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Reputation management: What doctors should know about online reviews

Making the most of good reviews and managing the bad ones are two key ways physicians can maintain and build their online presence.

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07.10.19

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Northern exposure: DOs get full access to the 2020 Canadian Match

All participating Canadian provinces give DOs equal status to U.S.-trained MDs. The move opens up residency training opportunities across Canada, which primarily categorizes DOs applying for residency positions as international medical graduates.

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07.10.19

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Survey finds nearly half of American adults doubt the safety of vaccines

Physicians say even small margins of doubt over vaccine safety and efficacy can cause significant damage to public health if they result in more unvaccinated people.

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07.10.19

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NRMP 2020 Match and ERAS timeline for residency applicants

The 2020 National Residency Matching Program match will be the first single main residency match for DO and MD students. Check out these important dates throughout the process.

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06.26.19

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Highly rated: The nation’s best children’s hospitals, according to U.S. News & World Report

A child facing a life-threatening or rare condition requires a level of expertise that a typical hospital can’t necessarily provide, notes U.S. News & World Report in its methodology report for its Best Children’s Hospitals rankings for 2019-2020.

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06.26.19

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Advocacy in action: 4 recent scope of practice wins for DOs

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.

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06.25.19

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How to get a good letter of recommendation for residency

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.

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06.19.19

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Daily HIV prevention pill recommended for high-risk patients, USPSTF says

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.

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06.19.19

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NIH selects two osteopathic trainees for its Medical Research Scholars Program

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.

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06.19.19