Becoming Involved

Becoming Involved

Becoming involved in the Board process is a great way to give back to your osteopathic profession.  There are a variety of ways to become involved in the Board process.

Areas of
Involvement
Description of Activity
Benefit of Being Involved
Item Writer
(Non-Team Member)
  • CME credit (1-B) issued to item writer
Clinical Case Contributor
(Non-Team Member)
  • CME credit (1-B) issued to contributor
Section Team Member
(Item Writer & Case Contributor)
  • CME credit (1-B) issued to contributor
Section Team Associate
  • CME credit (1-B) issued for all activities
  • Colleague interaction
  • Networking
Section Chair/Board Member
  • Submit written exam questions
  • Compile individual section of written exam
  • Submit clinical case material
  • Select cases for oral exams
  • Administer oral exam
  • CME credit (1-B) issued for all activities
  • Colleague interaction
  • Travel to Board meetings
  • Networking

For further information about becoming involved in the Board process, please contact the AOBR at aobr@osteopathic.org or by phone at (312) 202- 8072. The AOBR must adhere to the AOA CME Guide when issuing CME credit for exam related submissions.