DO Day on Capitol Hill attracts the largest group ever to participate in an advocacy event on behalf of the osteopathic medical profession.
DOs, students meet with Capitol Hill lawmakers.
A UNTHSC/TCOM dean explains the reasons behind the study to build an MD-granting school on campus.
A UNTHSC/TCOM alumnus and former faculty member argues against bringing an allopathic medical school to UNTHSC.
For more than 20 years, the Rev Leo R. "Rick" Frechette, DO, has overseen an orphanage and a hospital in the Western Hemisphere’s poorest country.
A Florida DO treated hundreds of patients last summer while volunteering at a health clinic in the Dominican Republic.
A second-place winner in the AOA Bureau of Osteopathic History and Identity’s annual essay competition, Kim Armenta, OMS V, explores how osteopathic medicine can be a driving force for improving patient care in hospital settings.
NYSOMS paid tribute to past generations of physicians who paved the way for today’s DOs in New York, and AOA board certification eligibility changes July 1.
Reforming physician payment policies tops the AOA’s list of federal advocacy priorities.
Along with the "primary care" the AOA provides, state associations and specialty societies provide "specialty care" to keep DOs’ careers healthy.
Preparation, rest and relaxation are the keys to avoiding slip-ups when giving presentations.
RVUCOM students embark on their inaugural Hill Day visit.