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This year’s Match cycle was unlike any other, with students navigating the pandemic, virtual interviews and limits on audition rotations throughout the process. It’s currently unclear how much COVID-19 will impact next year’s residency application cycle. However, it’s certainly possible that incoming OMS IVs will encounter some of these same issues.
The pioneers, frontline care providers, leaders and innovators within the profession represent countless reasons to be proud. Here are some of many.
DO residents share their best advice for making the challenges of intern year more manageable.
Following AOA advocacy, institutions in Missouri and Virginia update their policies to include DO candidates.
Women have been involved in osteopathic medicine from the very beginning. In 1892, when A.T. Still, MD, DO, opened the first osteopathic medical school, the inaugural class of 21 students included six women, according to the Museum of Osteopathic Medicine. Over the years, the number of female doctors has grown steadily. In the past 50 … Read More
There are no present signals of significant adverse effects to the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines, the committee concluded.
David Pugach, JD, AOA senior vice president of public policy, explains how DO Day will be different this year in this Q&A.
Three physician experts offer their advice for this year’s highly unusual Match cycle. Get their opinions on fellowships, backup plans, doing things virtually and more.
In an emergency meeting on Dec. 19, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) approved new recommendations for the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine, which recently received FDA emergency approval for people age 18 and older. It is also recommending that it be added to the CDC’s 2021 Adult and … Read More