News in brief New AOA app provides opportunities to connect, stay on top of DO news The content provided within the app can be customized to fit your own interests and specialty and will give you new ways to connect with colleagues and access important information. Jan. 12, 2022Wednesday The DO Staff Contact The DO Staff Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email The AOA recently launched a brand-new member mobile app called My AOA. Available to download from the Apple and Google Play app stores, the My AOA app will provide users with exclusive news and resources for osteopathic physicians and medical students. The content provided within the app can be customized to fit your own interests and specialty and will give you new ways to connect with colleagues and access important information. Along with connecting readers to the latest DO news and information, the My AOA app can help members track, manage and self-report your CME, check AOA Board Certification expiration dates, engage with colleagues, and access AOA programs, services and member benefits. Although the app will have content that both AOA members and nonmembers can access, it has some member-only features. After accessing the app, enable notifications in the “Settings” sections in the My AOA app menu and on your device to ensure you’ll receive all the latest updates. To check out the app today, use your login credentials from Osteopathic.org. If you need assistance logging in, contact the AOA Member Resource Center at (312) 202-8000, or look up your AOA account here. More in Newsbriefs DO Day Scholarship available for DO residents, fellows and new physicians: Applications due Jan. 31 DO residents, fellows and new physicians in practice can receive a scholarship to cover registration and travel. Applications open for 2022-2023 AOA leadership positions Get involved and help lead the next generation of physicians. Apply to serve on an AOA bureau, committee or council. Previous article5 books to read in 2022 Next articlePhysician leadership: How do I move from practicing medicine into an administrative role?