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"I can't tell you how much apps and mobile devices have changed the way I practice medicine," said Robert Hasty, DO.
The action caps more than two years of deliberations, negotiations and soul-searching. "I am elated," student says.
Concern over growing public acceptance of marijuana spurred two resolutions, which the House did not pass.
With the vast range in the credibility of information on the Internet, a resolution addressing patient use of medical websites is needed, delegate says.
The FDA issued a proposed rule to regulate e-cigarettes, which is as far as federal regulation has reached.
"These residency positions are paid for by federal tax dollars, so U.S. citizens should have the first opportunity to fill them," says Steven Sherman, DO.
Colleagues say Robert Juhasz, DO, will bring expertise in osteopathic medical education and stamina for advocacy to the role.
Looking for more details about the plan to form a single system of GME accreditation? The AOA's president and president-elect open up.
The AOA's annual competition encourages students, interns and residents to study the profession's past struggles and achievements.
"When there's 50 or 60 physicians standing in a hallway outside of a senator's office, it does have a massive impact," says Teshina Wilson, DO.
The AOA has selected infectious diseases investigator Robert Orenstein, DO, to advance the AOA’s strategic agenda for osteopathic medical research and lead the JAOA.
A veteran health strategist, Adrienne White-Faines, MPA, looks to heighten the AOA's profile and strengthen its influence.