An escalator accident severed Cruz Ramos’ index finger when he was a child, but that didn’t stop him from becoming a talented baseball player.
Health edSept. 24, 2018
As Flint’s water crisis has eased, finding ways to improve the health of the city’s residents has become a greater concern.
Dads becoming DocsSept. 24, 2018
Two LMU-DCOM students share the things that have helped them thrive as dads who are training to become physicians.
At OMED 2018, many of the profession’s leaders will be digging into the issues of the day in a series of high-energy talks.Sept. 18, 2018
The U.S. Department of Education has granted recognition to the Commission on Osteopathic College Accreditation continuously since 1952.Aug. 23, 2018
Collaborative aims to give residents, fellows the skills to eliminate health care disparities throughout their careers.Aug. 22, 2018
One school is making medical school more affordable by offering full-tuition scholarships to all students.Aug. 21, 2018
Building a brand for yourself doesn’t have to be an all-consuming project. Here are a few simple ways to get started.
'Important and worrisome'
To fix the doctor burnout crisis, the profession needs to better understand it first, physicians examining these studies argue.
What to expect during OMS II
New challenges and opportunities abound during second year—here’s advice from third-year students, who also share what they wish they had known.
Some physicians have been punched, kicked, beaten—and worse—by the patients they serve.
Micropractices: Small footprint, big changes for patient care, DOs say
A micropractice is a type of solo practice that aims to run more efficiently by reducing overhead costs in order to increase time with patients. Physicians running micropractices limit the size of their patient population and employ time-saving technologies to increase efficiency; these actions serve the goal of fostering a strong patient-doctor relationship.