic Continuous Certification exam at eighth year



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