The American Association of Osteopathic Examiners is comprised of all osteopathic physicians who sit on state licensing boards, be it an osteopathic board or a composite board. All 50 states and the District of Columbia grant full, unlimited physician licensure for practice and surgery to osteopathic physicians.
As of February 2018, there are 14 osteopathic boards and 37 composite boards. Of these composite boards, 31 reserve a seat for osteopathic physicians, giving DO’s representation on a total of 47 of the 51 medical boards of the states and the District of Columbia. The four states without the representation of an osteopathic physician are: Alabama, Louisiana, Massachusetts and District of Columbia.
AAOE Strategic Plan
In order to build upon AAOE’s strength, the AAOE determined that it should focus on only a few, concentrated activities. The activities fit into three categories:
We have determined goals and suggested actions within each category, which are outlined below:
Current version of the AAOE Bylaws available here
CME for Board Related Activities
AAOE Fellows are eligible to receive AOA Category 1-B CME credit for participating in educational programs offered by state licensing boards and professional review activities related to their service on a state licensing/disciplinary board. Category 1-B CME credits will be granted and reported to the AOA according to verification of participation in the activities listed. Please click here to download the CME attestation form; submit the completed form to email@example.com or fax (312) 202-8499 or mail to AAOE 142 E Ontario Chicago, IL 60611.
Note: Due to accreditation requirements, completion and submission of this form with proper documentation is required for CME credit.