The AOA’s Bureau of Emerging Leaders is accepting scholarship applications through March 4. Ten scholarships will cover recipients’ travel, lodging and registration for OMED 2019 in Baltimore.
Independent contractor work is not for everyone, but if you’re considering a lifestyle with more flexibility—such as a telemedicine position—it pays to know the facts before weighing your options.
Enlisting technology can help DOs and medical students monitor progress and maximize results. See The DO’s list of best fitness apps for 2019.
A New Jersey federal court judge has finalized the settlement agreement in the class action suit against AOA brought by four of its members.
In this live webinar on Jan. 31, learn how to overcome the challenges of transitioning from private practice into employed models and how to build stable practices in this expanding employed physician model.
Funding is available for osteopathic medical research, but the deadline for this year’s AOA grants, Jan. 31, is rapidly approaching.
DO ranks are growing quickly while growing younger with 1 in 4 American medical students choosing an osteopathic medical school, according to the AOA’s 2018 Osteopathic Medical Profession Report.
The AOA and National Resident Program Matches are similar, but do have different policies. The NRMP director of match policy explains what happens when applicants violate the Match Participation Agreement.
Employers are most in need of family physicians and internal medicine doctors, according to a new Doximity report. See which other specialties are also in high demand.