Join us April 14-20, 2019 to spread the word about the osteopathic medical profession and the distinctive care DOs provide.
National Osteopathic Medicine (NOM) Week brings members of the osteopathic family together in pursuit of one common goal: Raising awareness of osteopathic medicine and DOs in communities big and small throughout the country.
You can participate in NOM week by joining your fellow DOs and medical students in the following activities:
Promote through social media
Show your pride by adding our "You DO You" overlay to your Facebook profile pic. There are fun options for physicians and medical students. Add an overlay.
Support the Doctors That DO campaign
Now in its third year, the AOA's Doctors That DO campaign features real DOs who are making a difference in the lives of their patients each day. Learn more at DoctorsThatDO.org.
Educate your patients
Although awareness of osteopathic medicine is growing by leaps and bounds, some patients may not fully understand the osteopathic approach to care. Check out our online store for a wide selection of brochures designed to educate consumers about DOs and osteopathic medicine.
Practice your elevator pitch
Educate your patients and the public about osteopathic medicine with our customized elevator pitch: There are two types of fully licensed physicians in the U.S. – MDs and DOs. Our training and education are very similar and equally rigorous, but DOs come at the practice of medicine from a different philosophy. We tend to partner with our patients to help them get healthy and stay well.