Continuing Medical Education (CME)
To ensure the population of medical providers is staying current with and improving upon its medical knowledge, the American Osteopathic Association requires DOs to meet certain Continuing Medical Education requirements for each three-year CME cycle. The College of Osteopathic Medicine seeks to offer quality educational opportunities to its faculty and alumni by conducting frequent Continuing Medical Education programs. College staff handles program promotion, administration and compliance.   
Phone: 516.686.3730
The Office of Alumni Affairs sponsors Continuing Medical Education and has, in recent years, conducted the following programs:
  • “Clinical Application of OMM for the Spine and Extremities” – the NYIT COM OMM Faculty
  • “Breast Disease:  benign versus malignant and the clinical evaluation” – Sharon Koehler, D.O., F.A.C.S.
  • “Special Medical and Psychological Issues in  Patients  with Eating Disorders” – Jeffrey DeSarbo, D.O.
  • “Evaluation and Management” – Diane Zucker, M.Ed. CCS-P
  • “An Osteopathic Approach to Treating Lower Back Pain” – Reem Abu Sbaih, D.O., Patricia Kooyman,  D.O.
  • “Clinical Application of OMM for the Spine and Extremities” – the NYIT COM OMM Faculty
Every year, the Office of Postdoctoral Education of New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine holds a Grand Rounds program, which has featured topics and speakers such as:
  • “Taking Care of Your Patients and Actually Get Paid For It” – Ira J. Spector, M.D., CPC, CEO, Madonna Management Services
  • “Differential Diagnosis of Lower Limb Pain Syndromes –Case Presentations / Discussion” – Joseph R. Carcione, Jr., D.O. MBA, Central Westchester Neuromuscular Care, PC
  • “Moving Forward With Health Reform In A Post Election Environment” – Laura C. Wooster, MPH, American Osteopathic Association
  • “Sailing Into Practice” –Mathew Levy, D.O., Kern Augustine Conroy & Schoppmann, P.C.
  • “Men’s Health Update” – Lanna Cheuck, D.O., Urological Associates
  • “Wounded Warriors: Addressing the Unique Health Concerns of American Veterans” – Lt .Col. Lisa Hou, D.O., Medical Command, New Jersey Army National Guard
  • “National Health Services Corps (NHSC) Program: Option for Medical School Loan Repayment” – Parmjeet S. Saini, HRSA/Bureau of Clinician Recruitment and Service
  • “Planning Your Entry into Medical Practice” – Patrick Molloy, Molloy And Company
  • “Generations in the Workplace” – Elaine Soper, Ph.D., West Virginia College of Osteopathic Medicine, OMM Workshop
  • “Think Osteopathically: Practice It, Prove It, Publish It and Promote It” – Martin S. Levine, D.O., MPH, FACOFP dist. President, American Osteopathic Association
  • “Moderate Therapeutic Hypothermia: It’s Role in 21st Century Medicine” – Nicole Maguire, D.O., FACEP, Program Director, Emergency Medicine Residency, Newark Beth Israel Medical Center
  • “Alternative and Complementary Medicine Overview: Bio-Identical Hormones and Metabolic Syndrome” – John Salerno, D.O., The Salerno Center for Complementary Medicine
  • “Medical Errors and Disclosure of Adverse Events” – Gregory Rokosz, D.O., J.D.
  • “Medical Malpractice – Self  Protection and Damage Control”  – Michael Schoppmann, J.D., Kern, Augustine, Conroy and Schoppmann, P.C.
  • “Exercise as Medicine” – Stephen Daquino, D.O., Sports Medicine Program Director, Plainview Hospital
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