Advocacy and leadership

DO Day 2022 offers virtual and in-person opportunities

DO Day 2022 will take place April 23-27 virtually and in Washington, D.C. Registration is now open.


The AOA’s premier osteopathic advocacy event, DO Day – Distinctive in Healthcare Advocacy and Leadership, will take place virtually and in-person April 23-27. This event offers virtual leadership and professional development CME and sessions for physicians, affiliate leaders and students, as well as in-person opportunities to educate lawmakers about osteopathic physician and student issues.

This year’s virtual sessions will occur on Saturday, April 23 and Sunday, April 24. Additionally, attendees can sign up for in-person briefings and congressional meetings in Washington, D.C., on Tuesday, April 26 and Wednesday, April 27. The virtual conference will be available for viewing through June 3.  

Keynote speakers include Meagan Johnson, a nationally recognized multi-generational expert and generational studies enthusiast, and Amy Walter, an American political analyst, and the publisher and editor-in-chief of the Cook Political Report with Amy Walter.

Register for DO Day here.

One comment

  1. john obudzinski DO FACOI

    if chiropractors want to be physicians they can just enroll and graduate from a four year school of osteopathic or allopathic medicine than do 3 more years or more of post graduate training
    Also PA now want to be called “Physician Associates” They are midlevel providers or Physician Assistants with 2000 hours of clinical training better than 500 hours of clinical supervised training by NP’s who in many states states can practice without physician overbite ( dangerous as I taught both PA’s and NP’s both need supervision oversight directly but due to lack of PCP’s Primary Care Physicians organizations can get three NP’s for price of one experienced physician. So cost factor not best medical practices are leading medical organizations to hire NP’s Most of the Medicare population is not aware of their lack of training and their diminished knowledge of medicine. Sad state of affairs

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