Known among family and friends for his ability to fix things that are broken, ophthalmologist Carlo J. DiMarco, DO, looks to improve osteopathic graduate medical education during his tenure as the AOA’s 2008-09 president.
In his role as the AOA’s 2008-09 president-elect, Larry A. Wickless, DO, will draw from a wealth of experience in advocacy and education, as well as in international issues.
As the 2007-08 president of the AOA, Peter B. Ajluni inspired DOs to become "fit for life" and serve as health and fitness role models for their patients.
DOs breathe a sigh of relief following Congress’ decision to override President George W. Bush’s veto of the Medicare Improvements for Patients and Providers Act of 2008, reversing a 10.6% cut to physician payment that was implemented July 1.
Tackling issues ranging from reaffirmation of the DO designation to AOA election protocol, the AOA House of Delegates convened in July in Chicago.
The DO takes a look at some of the 546 delegates who attended the AOA House of Delegates’ meeting.
Many educational opportunities await members of the profession at the 113th Annual AOA Convention and Scientific Seminar in Las Vegas, including workshops on flu preparedness and practice enhancement.
AOA President Carlo J. DiMarco, DO, discusses the importance of osteopathic medical research in building a successful future for the profession.
AOA Executive Director John B. Crosby, JD, encourages future generations of DOs to "Go for the Gold."
Arnold Menick, DO, serves up remedies for that dreaded ailment: writer’s block.
SOMA announces the winner of this year’s George W. Northup, DO, Educator of the Year Award.