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DO Day 2021 has more learning opportunities for practicing physicians and medical students

David Pugach, JD, AOA senior vice president of public policy, explains how DO Day will be different this year in this Q&A.

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01.27.21

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How to prepare your best possible Match rank order list

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.

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01.14.21

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CDC advisory committee recommends Moderna COVID-19 vaccine and next phases of vaccination after emergency meetings

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

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12.22.20

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After emergency meeting, CDC advisory committee recommends Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) recently approved new recommendations for the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine, which recently received FDA emergency approval for people age 16 and older. At a Dec. 12 meeting, the ACIP voted to recommend the vaccine for people who are 16 or older. It … Read More

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12.16.20

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Applications open for new Editor in Chief and advisory board member positions with The DO

Help shape the voice and vision of the nation’s most well-known publication focused on osteopathic medicine.

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12.01.20

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DOs answer patients’ FAQ on celebrating the holidays safely during COVID-19

As COVID cases skyrocket, a family physician and a DO in public health share their advice for guiding patients to mitigate risks during the holidays.

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11.24.20

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ABMS-certified DOs now offered exam-free pathway to AOA board certification

DOs who hold ABMS certification can now easily obtain AOA board certification without taking a high-stakes initial certification exam or paying initial certification fees.

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11.20.20

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Osteopathic medicine in the news: Nov. 11, 2020

ABC News, Women’s Health and Medical Economics recently featured DOs in their news coverage.

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11.11.20

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Osteopathic profession unites in response to media attacks, misinformation

In recent weeks, the AOA has deployed an aggressive communications response aimed at correcting inaccuracies in the media and combatting the spread of misinformation on social media following the spotlight on White House Physician and Navy Commander Sean Conley, DO. Among other efforts, the AOA has coordinated interviews with top-tier media outlets such as the Los … Read More

The DO Staff

10.30.20