Doctoral student Ashley Poole (PsyD '20) and associate professor Brad Rosenfield, PsyD, hosted the interactive online event.
The AOA recently granted PCOM's osteopathic medical programs a full, 10-year continuing accreditation at all locations.
PCOM's professional development department recently presented a webinar series for educators shifting to online education in the wake of COVID-19.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, PCOM students volunteer and raise funds and faculty share their expertise on disease and medicine.
The annual awards are presented to students, faculty and organizations who routinely strengthen the PCOM community.
An interactive webinar was hosted by Robert DiTomasso, PhD, ABPP and Brittany Quimby (PsyD '21) to provide mental health tips for PCOM faculty and staff.
New initiative will help students who have had their education, training, and lives impacted by COVID-19.
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (PCOM) has named Adrianne Jones, MLS, as the College's chief admissions officer, effective April 27.
Ms. Fleischer's psychology research has focused on stress and anxiety in children.
The Medical Students for Masks group has raised more than $36,000 and secured over 7,000 protective masks to be distributed to local health systems.