The OIA is an “organization of organizations,” and its member organizations are its lifeblood. These organizations offer valuable insight into how the OIA can best advance the interest of osteopathic professionals and their patients around the world. They help to ensure the realization of the OIA’s mission — and in return, they benefit from an alliance that works for them.
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- The Osteopathic International Alliance accepts educational institutions as partner members, but does not assess or certify the quality of these schools, does not offer accreditation or standards enforcement, and does not intend that partnership membership is interpreted as such.
- Member organizations who have concerns about courses in osteopathy and/or osteopathic medicine being offered in their countries which fail to meet approved training standards may request the support of the Secretariat to bring this to the attention of regulatory authorities.