Amy Gibson shares a personal story of how diabetes education for family physicians could have improved her daughter’s access to care.
Student Doctor Shalaya Asal Yazdi explores the tenets of osteopathic medicine as they can be applied to Type 2 Diabetes.
Anitha Kunnath walks us through some of the questions to consider when choosing a family medicine residency program.
This month’s Resident Council Spotlight features Mario A. Soliman, DO, PGY2. Learn more about why he chose family medicine and his residency program and his typical day as a resident.
Learn how the VA supports LGBT+ veterans through its programming and services. Adapted from a presentation by Keri Griffen, LCSW, at ACOFP ’23
In honor of Veteran’s Day, visit ACOFP’s Roll Call of Honor
In a panel discussion from ACOFP ’23, military physicians talk about what civilian physicians need to know about caring for our servicemembers and veterans.
Developing narrative skills can help improve patient outcomes. Nalini Velayudhan, DO, encourages us to practice narrative competence.
Dr. Jonathan Torres is taking his advocacy to the next level by running for the state legislature in New Jersey. Learn more about his journey from individual advocate to hopeful public servant.
Haley Schuster, OMS-II, shares some tips for fitting mindfulness into your day to day life in less than 5 minutes.
Learn some of the best practices on LGBTQIA+ terminology and compassionate care for all patients from Natalie Yousef, OMS-II.
Disaggregated data is an important tool in reducing healthcare disparities among diverse populations, such as the Asian American community. Student doctor George Tong Yang explains why.
The new Making Care Primary model presents an unusual opportunity for smaller family medicine practices. Ira P. Monka, DO, MHA, FACOFP, explains the details.
Nalini Velayudhan, DO, explains the significance of Navaratri, a Hindu festival celebrating the divine feminine that starts this year on Sunday, October 15.
Value-based is poised to be the new standard of care. Main Street Health provides information on how to prepare for this new healthcare paradigm.
This summer the Pennsylvania Osteopathic Family Physicians Society (POFPS) elected its first all-female executive committee. In honor of Women in Medicine Month, ACOFP is proud to congratulate them and feature a member spotlight on their new vice president, Christine Rohanna, DO.