While nonphysician clinicians try to expand their scope of practice rights, DOs are advocating for patient safety. Here are recent wins in Indiana, Hawaii and New Hampshire.
CHICAGO—June 24, 2019—A recent online survey of more than 2,000 U.S. adults, conducted by The Harris Poll on behalf of the American Osteopathic Association, revealed that more than two in five American adults (45%) say something has caused them to doubt vaccine safety. The spread of negative attitudes towards vaccines is a phenomenon deeply rooted … Read More
Research published in The Journal of the American Osteopathic Association found 25% of men and women 35 to 50 years old are at risk for bone disease.
For program directors, these letters give insight into an applicant’s clinical skills, character and potential performance as a resident. Here’s what you need to know.
The recommendation notes patients at a higher risk of getting HIV, including those who share needles or engage in unprotected sex, could benefit from the pill.
The trainees will participate in a year-long research program for young scientists. They also can pursue research that matches their personal interests and research goals, pursuant to the interests of public health.
CHICAGO—June 17, 2019—Three beagles successfully showed they are capable of identifying lung cancer by scent, a first step in identifying specific biomarkers for the disease. Researchers say the dogs’ abilities may lead to development of effective, safe and inexpensive means for mass cancer screening. After eight weeks of training, the beagles—chosen for their superior olfactory … Read More
AOA CEO Kevin Klauer, DO, EJD, asks the osteopathic medical profession to share what they think the AOA of tomorrow should look like.
Meet the DO who’s been treating people with drug addiction in Fresno, California, for over 20 years at free Saturday clinics.