Women are three times more likely than men to follow the diet, while college grads are seven times more likely, according to research in The Journal of the American Osteopathic Association.
Watch this video as recently matched med students share their advice on how to get the residency you want and what you should do now to get there.
Kevin Klauer, DO, EJD, FACEP, will begin on or before May 31, as the AOA’s incoming CEO. As CEO, Dr. Klauer will oversee strategy, operations, organizational growth and advocacy for the osteopathic profession.
Denise Wunderler, DO, and her husband Mike Savino, DO, learned about Sudden Unexplained Death in Children in the most tragic way. Now they are on a mission to educate others about the term.
A record high number of DO students and graduates participated in this year’s NRMP Match. Nearly 85 percent of DO student and graduate applicants successfully matched, a record-high as well.
In the near future, candidates will be given the choice to become board certified in the osteopathic practice of their specialty or to become board certified in their specialty only.
For a flat monthly fee, this practice model offers patients direct, unlimited access to their primary care physicians with longer appointment times and no insurance billing.
For the second year in a row, LMU-DCOM tops U.S. News’ list of schools with the most graduates going to primary care residencies.
More training positions are now available to DOs while nearly 40% of all ACGME programs now have at least one DO in training.