AOMA


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AcronymDefinition
AOMAAcademy of Oriental Medicine at Austin
AOMAAcupuncture and Oriental Medicine Alliance
AOMAArkansas Oil Marketers Association
AOMAAmerican Occupational Medical Association
AOMAAll Out Massive Action
AOMAArkansas Osteopathic Medical Association
AOMAAlabama Osteopathic Medical Association
AOMAAge of Mythology Archive (game fansite)
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AOMA was established 14 years ago to advance the ideals of good governance and human rights in Africa by supporting and protecting the independence and development of African Ombudsman institutions in the continent.
Responding to the challenges facing Ombudsman institutions in the continent, AOMA adopted the OR Tambo Minimum Standards for Effective Ombudsman Institutions and Cooperation declaration in 2014.
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SACS accreditation signifies that AOMA has a mission appropriate to graduate education; resources, programs and services sufficient to accomplish and sustain the college's mission; clearly specified educational objectives in line with the degree offered; and proven success in achieving its stated objectives.
AOMA also conducts more than 20,000 acupuncture and Chinese medicine patient visits annually in its student intern and professional clinics.
AOMA has always supported the Fort Smith Regional Healthcare Foundation's plans to launch the Arkansas College of Osteopathic Medicine.
It is a valuable source of information about AOMA and the field of acupuncture and Chinese medical education,” said President Dr.
The website includes an improved online store featuring products from the AOMA Herbal Medicine stores, as well as a streamlined platform to process student fees and registration payments for continuing education and informal classes.
The AOMA is currently in conversations with NYIT on developing a relationship that will yield positive collaborations between our two organizations, " AOMA Executive Director Frazier Edwards said last week in an email response to questions from Arkansas Business.
In 2012, AOMA tried to recruit Lincoln Memorial University-DeBusk College of Osteopathic Medicine of Cumberland Gap, Tennes-see, to open a school in Arkansas.
It affirms the quality and integrity of our academic medical programs,” reported AOMA President William Morris.
The AOMA is extremely excited about the development of the proposed Arkansas College of Osteopathic Medicine to be located in Fort Smith," said AOMA President James Baker.