CHICAGO—September 17, 2018—Concussion symptoms for children under 13 years old typically last three times longer than they do for older teens and adults, but keeping them out of the classroom during recovery is not necessarily the preferred treatment, according to a comprehensive research review in The Journal of the American Osteopathic Association. Parents should be … Read More
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View resolutions, meeting agendas, itineraries and lodging information for the AOA’s Annual Business Meeting, held July 16-22 in Chicago.
Get ready for five days of inspiration, connection and medical education at OMED 18, set for Oct. 5-9 in San Diego. Hear from dynamic speakers, network, collaborate and celebrate alongside thousands of like-minded DOs and osteopathic medical students.
As part of its strategic initiative to demonstrate the value of osteopathic medicine, the AOA announced $1.3 million in grant funding awarded to 13 projects, including four led by osteopathic medical students.
Via a new partnership, AOA members can save thousands off the full cost of an MBA or MHA, each available from a respected higher learning institution.
CHICAGO—June 21, 2018—A pilot program in Philadelphia community health centers is teaching patients to approach happiness as a learned skill, rather than a fleeting emotion. The goal, according to psychologists and osteopathic physicians, is to boost their mood and overall health. The program, known as “A Happier You”, is rooted in positive psychology, a practice … Read More
Recognition from the UN’s International Labor Organization should help osteopathic physicians gain practice rights throughout the world.