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Ok, so while I was riding the pine at today's baseball game I thought of this question.

Is it possible for a DO to match into an OMM fellowship after finishing an ER residency?

I guess they could work there required shift work with this and have a little OMM practice on the side. It seemed like something I might want to do.


Anyways does anybody know?
 

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Its likely possibly. ANd probably easy to get.

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Quinn,

I had a feeling you would be on this one pretty quick.

How is residency treating you?
 
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You do not need to complete post graduate training in OMM in order to have a practice "on the side", particularly if you are planning on charging cash for service. You just need to be good in OMM.
 

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Quinn,

I had a feeling you would be on this one pretty quick.

How is residency treating you?
Residency is awesome! Only 3 more months to go and I'll be an EM resident. Scary scary, as I feel I don't know enough, but it will be fun having interns below me to teach (since I am in the first class at our program).

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Originally posted by QuinnNSU
Residency is awesome! Only 3 more months to go and I'll be an EM resident. Scary scary, as I feel I don't know enough, but it will be fun having interns below me to teach (since I am in the first class at our program).

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3 more months until youre a resident? Do you have a 2 year internship?

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