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PCOM reserves the right to delete any course
described in this catalog. The College also
reserves the right to effect any other changes in
the curriculum, tuition/fees, administration, or
any other phase of school activity without notice.
The College also publishes student handbooks
containing more detailed information about
college policies, procedures and organizations.















PHILADELPHIA COLLEGE OF OSTEOPATHIC MEDICINE




3 2243 00019 2631



CATALOG

2000-2001
2001-2002



PHILADELPHIA

COLLEGE OF

OSTEOPATHIC

MEDICINE



4170 City Avenue • Philadelphia, PA 19131-1694

Office of the Dean

215-871-6770 • FAX 215-871-6781

Office of Admissions
800-999-6998 • 215-871-6701 • FAX 215-871-6719



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PHILADELPHIA COLLEGE OF OSTEOPATHIC MEDICINE

CATALOG

CONTENTS

College Calendar 2000-2001 4

College Calendar 2001-2002 6

Mission 8

The College 8

The Degrees Awarded 9

Accreditation 10

Administration, Trustees and Emeriti 11

Courses of Medical Study

Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine 13

Special Programs 16

Postdoctoral Medical Education 17

Clinical Master of Science Degree 19

Continuing Medical Education 20

Graduate Programs

Doctor of Psychology in Clinical Psychology 21

Master of Science in Clinical Health Psychology 22

Continuing Education in Psychology 22

Graduate Program in Biomedical Sciences 22

Master of Science - Physician Assistant Studies 23

Master of Science in Organizational

Development and Leadership 23

Advanced Masters Degrees - Forensic Medicine

and Emergency Medicine 23

Synopsis of Curricula 25

Admissions Policies and Procedures 31

Policy of Fairness and Equal Opportunity 38

Student Life and Recreation 38

College Tuition and Fees 42

Financial Aid 44

Educational Facilities and Resources 46

Course Descriptions 53

Academic Departments and Faculty 82

Faculty Committees Ill

PCOM Alumni Association 117

Graduates and Awards - 2000 118

Graduates and Awards - 2001 149



Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine
2000-2002

Summer 2000

PsyD Registration begins for Summer Session

Commencement

PsyD Summer Session 1 begins

Physician Assistant Program Registration

Comlex Level I

Second Year Remedial Examinations

Clerkship 1 (Class of 1999/Class of 2000)

PsyD Summer Session 1 ends

First Year Remedial Examinations

Clerkship 2 (Class of 1999/Class of 2000)

PsyD Summer Session 2 begins

SummerStart Program Begins

Clerkship 3 (Class of 1999/Class of 2000)

PsyD Registration begins for Fall Term

(2nd-4th Year PsyD students only)

PsyD Summer Session 2 ends

Physician Assistant Program Summer Session ends

Comlex Level II (Militarv Students)



May 11




Monday




May 24




Sunday


7:00 P.M.


May 26




Tuesday




June 1




Monday


9:00 A.M


June 2 - 3




Tues.-Wed.




June 8 -Juh


•31


Mon.-Fri.




June 8




Monday




July 2




Thursday




July 6 - July


17


Mon.-Fri.




July 6




Monday




July 7




Tuesday




August 3




Monday




August 10




Monday




August 14




Friday




August 18 -


19


Tues.-Wed.





Fall 2000-2001

August 20 - 21 Thur.-Fri. 9:00 A.M. First Year Class - Registration/Orientation

August 24 Monday 8:00 A.M. First Year Fall Term classes begin

9:00 A.M. Physician Assistant Program Registration

10:00 A.M. Second Year Class - Registration

11:00 A.M. Centennial Convocation

1 :00 P.M. Second Year Fall Term Classes Begin
2:00-4:00 P.M. PsyD Program Registration (1st year PsyD students)

4:00 P.M. Biomedical Sciences Registration

6:30 P.M. PsyD Program Opening Session

August 25 Tuesday PsyD Fall Term Classes Begin

August 31 Monday Clerkship 4 (Class of 1999/Class of 2000)

September 7 Monday Labor Day (No Classes)

September 28 Monday Clerkship 5 (Class of 1999/Class of 2000)

Sept 28 -Oct 2 Mon.-Fri. No Classes for PsyD Program

September 30 Wednesday Yom Kippur Holiday (No Classes)

October 26 Monday Clerkship 6 (Class of 1999/Class of 2000)

November 9 Monday PsyD Registration begins for Winter Term November

13 Friday Fall Term classes end (All Programs except PsyD)

November 16 - 20 Mon.-Fri. Final Exams

November 20 Friday PsyD Program classes end



Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine

2000-2002



Winter 2000-2001



November 23



November 26 - 29
December 18
December 21

December 22
January' 4

January 18
January 19

January 22
February 1
February 15
February 19
February 22
February 22 - 26
February* 26

March 1-14



Monday



Thurs.-Sun.

Friday
Monday

Tuesday
Monday

Monday

Monday

Friday

Monday

Monday

Friday

Monday

Mon.-Fri.

Friday

Mon.-Sun.



11:00 A.M.



Winter Term classes begin

Second Term Begins for Class of 1999/ ( lass ol 2000

Clerkship 7 (Class of 1999/Class of 2000)

Thanksgiving break (All Students)

Winter Break Begins for PsyD Program

Clerkship 8 (Class of 1999)

Winter Break begins for Class of 2000

Winter Break begins at close of classes

Classes Resume

Clerkship 8 (Class of 2000)

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day (no classes)

Clerkship 9 (Class of 1999)

Founders Day Assembly

Clerkship 9 (Class of 2000)

Clerkship 10 (Class of 1999)

Winter Term classes end (All Programs except PsyD)

PsyD Registration begins for Spring Term

Final Exams

PsyD Program classes end

Spring Break begins following Final Exams

Spring Break for Class of 2000



March 8


Monday


March 9-10


Tues.-Wed


March 15


Monday


April 2 - 5


Fri.-Mon.


April 12


Monday


May 7


Friday


May 10 - 14


Mon.-Fri.


May 9


Sunday


May 10


Monday


May 18


Tuesday


May 21


Friday


May 24 - 28


Mon.-Fri.



May 28



Fridav



Spring 2000-2001

Spring Term classes begin

Comlex Level II

Clerkship 11 (Class of 1999)

Clerkship 10 (Class of 2000)

Easter Holiday

Clerkship 12 (Class of 1999)

Clerkship 11 (Class of 2000)

Second Year Spring Term classes end

Second Year Final Exams

Third and Fourth Year End

Clerkship 1 (Class of 2000)

PsyD Registration begins for Summer Session

First Year Spring Term classes end

Biomedical Science classes end

Physician Assistant classes end

First Year Final Exams

Biomedical Science Program Final Exams

Physician Assistant Program Final Exams

PsyD Program classes end



Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine

2000-2002



May 10
May 18
June 1
June 1-2
June 6
June 7

June 7 -July 30
June 28
July 5

July 6

July 6 -July 16

July 8

July 12
August 2

August 9
August 10

August 17-18
August 20



Monday

Tuesday

Tuesday

Tuesday- Wednesday

Sunday

Monday

Monday-Friday

Monday

Monday

Tuesday

Tuesday-Friday

Thursday

Monday

Monday

Monday
Tuesday

Tuesday-Wednesday
Friday



Summer 2001

Clerkship 1 - D.O. Class of 2000
Psy.D. Program Registration begins for Summer Session
Psy.D. Program Summer Session 1 begins
Comlex Level 1
3:00 P.M. Commencement

Clerkship 2 - D.O. Class of 2000

Clerkship 1 - D.O. Class of 2001

D.O. Program Second Year Remedial Exams

Preceptorship 1 - PA. Class of 2000

Clerkship 3 - D.O. Class of 2000

Clerkship 2 - D.O. Class of 2001

SummerStart Program Begins

D.O. Program First Year Remedial Exams

Psy.D. Program Summer Session 1 ends

Psy.D. Program Summer Session 2 begins

Clerkship 4 - D.O. Class of 2000

Clerkship 3 - D.O. Class of 2001

Preceptorship 2 - P. A. Class of 2000

Psy.D. Program Registration begins for Fall Term

(2nd-5th Year Psy.D. students only)

Comlex Level II (Military Students)

Psy.D. Program Summer Session 2 ends



August 17-18
August 19-20
August 23



Tuesday-Wednesday

Thursday-Friday

Monday



August 30

September 6
September 20 - 24
September 20

September 25
September 27

October 25



November 1
November 9
November 12
November 15
November 16
November 19



19



Monday

Monday

Monday-Friday

Monday

Saturday
Monday

Monday

Monday

Tuesday

Friday

Monday-Friday

Tuesday

Friday



Fall 2001-2002

9:00 A.M. P.A. Class of 2001 Registration/Orientation

9:00 A.M. D.O. Program First Year Class - Registration/Orientation

Fall Term Classes Begin
10:00 A.M. D.O. Program Second Year Class - Registration

11:00 A.M. Convocation/Dedication Student Activity Center

2:00-4:00 P.M. Psy.D. Program Registration (1st year students)

M.S. Psychology Program Registration
4:00 P.M. Biomedical Sciences Registration/Orientation

6:30 P.M. Psychology Program Opening Session

Clerkship 5 - D.O. Class of 2000

Clerkship 4 - D.O. Class of 2001

Labor Day (No Classes)

No Classes for M.S. Psychology Program

Yom Kippur Holiday (No Classes)

Preceptorship 3 - PA. Class of 2000

Parent/Family Open House

Clerkship 6 - D.O. Class of 2000

Clerkship 5 - D.O. Class of 2001

Clerkship 7 - D.O. Class of 2000

Clerkship 6 - D.O. Class of 2001

Preceptorship 4 - PA. Class of 2000

Psychology Program Registration begins for Winter Term

Fall Term classes end (All Programs except Psychology)

Final Exams

M.S. Psychology Program classes end

Psy.D. Program classes end



November 22



November 25-28
December 13-17
December 17
December 20
December 22



Monday



Thursday-Sunday

Monday-Friday

Friday

Monday

Wednesday



Winter 2001-2002

Winter Term Classes Begin

Second Term Begins for D.O. Class of 2000/Class of 2001

Clerkship 8 - D.O. Class of 2000

Clerkship 7 - D.O. Class of 2001

Thanksgiving Break (All Students)

Fund. Of Preceptorships II - P.A. Class of 2000

Winter Break Begins for Psychology Program

Winter Break begins for D.O. Class of 2000/Class of 2001

Winter Break begins at close of classes



Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine

2000-2002



January 3



January 17
January 31

February 14
February 18
February 22
February 21-25
February 25



Feb. 28 -Mar. 12



Monday



Monday
Monday

Monday

Friday

Tuesday

Monday-Friday

Friday



Monday-Sunday



Winter 2001-2002 (cont.)
Classes Resume

Clerkship 9 - DO. Class of 2000
Clerkship 8 -DO. Class of 2001
Preceptorship 5 - PA. Class of 2000
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day (no classes]
Clerkship 10 - D.O. Class of 2000
Clerkship 9 - D.O. Class of 2001
Preceptorship 6 - PA. Class of 2000

Winter Term classes end (All Programs except Psy.D. Program)
Psy.D. Program Registration begins for Spring Term
Final Exams

M.S. Psychology Program classes end
Psy.D. Program classes end
Spring Break begins following Final Exams
Spring Break for D.O. Class of 2000/Class of 2001



March 6
March 7 - 8
March 13

March 27
April 10

April 21-24
April 21 - 26
May 5
May 7
May 8
May 8 -12
May 8 - 14
May 15
May 16
May 19



May 22 - 26
May 26



Monday

Tuesday-Wednesday

Monday

Monday
Monday

Friday-Monday

Friday-Wednesday

Friday

Sunday

Monday

Monday-Friday

Monday-Sunday

Monday

Tuesday

Friday



Monday-Friday



Friday



Spring 2001-2002

Spring Term Classes Begin

Comlex Level 11

Clerkship 11 - D.O. Class of 2000

Clerkship 10 - D.O. Class of 2001

Preceptorship 7 - PA. Class of 2000

Clerkship 12 - D.O. Class of 2000

Clerkship 11 - D.O. Class of 2001

Easter Holiday

Easter Holiday for M.S. Psychology Program

D.O. Program Second Year Spring Term classes end

D.O. Program Third and Fourth Year End

Preceptorship 8 - PA. Class of 2000

D.O. Program Second Year Final Exams

Vacation - D.O. Class of 2001

Clerkship 1 - D.O. Class of 2001

Psychology Registration begins for Summer Session

D.O. Program First Year Spring Term classes end

Biomedical Science classes end

Physician Assistant classes end

D.O. Program First Year Fmal Exams

Biomedical Science Program Final Exams

Physician Assistant Program Final Exams

M.S. Psychology Program classes end

Psy.D. Program classes end



Summer 2002

May 29 Monday Memorial Day

May 30 Tuesday PA. Class of 2001 Summer Session Begins

M.S. Psychology Program Summer Session Begins

Psy.D. Program Summer Session 1 Begins
June 4 Sunday D.O. Program Commencement

June 5 - July 28 Monday-Friday D.O Program Second Year Remedial Exams

June 6 - 7 Tuesday-Wednesday Comlex Level I

June 12 Monday Clerkship 2 - D.O. Class of 2001

Clerkship 1 - D.O. Class of 2002
June 16 Friday PA. Class of 2000 Preceptorships End

To Be Announced Graduate Programs Commencement

July 3 - 14 Monday-Friday D.O. Program First Year Remedial Exams

July 4 Tuesday 4th of July Holiday (no classes)

July 7 Friday Psy.D. Program Summer Session 1 Ends

July 10 Monday Clerkship 3 - D.O. Class of 2001

Clerkship 2 - D.O. Class of 2002

Psy.D. Program Summer Session 2 Begins
July 14 Friday M.S. Psychology Program Summer Session Ends

August 7 Monday Clerkship 4 - D.O. Class of 2001

Clerkship 3 - D.O. Class of 2002
August 18 Friday EA. Class of 2001 Summer Session Ends

Psy.D. Program Summer Session 2 Ends
August 21 Monday New Academic Year Begins



Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine

Mission

Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine is dedicated to providing
programs of study to educate skilled professionals in health and science
fields and competent and caring osteopathic physicians. The programs of
study are built on the foundations of primary care, and an orientation to
the needs of the community and they are guided by osteopathic tradition,
concept and practice. The College is committed to the advancement of
knowledge and encouragement of intellectual growth through research
and leadership and to the advancement of the community through health
promotion, education and service.

The College

Philadelphia is renowned for medical education. Among its five well-
known medical colleges, only one is osteopathic. We at PCOM are proud
of our osteopathic heritage. More than 60,000 osteopathic physicians
practicing today are an integral part of America's health care delivery system.

The medical program trains students who will become skilled, caring,
and successful physicians guided by the strengths of osteopathic principles
refined during a century of medical practice, teaching and research. A
growing variety of health-related graduate programs builds on PCOM's
heritage of community-based care and the emerging vision of an integrated
health care team.

PCOM was chartered in 1899 and has graduated more than 9,800
physicians. The college founders, O.J. Snyder, DO, and Mason Pressly DO,
were outspoken, pioneering physicians who explored and taught the use of
manipulative therapy in the prevention of disease long before the use of
penicillin and modern drugs. Each year, Founders Day celebrates our origin
as a professional school dedicated to improved methods of the healing
arts in accordance with osteopathic principles . . . and to research and the
dissemination of scientific knowledge.

A leader among the 19 osteopathic colleges, PCOM is of national significance
in osteopathic medical education. Our total medical student body numbers
over 1000 and approximately 350 graduate students pursue their degrees at
PCOM. Nearly 70 percent of our students are Pennsylvanians. More than
200 colleges and 21 states are represented in the student body.

Supported by the best modern technology, PCOM emphasizes a practitioners
approach and community orientation in all its degree programs to prepare
students for the new challenges facing the behavioral and medical sciences
in the 21st century.



The Degrees Awarded

Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine

PCOM awards the degree, Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (DO) to
graduates who satisfactorily complete the required four-year course of study
in the osteopathic medical curriculum.

Master of Science in Biomedical Sciences

PCOM awards a Master of Science (MS) in biomedical sciences to
graduates of an evening graduate program of 2-3 years duration. The
program provides a strong base of biomedical content in the first year,
followed by mentored research in the degree candidacy year(s).

Doctor of Psychology

A doctoral program in clinical psychology is offered, leading to the PsyD
This program follows a practitioner-scholar model and is designed for
students who have previously earned a masters degree in a behavioral
science. The program is comprised of a sequence of courses, practicum
experience, comprehensive examinations, a dissertation and a clinical
psychology internship.

Master of Science in Clinical Health Psychology

A 2-year, 48-credit program prepares students to provide evaluation,
counseling and therapy services in a wide variety of clinical settings with an
emphasis on using psychological interventions in the treatment of medical
problems.

Master of Science in Health Science (Physician Assistant Studies)

A 2-year graduate-level program in physician assistant studies is offered,
leading to the Master of Science in health science. This program accepts
students from an accelerated bachelor's program in partnership with the
University of The Sciences in Philadelphia and also accepts entering
graduate students with bachelor's degrees from other institutions.

Advanced Master's Degrees: Forensic Medicine (MS) and Emergency
Medicine (MS)

The advanced masters degrees are offered by the Department of Physician
Assistant Studies and intended for mid-level health professionals who desire
advanced knowledge, skills and credentialing in a specialized health area.
Physician assistants, nurse practitioners, paramedics and other health
professionals seeking a graduate degree can benefit from these programs,
which are scheduled in evening and weekend sessions to accommodate the
working professional

Master of Science in Organizational Development and Leadership (MS)

The Organizational Development and Leadership graduate degree
program is targeted to the working professional with evening and weekend
class sessions. The 36-credit masters program prepares leaders in the art
and science of managing strategic change by teaching the competencies and



skills sets for improving organization performance and realizing human
potential.

Clinical Master of Science

As part of the college's residency training programs, PCOM also awards a
Master of Science (MSc) in various clinical specialties. The requirements of
this degree are described in the Postdoctoral Education section of this
catalog.

Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study in Psychology

The Department of Psychology offers a 10-month program of weekend
seminars in cognitive behavior therapy leading to the award of a Certificate
of Advanced Graduate Study. A more detailed description of the CAGS
program is provided in the section on Continuing Education in Psychology.

Certificate of Graduate Study in the Biomedical Sciences

Designed for students preparing for professional school admission, the
certificate program provides a strong base of biomedical lecture and
laboratory work in a one-year, full-time evening schedule.

Matriculation and Degree Conferral

Matriculation and attendance at the college are privileges granted to the
student in consideration of performance of specified assignments and the
maintenance of established standards of personal and professional conduct.
The college reserves the right, and the student, by the act of matriculation,
concedes to the college the right to require withdrawal at any time the
college deems it necessary to safeguard PCOM standards of scholarship,
conduct, and compliance with regulations, or for such other reasons deemed
appropriate by the college.

Each candidate for a degree or certificate of graduate study must be free
of indebtedness to the college. Neither the college diploma nor an academic
transcript will be given until all financial obligations to PCOM have been
met.

Accreditation

Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine is accredited by the
Commission on Higher Education of the Middle States Association of
Colleges and Schools, 3624 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104, (215)
662-5606. The Commission on Higher Education is recognized by the U.S.
Secretary of Education and the Commission on Recognition of
Postsecondary Accreditation.

The college is also approved by the Department of Education of the
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Documents of accreditation are on file in
the President's Office, with copies in the Dean's Office, and may be seen
upon request.

Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine is fully accredited by the
Bureau of Professional Education of the American Osteopathic Association,
which is the recognized accrediting agency for the approval of colleges
preparing osteopathic physicians.

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PCOM's Physician Assistant Program is accredited by the Accreditation
Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA).

Memberships

Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine is a member of the
American Council on Education, the Association of Academic Health
Centers, the American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine, and
the Council for the Advancement and Support of Education.

The college is a member of the American Association of Colleges of
Osteopathic Medicine, which is a constituent member of the American
Council on Education.

Administration, Trustees and Emeriti

Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine Administration
Herbert Lotman, LLD (Hon.), Chairman, Board of Trustees
Matthew Schure, PhD, President and Chief Executive Officer
Samuel H. Steinberg, PhD, Executive Vice President and Chief

Operating Officer
Kenneth J. Veit, DO, MBA, Vice President for Academic Affairs

and Dean
Peter Doulis, CPA, Vice President for Finance and Chief

Financial Officer
Florence D. Zeller, MPA, CFRE, Vice President for Alumni Relations

and Development
Robert G. Cuzzolino, EdD, Associate Dean for Academic Administration
Carol A. Fox, MM, Associate Dean for Admissions and

Enrollment Management
Richard M. Kriebel, PhD, Associate Dean for Curriculum and Research
Eugene Mochan, PhD, DO, Associate Dean for Primary Care and

Community Outreach
Richard A. Pascucci, DO, Associate Dean for Graduate

Medical Education
William R. Henwood, DO, Regional Assistant Dean.

Western Pennsylvania
Donald H. Thome, DO, Regional Assistant Dean, Central Pennsylvania
Laura Bell, BA, Risk Manager
Victoria Blair, Billing Manager

John Carlin, MBA, Director of Financial Operations
Lori Clarke, BA, Annual Giving Officer
Zelidez Colon-Pennock, BA, Director of Financial Aid
Christine Dorian, MA, Public Relations Manager
Jane Z. Dumsha, MS, Director of Academic Research Development
Linda Gentry, Payroll Manager

Dean S. Gray, BA, Director of Materials Management
Carol Hargy, BA, SPHR, Director of Human Resources
Richard Kralle, AA, Director of Security and Public Safety
Kimberly Litvinov, Registrar
Mary Marker-Kraus, Director of Ambulatory Care Network



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Allan M. McLeod, DO, Director of Undergraduate Clinical Education

Andrew Mueller, MBA, Accounting Manager

Alexander Pastuszek, BA, Recreation Manager

Edward Porreca, Accounting Manager

Scott P. Righter, BA, Major Gifts Officer

Ernest Ritacco, MBA, Financial Analysis and Budgeting Manager

Wendy Romano, Director of Marketing and Communications

Pamela Ruoff, BA, Alumni Relations Officer

Joy Schweizer, Purchasing Manager

Angela Shands, Human Resources Manager

Etheldra Templeton, MS, Executive Director and Chair, Library and

Educational Information Systems

Henry C. Tomkiewicz, MA, Director of Student Affairs

James A. Williams, MS, Director of MIS/Telecommunications

Frank Windle, Director of Plant Operations

James Wood, AA, Director of Animal Colony

Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine
Board of Trustees

Officers

Chairman of the Board, Herbert Lotman, LLD (hon.)

Vice Chairman, Eugene B. Chaiken, LLD (hon.)

President and Chief Executive Officer, Matthew Schure, PhD

Executive Vice President; Chief Operating Officer and Secretary,

Samuel H. Steinberg. PhD
Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean. Kenneth J. Veit, DO, MBA
Vice President for Finance and Chief Financial Officer, Peter Doulis, CPA
Vice President for Alumni Relations and Development.

Florence D. Zeller. MPA. CFRE
Assistant Secretaries, Lavinia Lafferty and Joan McGettigan


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