In choosing “DOs: Fit for Life” as the theme for his year in office, AOA President Peter B. Ajluni, DO, is asking osteopathic physicians to serve as health and fitness role models for their patients.
For AOA President-elect Carlo J. DiMarco, DO, osteopathic graduate medical education is the lifeblood of the profession.
A month after the death of its president, the AOA convened the annual meetings of its House of Delegates and Board of Trustees for a week of policymaking, mourning, reflection and celebration.
A look at the attendees of the annual meetings of the AOA House and Board.
From stem cell research to end-of-life care, from illegal immigration to physician-assisted suicide, the AOA House approved policy statements on a number of morally and ethically charged issues during its meeting in July.
All attendees of the 112th Annual AOA Convention and Scientific Seminar in San Diego are invited to lace up their sneakers for the DOs: Fit for Life 5K Fun Run/Walk on Oct 2.
AOA President Peter B. Ajluni, DO, describes the six pathways of the AOA’s 2008-10 strategic plan: governance, research, education, advocacy, teamwork and family.
AOA Executive Director John B. Crosby, JD, explains how the AOA will follow the six strategic pathways to become a “GREAT Family of DOs.”
Arnold Melnick, DO, discusses how good relations with patients can build a practice and how the absence of proper communication can destroy one.
Daniel N. Ginn, OMS II, recounts the experiences of five students who participated in a medical mission to Liberia this summer.