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Dr. James Jealous DO

Dr. James Jealous DO



JAMES S. JEALOUS, D.O. CURRICULUM VITAE


B.A. University of Vermont, 1965, philosophy, botany and premed majors.

Kirksville College of Osteopathy and Surgery, 1965-1970.

Member of U.A.A.O., 1965-1970.

Fellow, Department of Anatomy, Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine, 1967-1970.

National Honors Society Recipient, 1969.

Doctorate of Osteopathy Granted, 1970.

Family Practice, 1970 to 2005. Retired 2005 to teaching only.

Internship, Osteopathic Hospital of Maine, 1971.

Emergency Room Physician, Northern Cumberland Memorial Hospital, 1971.

Staff Member, Osteopathic Hospital of Maine, 1971-1974.

Staff Member, Northern Cumberland Memorial Hospital, 1971-1984.

Participated in over 9,000 hours of postgraduate CME.

In-office training of medical students since 1973 – 2005.

Cranial Academy Member, 1978 to 2005.

Clinic Instructor of Family Medicine at New England College of Osteopathic Medicine, 1980 to 2003.

Lecturer for student courses at N.E.COM., 1978-1998.

Director/Coordinator and Founder of Extracurricular Course in Osteopathy at N.E.COM., 1980-1994.

Board Member of Sutherland Cranial Teaching Foundation, 1968-1994.

Director of Continuing Studies Program for S.C.T.F., 1988-1994. Includes dissection coordination with Frank Willard, Ph.D., and lecture assignments, course design for annual meeting (3 days) to be held annually.

Co-Founder of New England Study Group for Osteopathy, 1988. Member 1988-2005.

Sutherland Memorial Lectures, 2003.

Nominee for Jefferson Award, 1989, Community Service.

Lecturer at British College of Osteopathy and Maidstone College of Osteopathy, 1989-1990.

President of Osteopathic Center for Children, London, England, 1990 to 2005.

Annual visiting Lecturer to National Dental Seminar in Homeopathy, 1992-present.

Recipient of James S. Jealous, D.O. Scholarship for Excellence in Osteopathy, 1993. A scholarship for $1,000, given to N.E.COM to be awarded annually to a student excelling in the field of Osteopathy. Donor was anonymous.

Recipient of Faculty Recognition Award U.A.A.O. N.E.C.O.M., 1993.

Board Certified by American Board of Osteopathic Specialists in Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine, 1995 – 2005.

Co-founder of the Foundation for Osteopathic Research and Training, and BioBasics a non-profit Teaching Foundation aimed at student teaching. Member and director 1986 to present.

Founder and Director of Biodynamic Perspectives in Cranial Osteopathy, 1994, including 12 page published manual.

Twelve to fifteen courses a year, teaching, 1966-2008, 20-25 per year since 1998.

Co-director of Curriculum for Diploma in Pediatric Osteopathy at the Osteopathic Center for Children, London, England, 1997-1998.

Lecturer, Grand Rounds, University of Vermont Medical Center, 1997.

Lecturer at multiple community organizations focused on health, 1997, 1998.

Published interview in Alternative Medicine Journal, 1997, article, 1998.

Manuscript reviewer for Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine, 1997.

Vermont Association of Osteopathic Physicians and Surgeons, 1997-2003.

Member of Curriculum Committee for diploma in pediatrics, OCC, 1997-2000.

Lecturer, Vermont Complementary Medical Association, 1998.

Instructor, Advancing Skills Course Sponsored by Cranial Academy, 1998.

Published Paper, "The Other Pair of Hands", Alternative Therapies, January 1998, Vol. 4, No. 1.

Published Interview – Sutherland Cranial Academy of Belgium – Publication, 1998.

T. L Northup Lecture Honoree – 1999.

Guest Speaker at TUCOM – 1999.

Published Paper, "Accepting the Death of Osteopathy – 1999 T. L. Northup Lecture", A.A.O. Journal, winter 1999, Vol. 9, No. 4.

Published, "The D.O.", an official publication of the A.O.A., December 1999.

Published, "Osteopathy: a new beginning", The A.A.O. Journal, cover story, December 1999.

Member: American Academy of Osteopathy – 1970-present.
American Osteopathic Association – 1970-2003
Cranial Academy – 1978-2005

Past licensure in Missouri, Maine, Vermont, NH – Retired.

Honorary Member of the Sutherland Cranial Association of Belgium.

Dean's Circle K.C.O.M. Strategic Research Initiative, 1999, 2000.

Published Audio Text – "The Biodynamics of Osteopathy", 2001-present (40 CD’s published.)

Member of Primary Respiration Research Task Force Sponsored by Cranial Academy - 1998.

Canadian Sutherland Society Honorary Lifetime Membership.

Consulting Board member to the Awakening Sanctuary in Monkton, Vermont.

Creator and author of Biodynamic Curriculum 1992 – present.

Lecturer, National Osteopathic Convention, Germany 2005 – 2007.

Lecturer, Australian Osteopathic Convention 2005-2007.

Lecturer: Pediatric Center for Children, Grenoble, France 2005-2007.

Becker Memorial Honoree and Lecturer, England 2002.

Sutherland Memorial Honoree and Lecturer 2001

Lecturer, 4 days, Swiss Osteopathic Center for Children 2008.

Teaching post-graduate Osteopathy – 23 courses in 2008.

Retired from General Practice to Teaching in 2003. 43 years of teaching experience in Osteopathy as of 2008.

President of S.O.C.K. in Crans Montana Switzerland from 2009 to present.

Found of Biodynamics of Pediatrics 2008.



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