We’re already halfway through 2017! So far this year, stories about where to live as a physician, school rankings and a PBS documentary on women in osteopathic medicine are what resonated most with The DO’s readers. Let’s take a look back:
Eight osteopathic medical schools made this year’s U.S. News & World Report lists.
A WalletHub analysis considers physicians’ salary, competition, and CME requirements to rank “best” and “worst” states.
The Feminine Touch tells the story of how women played a vital role in osteopathic medicine from the very beginning.
When Medscape ranked the 2017 best and worst states for doctors, they focused on factors likely to alleviate—and cause—burnout.
Working extra hours has rewards and challenges. Take our quiz to help decide if you should moonlight.
Three DOs talk about why they love running a micropractice.
You want a personal statement that isn’t just like everyone else’s. These 10 tips can transform your essay from cookie-cutter to captivating.
Adil Manzoor, DO, shares how a residency rotation in Denver completely changed his perspective.
Unscientific medical advice is everywhere in modern culture. Here’s what physicians can do to combat it.
In the spring, the Interstate Medical Licensure Compact Commission (IMLCC) began accepting applications from qualified physicians who want to have multiple licenses in participating states. See the IMLCC website for the latest updates and information on participating states.