Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Where Are They Now?

From the May/June 2016 edition of the Oklahoma Osteopathic Association's Oklahoma D.O., Vicky Pace, MEd reviews the current practice/training locations of OSU COM alumni who participated in the Rural Health Option or Rural Medical Track while in medical school. Her article begins on page 32.

Wednesday, June 1, 2016

OSIM and Health Care Workforce Redesign in Oklahoma

From the April 2016 edition of the Oklahoma Osteopathic Association's Oklahoma D.O., Chad Landgraf, MS, GISP & Denna Wheeler, PhD discuss how the Oklahoma State Innovation Model could shape the future composition and structure of the health care workforce in Oklahoma. Thier article begins on page 22.

Tuesday, May 10, 2016

OSU College of Osteopathic Medicine Class of 2016 Residency Training Locations

The interactive map below shows the residency training locations for the Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine Class of 2016. The symbols are scaled proportionally to the total number of graduates training in each community.

Of the 106 graduates in the class, 61 are entering primary care residency programs (Family Medicine = 28; Internal Medicine = 17; OBGYN = 10; and Pediatrics = 6). Thirty-nine graduates will enter Oklahoma-based primary care residency programs with 11 graduates matriculating to programs located in rural locations (Durant = 5; Ramona = 1; Tahlequah = 3; and Talihina = 2).

The Class of 2016 marks the 10th consecutive graduating class with at least 50% of its members entering primary care residency programs upon graduation. Learn more about the specialty choices of the graduates in each community by clicking on the symbols on the map.

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