OMI Salzburg Medical SeminarsOMI Salzburg Medical Seminars
The OMI - Salzburg Medical Seminars (the Salzburg-Weill Cornell Seminars, the Salzburg-CHOP Seminars for Pediatrics, the Salzburg-Cleveland Seminars, the Salzburg-Duke Seminar and the Salzburg-Columbia Seminars) are the first step in OMI’s postgraduate medical education program. The seminars are taught by physicians from leading American hospitals and their affiliated medical schools and are directed to physicians practicing in Central and Eastern Europe, Central Asia, the former Soviet Union and other countries in transition.
OMI Health Leadership SeminarsThe OMI Leadership Seminars provide complementary education in the fields of public health and medical leadership. They are designed to enhance OMI Alumni’s clinical education and to enable them to take on leading positions in their home countries. We have more than 200 applications for 35 slots, which underlines the popularity and necessity of such seminars. The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and the Association of Schools of Public Health in the European Region (ASPHER) provide the academic leadership for these seminars. The following leadership seminars are offered for OMI alumni:Medical EducationMedical LeadershipMedical Quality & Patient SafetyApplied Clinical ResearchMedical InformaticsPublic Health
OMI ObservershipThe aim of the OMI-Medical Observership Program is to integrate seminar alumni into the international medical community by inviting them to spend up to 3 months, usually in one-month periods, at Austrian hospitals to improve their clinical skills. During their stay fellows are exposed to new operating techniques, treatment protocols and modern hospital management. They are able to establish long term collaborations with their Austrian colleagues in the form of ongoing studies between their respective institutions.