With the first baby boomers retiring in 2011—and with more than a quarter of the US population expected to be 65 or older by 2030—some DOs are changing how they practice medicine.
The co-founder and executive director of the Global AIDS Alliance, Paul S. Zeitz, DO, MPH, recently spoke to The DO about his evolution from public health specialist to global AIDS activist and political advocate.
The founder and medical director of the Child Abuse Research Education and Service Institute in Stratford, N.J., Martin A. Finkel, DO, has built a career on seeing what others can’t.
The DO boom—and the need to sustain it with more osteopathic graduate medical education—was on the minds of the more than 130 osteopathic physicians and other educators who attended the 17th annual Education Leadership Conference in January.
To entice osteopathic medical students, interns and residents to study their profession’s past struggles and achievements, the AOA Bureau of Osteopathic History and Identity is conducting its third annual history essay competition.
AOA President John A. Strosnider, DO, was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in early April and has begun weekly chemotherapy treatments. Dr Strosnider said that he intends to carry out his duties as AOA president.
AOA President John A. Strosnider, DO, encourages readers to honor their mentors by nominating them for the AOA Mentor of the Year Award.
AOA Executive Director John B. Crosby, JD, reports on the state of the AOA’s financial health.
Arnold Melnick, DO, offers advice on that tiny punctuation mark that often alters the meaning of words and phrases: the hyphen.
John Casey, OMS III, presents the winners of the Student Osteopathic Medical Association’s second annual photo contest.