The goal of DidacticsOnline.com is to provide reviews and comments on various topics in medical discussion. Didacticsonline does not aim to replace other more comprehensive resources. We hope to be a supplement resource and a catalyst for further discussion.  This site is produced and edited by Brandon Masi Parker OMS III, POPPF.  The content will be provided by myself with the assistance of my colleagues in the Pre-doctoral Fellowship, fellow medical students and others in the medical community.    The mission of DidacitcsOnline is purely to add to medical conversation through didactic discussion.  There is absolutely no monetary profit gained….it’s actually quite the expensive project, but well worth it.

NSU-COM’s Pre-doctoral Fellowship in Osteopathic Practices and Principles is a 1 year program that takes place after the second year of medical school.  Fellows spend a year immersed in patient care in a variety of specialties, teaching first and second year medical students, conducting research and participating in weekly didactic discussions.  After completion of this year, fellows return to the regular curriculum and enter rotations with the added experience of pre-doctoral fellowship training.

’11-’12 Pre-doctoral OPP Fellows

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3 Comments on “About”

  1. Sima Haghighi says:

    I wanted to congratulate you for creating this site. I wish you and your colleagues success in learning and sharing it with others. Please keep me informed of your future posts.

  2. Jason Higgins says:

    I admire and appreciate your efforts. I find your videos incredibly helpful supplements to my own DO program’s curriculum. Thank you very much!

  3. mohamed nabil says:

    thank you for your lovely amazing videos

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