Western University of Health Sciences College of Allied Health Professions Western University of Health Sciences
College of Allied Health Professions

Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine (OMM)

In the College of Osteopathic Medicine, the efforts of the OMM teaching fellows are focused in the areas of educational research, academics and teaching. Recognizing that these duties are aligned with the goals and learning outcomes of the MSHS degree program, an OMM track has been developed to provide specialization for entry level academic faculty. Basic competencies of the MSHS OMM track include:

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Teaching Fellows in the College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific

Students in the College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific who elect to participate in the Health Professions Education and Research in Osteopathic Medicine degree track for teaching fellows must complete all of the usual application processes. Teaching fellows enrolled in COMP should refer to the curriculum specifications under Academic Program, below.

NMM OMM track curriculum

 

Block I Courses Block II Courses Block III Courses Culminating Work
Evidence-based Educational Research Principles of Instructional Design Leadership for Clinicians Thesis/Special Project Part I
Learning Theories and Student Behaviors Instructional Media Clinical Teaching Thesis/Special Project Part II
Academic Roles and Scholarly Publications Grant Writing Research and Program Evaluation Methods  
Applied Statistics Executive Skills and Curriculum Delivery Competencies for Community Health Educators  

 


Students in the College of Podiatric Medicine

Students in the College of Podiatric Medicine (CPM) who elect to participate in the Health Professions Education and Research in Podiatric Medicine track must be approved by the CPM for admission to the track and complete all of the required MSHS degree program application processes. Podiatric students should refer to the curriculum specifications under Academic Program below.

Podiatric Medicine  track curriculum

 

Block I Courses Block II Courses Block III Courses Culminating Work
Evidence-based Educational Research Principles of Instructional Design Leadership for Clinicians Thesis/Special Project Part I
Learning Theories and Student Behaviors Instructional Media Clinical Teaching Thesis/Special Project Part II
Academic Roles and Scholarly Publications Grant Writing Research and Program Evaluation Methods  
Applied Statistics Executive Skills and Curriculum Delivery Competencies for Community Health Educators