Let’s Talk About OMM Research! Network Update October 21, 2022 12:00 PM (US CDT)
*Special Announcement* Calling all Residents and Residency Directors! The DO-Touch.NET Residency Research Enrichment Program, “Playing with Card Studies,” will be on March 14th, 2023. Plan to join us ahead of the 2023 AAO Convocation in Colorado Springs, CO!
*Save the Date* Calling all DO-Touch.NET members! The 10th Annual Membership Meeting is March 15th, 2023! Plan to join us ahead of the 2023 AAO Convocation in Colorado Springs, CO! Watch for registration information to come!
The 2021 AAO Convocation has begun and DO-Touch.NET is in the Exhibitor Hall! Are you ready to talk OMM research with us?
Head over to our AAO Convo schedule for our special events and live sessions at our booth.
See you there!
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(Colorado Springs, Colorado) DO-Touch.NET Practice-Based Research Network's (PBRN) 2020 annual meeting was held on 2020.03.11 just before the start of the 2020 AAO Convocation in Colorado. Discussions included the use of Patient-reported outcomes in clinical settings and the launch of the PBRN's Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment Effectiveness and Safety Patient Registry (OESPRY). The slides for the four hours of CME eligible courses are linked below for our members.
(Colorado Springs, Colorado.) On the Tuesday before the AAO Convocation DO-Touch.NET sponsored a Residency Research Enrichment Program to showcase the efforts of our Practice-Based Research Network (PBRN). The program encouraged Medical Residents and Medical Resident Directors to learn about using PBRN based research and to foster the next generation of clinician-researchers. The slides for the three presentations are linked here for our members.