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Roughly 150 students attended the National Osteopathic Student Caucus, which was open to all osteopathic medical students.
Five notable new DOs share their insights on choosing a residency, thoughts on the current state of medicine and advice for students.
Because there is no way to learn everything a doctor needs to know during training, lifelong learning is a critical skill for physicians.
"Working in EMS first is a great way to see if you like patient care," says Whitney Hopkins, OMS I, of her decade-long EMS career.
Was your prehealth adviser knowledgable about DOs? Here's what the profession is doing to raise awareness.
During National ShaDO Week later this month, premeds will shadow osteopathic medical students to learn more about the profession.
Primary care residency program leaders have nuanced views on the meaning of the phrase practice-ready physicians.
Some argue that three years of GME is excessive. Yet physicians who skip residency face a number of hurdles, especially when it comes to employment.
The Liberty University College of Osteopathic Medicine in Lynchburg, Va., looks to address physician shortages in Appalachia.
Each component of an application needs careful consideration. And that consideration takes time—probably more than you think.
Lengthy, disjointed system for training physicians is ill-suited to modern health care, says KCUMB President Marc B. Hahn, DO.
With even experienced physicians uncertain of how to process patient death, students can lack good role models in end-of-life care.