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ATSU Continuing Education receives 5-year AOA accreditation

January 10, 2017
Posted In: Faculty & Staff Headlines, Headlines, KCOM, Student Headlines, University Headlines

In accordance with the American Osteopathic Association (AOA) Accreditation Requirements for Category 1-A CME Sponsors, the Council on Continuing Medical Education awarded A.T. Still University 5-year Accreditation with Commendation as a Category 1 CME Sponsor.

This is the highest honor given to American Osteopathic Category 1-A CME sponsors with a perfect score of 100 points.
“This has been a long, tenuous process that has included in-depth attention to all AOA required components to achieve this honor. The Continuing Education staff is thrilled with the results,” said Jan Baum, MA.
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Continuing Education staff from left to right: Lynn Daniels, MA, Debby Western, Jan Baum, MA, and Lloyd Cleaver, DO, ’76, FAOCD

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