Episode 78: Janette Martin M.Ed. Director of Admissions at Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine
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Welcome to the D.O. or DO Not Podcast. My name is Ben Berg, a “nontraditional" premedical student who graduated from Albany University and is now doing postgraduate work at Hunter College in New York to get ready to apply to osteopathic schools for the 2023 application cycle. I was lucky enough to attend AACOMs “Educating Leaders 2022” conference in Denver, Colorado.  Attending the conference afforded me an incredible week of lectures and networking. It was a great experience that I would recommend to any premedical student. Attending the conference as a representative of the podcast provided me with an incredible opportunity to be surrounded by great osteopathic physicians as well as administrators. Speaking for myself, this experience truly affirmed my desire to become an osteopathic physician.

In this episode of D.O. or Do Not, we have Janette Martin, M.Ed., Director of Admissions at Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine (ICOM). She gives some insight as to what makes ICOM special, including its wide range of clinical sites spreading across Idaho, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wyoming, Montana, Utah, and New York. For our premedical audience, Dr. Martin gives helpful advice regarding applying to medical schools and how to help your application stand out to admission committees. She touches on personal statements, extracurricular activities, letters of recommendation, prerequisite courses, as well as advice for nontraditional applicants.

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