Record-breaking NRMP Match produces 7,132 new DO residents | LEARN MORE
The osteopathic profession is continually making strides, thanks to the many wonderful DOs and osteopathic medical students who excel in their roles. Following are some recent professional recognitions and accomplishments the profession is currently celebrating.
Welcome back to The DO Book Club! In Sarah Fay’s memoir “Pathological: The True Story of Six Misdiagnoses,” several important issues are raised about the validity of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM), the inappropriate role of pharmaceutical companies in the testing and financial support of physician researchers and the overuse of … Read More
All too often, schools are added to the list: Columbine High School, Sandy Hook Elementary, Marjory Stoneman Douglas Elementary, Robb Elementary and Oxford High School; a list that encompasses tragedy, evokes terror and generates wide-ranging responses from those who share the common goal of protecting our children. This is a list no community wishes to … Read More
Looking for a fun way to spend your summer while expanding knowledge of your specialty and gaining valuable clinical experience? Consider serving as a camp physician in your field of interest.
This Black History Month, join us as we recognize the accomplishments of some of today’s most celebrated and influential Black DOs. From historic trailblazers to newcomers on the osteopathic medical scene, read on to learn more about just some of the incredible contributions by Black DOs.
The AOA has created an educational article that compiles the latest colorectal cancer screening guidelines. The full article is available here as a resource for physicians. A summary of the article is below:
Medicine is a field with an unprecedented burnout rate. Constant demands, not enough sleep, feeling no sense of making positive change and not being able to impact patients as you would like, are just some of the reasons we might question our continued commitment to clinical practice. It may be that the golden days of practicing … Read More
Every two years, Congress sees change. Though senators are elected on alternating six-year terms, representatives serve only two-year terms. Sometimes, this means a change in leadership, particularly if a new party is elected to the majority. The Democratic Party has held the highest leadership positions in the House of Representatives for the last four years … Read More
Sports-related concussions (SRC) continue to be one of the most complicated and challenging conditions that we treat in sports medicine. One only needs to look at this year’s NFL season to understand the controversy and complexity of the condition. As I sit down to write this article at the end of week 17 of the … Read More