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Osteopathic Continuous Certification (OCC)
Component 2: Part 2 - Self-Assessment: POMT Modules

POMT (Pediatric Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment)

  • PLEASE NOTE: These modules are available to the AOBP diplomates only. You must be certified by the AOBP in order to receive credit for these modules.
  • The purpose of this component is to enhance the osteopathic pediatrician’s medical knowledge and practice skills.
  • The ACOP and AOBP have collaborated in developing nine (9) POMT modules which are relevant to the practice of osteopathic pediatric medicine.
  • These modules are available below.
  • Each module has been approved for 1 hour of AOA Category 1B credit.
  • The AOBP requires that all nine modules be successfully completed during each nine year OCC cycle. A short quiz must be taken, passed (with a passing grade of 70%) and submitted to the AOBP for Category 1B CME credit. The AOBP will report this activity to the AOA CME Department for OCC credit.
  • There is currently no charge for quiz submission for the POMT modules.
  • You may access of the nine (9) POMT Modules below:
  1. Osteopathic Manipulation for Acute Otitis Media in the Pediatric Population
  2. An Osteopathic Approach to Pediatric Headaches
  3. Osteopathic Considerations in the Newborn
  4. The Osteopathic Evaluation and Treatment of Ankle Injuries
  5. Osteopathic Pediatric Knee Examination
  6. Pediatric Cervical Spine OMT Module
  7. Pediatric Respiratory OMT Module
  8. Osteopathic Pediatrics
  9. Pediatric Scoliosis OMT Module
 
 

 


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