Strategies for
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Dr.  SCS:  Answers to Postdoctoral Questions
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Where Do MSUCOM Graduates Go
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Inquiring Minds Want to Know!
Educational Directions:  MSUCOM Graduates
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New AOA Postdoctoral Classifications As of July 1, 2009
Option 1: Residency Status from OGME-1

Anesthesiology,  Emergency...
AOA Application Schedule for 2009-10

Date Action

June 2009 Register for the AOA Match Program
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Understanding 
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Process for Independent Applicants

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November 30. 2009

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NRMP Differences in PGY-1 and PGY-2 Specialties

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When Should I Apply to Both the AOA
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- When You are Aiming for a Specialty that Has Limited
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When Should I Bypass the AOA Match? 

° If you are seeking a residency choice where there
are few if any AOA comparable pr...
When Should I Do Only the AOA iviatch? 

° If You are Seeking Opportunities for a Surgical Specialty

* If You are Satisfi...
Status of Traditional Internships

Professionally Enhancing,  Career Limiting
Extends the Length of Postdoctoral Training
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Analysis of Matching Trends

Two Important Trends in
Postdoctoral Education Will

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Primary Care and Specialties

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Final Pieces of Advice

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Be Realistic From the Outset

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  1. 1. Strategies for Postdoctoral Matching Dr. SCS: Answers to Postdoctoral Questions Copies of Slides (Under Downloads) On the SOS Website at www. scs. msu. edu
  2. 2. Where Do MSUCOM Graduates Go For their Postdoctoral Training? ? Inquiring Minds Want to Know!
  3. 3. Educational Directions: MSUCOM Graduates 2004.—20'10 MSUCOM Grads AOA Prog. Tot. AOA Prog. ACGME 7 Prog.
  4. 4. Why do so Many MSUCOM Grads Stay in Michigan for Postdoctoral Training? ? 1. Most are from MI and Want to Remain Here for Training 2. Wide Variety of Specialty and Primary Care Programs 3. Satisfied with the Quality of the SCS Programs 4. Future Opportunities Following Completion of Training 5. Organizational Support for DOs in Michigan 6. National Reputation and Fellowship Opportunities
  5. 5. Understanding The ADA Match Program 4::
  6. 6. New AOA Postdoctoral Classifications As of July 1, 2009 Option 1: Residency Status from OGME-1 Anesthesiology, Emergency Medicine, Family Practice, FP/ ER, FP/ NMM, General Surgery, Internal Medicine, IM/ ER, IM/ Peds, Neurological Surgery, OB/ GYN, Orthopedic Surgery, Urology, ENT, Pediatrics, Neurology, and Psychiatry. Option 2: Residency Requires a Preliminary Internship Diagnostic Radiology, NMM/ OMT, Ophthalmology. Pathology, Radiation Oncology, and PM&R. Option 3: Traditional Rotating Internship Dermatology, Public Health and Preventive Medicine, and Proctologic Surgery
  7. 7. AOA Application Schedule for 2009-10 Date Action June 2009 Register for the AOA Match Program July 2009-January 2010 Students Apply to AOA Programs Aug. 2009-Sept. 2009 1 DMES Declare Avail. Programs October 9, 2009 1 Final Day to Register for the IRP November 1, 2009 Listing of Participating AOA Programs January 22, 2010 Rank Order List is Due February 8, 2010 Match Results
  8. 8. Understanding the NRMP
  9. 9. NRMP 2009-10 Schedule Process for Independent Applicants Dates August 15, 2009 Registration Opens November 30. 2009 Registration Deadline January 15. 2010 App. & Prog. Can Enter Rank Order Lists January 31, 2010 Quota Change Deadline February 24. 2010 Rank Order List Deadline Match Info. Put on the Web March 16, 20010 Filled and Unfilled Slots Posted March 18, 2010 Match Results Posted on the Web March 19, 2010 Hosp. Send Letters of Appointment
  10. 10. NRMP Differences in PGY-1 and PGY-2 Specialties °CategoricaI Programs: Offer All Years of Postdoctoral Training Advanced Programs: Match at the PGY-2 Level and Require Applicants to Also Seek a Transitional or Preliminary Year Independently for the PGY-1 Year in either the AOA or NRMP Match Programs As a 4"‘-Year Medical Student 'Transitiona| IPreliminary Programs: The Equivalent of the ADA Traditional Internship that Fulfills the Requirement of a General Year of Medicine Prior to Entry into a Residency ACGME Programs With Categorical and Advanced Programs: Anesthesiology Dermatology PM&R Neurology Diagnostic Radiology Radiation Oncology
  11. 11. DOS In The NRMP 1996-2010 Active Applic. ”"'“"°"°" PGY-1 1176 799 247 1185 790 281 1343 890 276 1451 984 313 1665 1150 327 1793 1241 365 1859 383 1937 413 461 479 485 516 531 607 601 No. of Appllc. Matched PGY-1 1408
  12. 12. Number of DOs in ACGME Residency Programs 1985-2008 2005 149 244 145 191 120 50 54 167 210 197 134 48 364 512 358 318 252 124 Psych. PM&R Path. Neuro. 77 94 44 1 28 23‘ 1995 786 697 222 1341 504 463 388 ‘ Comparison 2008 377 114 Z; ,§; ‘_; ;g; 332% 350% 799% 950% 486% 404% 357% 208% "5""°‘ -36% -27% -15%
  13. 13. Ke Points About AOA & NRMP Matches Match to AOA Residency, NRMP is E * Do Not Match AOA, A__ly_E in the NRMP * No Match with AOA or NRMP, Free Agent r Match with AOA Internship, ALIVE for PGY- 2 Residency in the NRMP * Critical to Understand the Distinction Between PGY-1 and PGY-2 Matches in the NRMP
  14. 14. When Should I Apply to Both the AOA and ACGME Matches? - When You are Aiming for a Specialty that Has Limited Numbers of Program in the Osteopathic Profession, e. g. Neurology, Anesthesiology, PM&R, Psychiatry, etc. °When You Want to Maximize your Opportunities for Selection By Being in Two Match Programs Instead of One. °Weigh Carefully Your Choices in Programs that Offer Categorical and PGY-2 Selection Options, e. g. Anesthesiology, PM&R, Diagnostic Radiology, etc.
  15. 15. When Should I Bypass the AOA Match? ° If you are seeking a residency choice where there are few if any AOA comparable programs, e. g. Med/ Peds, Pathology. Occupational Medicine, etc. °| f you feel supremely confident that you can obtain an ACGME residency in a non-surgical specialty. °| f you are interested in a location where there are no AOA-accredited programs in your desired specialty. °| f you are a gambler and want to give up your chances in osteopathic training programs.
  16. 16. When Should I Do Only the AOA iviatch? ° If You are Seeking Opportunities for a Surgical Specialty * If You are Satisfied with the Quality of Postdoctoral Programs Within the Osteopathic Profession ° If You Want to Remain in an Osteopathic-Friendly Environment for Your Postdoctoral Training - If You Have An Interest/ Reason to Remain in Locations that Support AOA Postdoctoral Programs in Your Choice of Specialization
  17. 17. Status of Traditional Internships Professionally Enhancing, Career Limiting Extends the Length of Postdoctoral Training °| nternships Are Best for Undecided DOS °No Parking Zone for Competitive Residencies °Perhaps Not the Best Choice for Plan B
  18. 18. Analysis of Matching Trends Two Important Trends in Postdoctoral Education Will Impact Your Choicesll More Graduates Limited Residency Slots
  19. 19. COM First-Year Enrollment From 2009 Projecieo To 20'i-5”‘ Thousands T Public COM * Private COM Total Public COM 1.04 1.099 1.14 1.212 1.217 1.217 1.217 Private COM 4.064 4.165 4.502 4.763 4.906 5.054 5.08 Total 5.104 5.264 5.642 5.975 6.122 6.271 6.297 ’AACOM Report, Inside OME, Decxlan 2010
  20. 20. Need for AOA-Approved Postdoctoral Positions 2005 to 201 1 Thousands 4 -COM Grads 2.8 1 Funded Slots 1-6 I -Deficit 0.4 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 COM Grads 2.756 2.707 3.000 3.462 3.724 3.345 4.528 Funded Slots 2.165 2.206 2.189 2.312 2.435 2.443 Deficit 591 501 811 1.150 1.289 1.402
  21. 21. Trends in Osteopathic Matching 1988-2010 2500 2000 1500 1000 500 1988 1990 1992 1994 1996 1998 2000 2002 2004 2006 2008 2010 Funded Slots 1151511701 .1799 A 1676 A 1877 1187811814. 1989 .2147 1220612312 02443" Numbemaiched 1369 1257 1145 1395 1255 1353 1314 1291 1205 1196 1353 1473 No. ofNon~Partic1pants 661 663 994 1212 1363 1356 ma 1992 Unfilled Slots 146 502 654 291 822 525 500 698 942 1010 959 970 — Funded Slots — Number Matche 1 No. of Non-Panicipant{ Unfilled Slots ‘Data drawn from AOA Office of Educahon and Ihe AACOM Annual Report
  22. 22. 2010 AOA Unfilled Match Slots Traditional Internships 379 Family Medicine 339 Internal Medicine 174 All Others 78 Totals 970
  23. 23. NRMP PGY-1 Slots 1975-2010 Number of USMD and DO Graduates Year PGY-1 USMD DO Grads Grads 1975 15691 12714 809 1980 18055 15135 1151 1985 18535 16400 1560 1990 20101 16179 1534 1995 20751 15892 1932 2000 20598 15714 2510 2005 21454 15761 2707 2010 22809 16427 3845
  24. 24. NRMP Projected PGY-1 Slots 2012-2018 (Growth Rate of 1% Annually) Estimated USMD and DO Graduates Year PGY-1 Slots USMD Grads DO Grads 2012 23139 18036 4723 2014 23602 18718 5212 2016 24074 19123 5227 2018 ? ?? ? ?? ? ??
  25. 25. |MGs in ACGME Programs 1995-2008 30 ousand 29 28 27 26 25 24 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2005 2007 2008 I Number I 24.98?‘ 24.7061 2s.531l25.415l 25.88 0 . 24.70 25.403 26.7B3i26.577l 26.7201 27.636 2a.176l23.B24l29.48Bl
  26. 26. Where DOS Have Limited Opportunities Number of DOS in ACGME Programs (2008) Spedahy Ortho. Surg. Ophthalmology Otolaryngology Dermatology Diag. Radiology Urology Total Number 3303 1220 1 372 1069 4455 1031 USMDS 3187 1119 1319 1008 3932 971 IMGS 85 85 47 43 339 47 DOS 31 12 4 17 172 12
  27. 27. Where Does Michigan and the SCS Fit Into the . Overall Picture of ° ' Osteopathic 4GME?
  28. 28. SCS Compared to Total AOA Filled Positions Primary Care and Specialties Specialty AOA Nationally Family Med. 1056 Internal Med 672 780 247 393 OB/ GYN Ortho. Surg General Surg. ENT Urology Diag. Radiology Cardiology O‘)l)O'I I) O1
  29. 29. Final Pieces of Advice 1. Pursue Your Dream of a Residency But. .. Be Realistic From the Outset 2. Successful Completion of the DO degree Does Not Guarantee You Will Eventually Become An lnterventional Radiologist 3. In a Competitive Environment with Limited Supply, Not Everyone IS Going to Obtain His/ Her First Choice 4. Have a Plan B, Have a Plan C
  30. 30. If you are confused or have ,1, ,9 questions, I provide individual ‘ 7-*Hfl{J help to MSUCOM Students in ‘ I -- 4 XEJ a non judgmental - . 4, environment. Mark Cummings, Ph. D. Associate Dean, SCS cummin67@msu. edu East Fee A-336 432-2853
  31. 31. ACGME COMLEX GME NMS NRMP OPTI PGY SCS USMLE Decoder for Acronyms Accreditation Council of Graduate Medical Education Approves and accredits allopathic residency programs www acg me. org Comprehensive Osteopathic Medical Licensing Examination. A three-part examination taken by osteopathic physicians for licensure. V4"-W1Db_0fL‘€, GJ'9 Graduate Medical Education. Refers to training after medical school, including internship, residency and fellowship, National Matching Service. The company which admnisters the AOA and NRMP Match. Details and important dates are available on their website. wwwnalm atach. ccrn. i'aoaim. l National Resident Matching Program. Allopathic residency match program. www. nrmp. org Osteopathic Postgraduate Training Institution. For more information: www aoanet orgLF_'ostDoc. "optiabout him Post Graduate Year. Refers to the year in training following graduation (e. g. PGY-1 is the first post graduate year) In osteopathic programs, may also be referred to as OGME (osteopathic graduate medical education) year. Statewide Campus System. This is the Michigan OPTI, and includes Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine and member hospitals. www S_(? .‘. §flS_llj_’. _dll United States Medical Licensing Examination. Three-pan licensing examination for MD's and Dos. WVV'. llSflF! ;0Lg
  32. 32. www. scs. msu. edu SCS Website for Copies of these Slides. Listed Under General Information: Downloads www. do-online. org Opportunltlesmppllcation Information on Osteopathic Postdoctoral Programs Under Students www. nrmp. org Information on the Allopathic Match Program www. ama-assn. org/ go/ frcida Detailed Information on Allopathic Residencies included on the Freida Database www. sfmatch. org Information on the Specialty College Matches (Allopathic) for Neurosurgery, Ophthalmology, and Plastic Surgery www. aamc. orgIstudents/ eras Electronic Residency Application Service Website for Allopathic Residency Programs www. natmatch. com/ aoairp National Matching Service. Operates the AOA & NRMP Matches and a Source for Process Issues www. studentdo. com Information on Matching Provided by the Student Osteopathic Medical Association. forums. student. doctor. net Expressed Opinions on Various Issues, including Postdoctoral Education
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