More than 500 AOA delegates and leaders will review resolutions and enact policy that guides the work of the AOA.
The AOA House of Delegates will convene virtually Oct. 13-14 for a special session to consider and take action on resolutions submitted by osteopathic specialty societies, state associations and other osteopathic affiliate organizations. Prior to the special session, virtual reference committees convened on Sept. 25. View the HOD reference committee roster for more information. Watch our video tutorial to learn more about the online voting process.
Select the appropriate HOD Reference Committee title to view report of the Committee (PDF document).
This reference committee reviews and considers matters related to osteopathic education, osteopathic colleges, and postdoctoral training.
This reference committee reviews and considers matters related to osteopathic health care facilities, advocacy, legislation, membership and conventions.
This reference committee reviews and considers matters related to public and industrial health, research and physical fitness.
This reference committee reviews and considers the wording of all proposed amendments to the AOA’s Constitution, Bylaws and the Code of Ethics.
This reference committee reviews and considers materials related to physician practice issues, affiliate dynamics, insurance and communications activities.
This committee presents the agenda and recommends for the approval of the rules of the House and recommends the acceptance of late resolutions. The report of this committee is prepared in collaboration with the officers of the House and is presented at the opening of the HOD meeting.
This committee drafts resolutions expressive of the sense of the meeting.
Select an option to view PDF resolutions grouped by series.
This PDF document contains all resolutions that will be considered at the special session of the AOA House of Delegates meeting Oct. 13 – 14, 2020.
The deadline for submitting resolutions for HOD consideration was Friday, July 10. Contact us for more information.
Review resolutions and reports from the last two Annual Business Meetings.