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DO Day on Social Media

Raise your voice

Help us spread the word!

Let others know you're participating in DO Day by displaying a Facebook profile picture overlay or frame.

Engage with your representatives

Using our Advocacy Action Center, tweet your lawmakers to let them know that osteopathic physicians and students are eager to meet with their office to make a difference today.

Show the world you’re making an impact

Representing the osteopathic profession during DO Day 2021 on social media by displaying a Facebook overlay frame, or printable sign on social media.

Profile picture overlay & frame

To download, click this link to open the image in a new tab, and save by right-clicking and saving it to your device, or left-clicking and dragging it to your desktop if you are using a computer. To add directly to your Facebook profile picture, click here.

To download, click this link to open the image in a new tab, and save by right-clicking and saving it to your device, or left-clicking and dragging it to your desktop if you are using a computer.

Printable sign

To download and print, click this link to open the sign in a new tab. You can also save the image above by right-clicking and saving it to your device, or left-click and drag it to your desktop if you are using a computer.

Sample Social Media Posts

The pandemic reminds us that there is much work needed in public health. Today, I join 400+ DOs and medical students to advocate for national health policy at this year’s virtual #DODay21.

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Physicians deserve a say in the nation’s health policy. On #DODay21, I will work to help lawmakers set the right priorities for healthcare.

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As the center of patient care, physicians should be included in policy that affects their patients’ access to medical services. I’m proud to stand with my fellow DOs to let Congress know where we stand.  #DODay21.

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Increasing support for medical students and residents can help address the physician shortage in the U.S. Join us on #DODay21 to tell your lawmakers how they can help. #TCHGME

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