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NCOPE Residency Documentation – An Overview of Required Residency Forms

Documentation is important regardless of your role in the orthotic & prosthetic profession, but especially with regard to the NCOPE Residency.  Take a quick tour of the required forms, review the documentation responsibilities for residents and mentors/directors,...

NCOPE, The Academy, ABC, AOPA, BOC, and the NAAOP Stand Together Against Racism

NCOPE is proud to stand alongside our sister organizations in the O&P profession in signing and supporting this statement. As a result of recent events in our country, we want all members of the O&P community to know that your O&P professional...

A message from the O&P profession: We Stand United To Serve

During these challenging times, our profession shows its strength through our unity. 

A Public Statement on Coronavirus/COVID-19 – Update

NCOPE continues to monitor the evolving coronavirus disease (COVID-19) from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the World Health Organization, local and national government statements and its potential impact to residency program education and...

Our Mission: Improving lives and strengthening the profession through education.


NCOPE is responsible for accrediting orthotic, prosthetic and pedorthic education programs including the clinical residency. In partnership with the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP), NCOPE leverages evidence-based accreditation practices to demonstrate its dedication to enhancing the profession. NCOPE is committed to enhancing the technical and clinical services delivered by the students and residents today, and in their future practice.




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