While many DOs oppose the practice, some argue that physician-hastened death can play a role in palliative medicine as an option of last resort for the terminally ill.
The AOA weighs in on several healthcare provisions of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009.
Despite his tough exterior, AOA Mentor of the Year James M. Lally, DO, is known for the approachable style and supportive nature he has used to mentor hundreds of DOs and osteopathic medical students.
A second-place winner in the AOA Bureau of Osteopathic History and Identity’s annual essay competition, Dustin Colegrove, OMS IV, explores the recognition of osteopathic medicine outside the United States.
When you look closely, you can find no compelling reason to build an allopathic medical school at UNTHSC.
In advocating for the osteopathic medical profession, thousands of DOs can create a large reaction from small gestures.
Medical abbreviations can impair communication and safety.