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Where Can a DO Work? NASA.

Dr. Ronald Moomaw, DO works for NASA as a psychiatrist and flight surgeon to provide support for astronauts before, during, and after missions. Dr. Moomaw stays in contact with the astronauts to identify and treat fatigue, sleeping difficulties, memory issues, back pain from weightlessness, and emotional concerns like staying connected with their families. Read more about […]

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What is an Osteopath?

Dr. Bordenave-Sande, DO shares her perspective of being an osteopathic physician, how osteopathic manipulative medicine (OMM) is an extra tool with which to diagnose and treat patients, and her journey from medical school to private practice in New York. Read the entire article in the recent publication of timesunion.com. 

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How to Shadow a Physician

Are you a student who is interested in becoming a physician but don’t know where to start? Read all of Dr. Daniel’s tips about how to shadow a physician in a recent article on Diverse Medicine’s website. He provides advice about how to contact a physician, what to wear, when to ask questions, and rules surrounding confidentiality. […]

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Three Reasons to Choose Osteopathic Medicine

Trying to decide between allopathic and osteopathic medical school? Author Vipinjeet Sandhu from the U.S. News & World Report details three main advantages of osteopathic medicine. He explains that DOs are still “real doctors,” osteopathic medical students can choose an allopathic (MD) residency, and osteopathic medical students have a superior U.S. residency match rate when compared […]

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Blended Learning Options During Medical School

Interested in more styles for learning in medical school during didactic and clinical phases? Author Jordan Friedman of the U.S. News & World Report Journal examines the trend towards blended learning in medical school including discussion boards, computer-based simulations, and online activities prior to class. Visit here for the full article.

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