Sometimes bristling against the habits of their predecessors, younger DOs are redefining what it means to be an osteopathic physician—in small ways and large.
Even with the demands of clinical practice and medical training, DOs and students find plenty of good reasons to pursue an additional advanced degree … or two or three.
The collaborative online medical encyclopedia Medpedia launches. In addition, the FSMB is looking for a DO or MD to serve as its president and CEO.
In the early months of 2009, the AOA has been busy battling ever-increasing attempts by nonphysician clinicians, especially nurse practitioners, to expand their scopes of practice.
The AOA is advancing the patient-centered medical home concept as a key component of healthcare reform.
Even experienced speakers sometimes slip up in giving speeches.
A former Baptist minister, psychotherapist and ambulance driver, 57-year-old Patrick W. Conway, OMS II, of UNECOM embarks on his longtime dream to become a physician.
In early March, the AOA Board of Trustees voted unanimously to oppose the UNTHSC’s decision to explore adding an allopathic medical program.