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Election Day happened. What does it mean for DOs?

With a new administration coming on board, learn how you can step up your efforts to advocate for the osteopathic medical profession.

Editor’s note: This article was updated May 10, 2017, to remove a broken link.

With Election Day behind us, the osteopathic medical profession is gearing up to work with a new administration next year.

Leigh Mayo, AOA director of grassroots and advocacy, explained how the election results may impact DOs in a video [Update: Broken link removed].

Here are two concrete ways you can become an advocate for the profession in 2017:

  • Be a visible and vocal advocate on social media.
  • Attend at least one Town Hall meeting with a member of Congress in your area.
    • Pledge to become a passionate advocate for osteopathic medicine in 2017!

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