American Osteopathic Association leadership partnered with education experts and several DOs and medical students to publish the piece. Depression among physicians is also on the rise, with over 300 physicians taking their lives each year, reports a new National Academy of Medicine perspective piece on addressing physician burnout and depression.Continue Reading

John Shonerd, DO was recognized with the J. Scott Heatherington Lifetime Achievement Award from the Foundation in 2004. Dr. John Shonerd received his medical degree at Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine, in East Lansing, MI. For the past 27 years, Dr. Shonerd has been an ongoing member ofContinue Reading

To emphasize the importance of “Advancing Wellness through the Osteopathic Approach,” the Northwest Osteopathic Medical Foundation is extending this invitation for you celebrate by becoming a Sustaining Member and showing your support for our commitment to the Principles of Osteopathic Medicine. Information on becoming a member and what your membershipContinue Reading

Tonight the Foundation will be holding it’s 2017 Annual Meeting. (Registration and information are available at www.nwosteo.org/membership/annual-meeting.) Why not join Katina Rue, DO from Yakima, WA and become a life member of the Foundation! Your $1,000 contribution will go into the Foundation General Endowment where it will grow and supportContinue Reading

To find out more about the Foundation serves the public through awareness, serves physicians through education and advances the principles of osteopathic medicine, join us for our 2016 Annual Business Meeting! The meeting will be held on March 15 via conference call and everyone is welcome to participate. To getContinue Reading

On this Veterans Day, we honor these brave men and women by raising awareness in the osteopathic community about the importance of having a comprehensive understanding of the unique physical and mental health care needs of our service members, veterans, and their families. Through Joining Forces (www.joiningforces.gov) medical students, physiciansContinue Reading

Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences College of Osteopathic Medicine (KCUMB-COM) was founded in 1916 as one of the five original osteopathic medical colleges. It is now the 12th largest medical school in the country graduating over 260 doctors each year. Additional information on “A Century of Triumph” isContinue Reading

Late last month TJ Gray, DO was the featured speaker at a gathering of the Student Association of the American College of Osteopathic Family Physicians at Pacific Northwest University College of Osteopathic Medicine in Yakima, WA. PNWU-COM students hosted physicians from around the area for their annual Primary Care BanquetContinue Reading