Each year, ACOFP recognizes new osteopathic physicians who have been in practice 2–5 years and have already made significant contributions to the profession. Discover what a few past award winners recommend for personal and professional development.
In the final part of the immunization series, Stanley E. Grogg, DO, FACOP, FAAP, interprets footnotes and addresses questions regarding influenza vaccines, MMR vaccines, varicella vaccines, Hepatitis A vaccines and various Meningococcal serogroup vaccines for children and adolescents.
ACOFP Governor and DEI Task Force member Saroj Misra, DO, FACOFP, defines the Platinum Rule and describes how it can be implemented in physicians’ personal and professional lives.
Students interviewed Kate Fradeneck, DO, for our next Resident Council Spotlight interview to learn more about her residency program, what being a part of ACOFP means to her and what advice she has for students.
Each year, ACOFP recognizes individuals who have contributed outstanding national and local service, as well as dedication to ACOFP, to the health and welfare of their patients and to the future of osteopathic medicine, through Fellow and Distinguished Fellow designations. Members of the ACOFP Conclave of Fellows share what being a Fellow means to them.
In the July/August 2021 Osteopathic Family Physician Letter from the President’s Desk, ACOFP President Nicole Bixler, DO, MBA, FACOFP, shares her leadership journey and the varying paths others may take to be a leader of the profession and of ACOFP.
Bernadette A. Riley, DO, FACOFP, FILM, shares a glimpse into her life as a doctor, a teacher, a student, a daughter and more, in this new series from the ACOFP Women in Leadership Committee.
In part three of the new immunization series, Stanley E. Grogg, DO, FACOP, FAAP, interprets footnotes and addresses questions regarding pediatric and adolescent vaccines, including COVID-19, hepatitis B, rotavirus, diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis, Haemophilus type B, pneumococcal, inactivated poliovirus and combination vaccines.
Ronnie B. Martin, DO, FACOFP dist., shares the genesis of the International Primary Care Educational Alliance (IPCEA) and the impact the program has had on him, its other founders and the lives of those patients and physicians they have helped.
Since enacting the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021 (CAA), the U.S. Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) proposed new rules that could have significant impacts on the future of the primary care physician workforce, particularly in rural and underserved areas. This post highlights some of the implications.
Stanley E. Grogg, DO, FACOP, FAAP, interprets the footnotes and addresses commonly asked questions about MMR, VAR and more, in part two of the new immunization blog series.
As part of Pride Month, Joan Grzybowski, DO, FACOFP, reflects on the history of the AIDS crisis and how it has impacted healthcare in the decades following.
Students interviewed Ravin Patel, DO, for our next Resident Council Spotlight interview to learn more about his residency program, what being a part of ACOFP means to him and what advice he has for students.
ACOFP Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Task Force member Sherrita A. Polk, DO, provides an overview of the national holiday, Juneteenth, and how she and her family celebrates.
In part one of a new immunization blog series, Stanley E. Grogg, DO, FACOP, FAAP, interprets the footnotes and addresses commonly asked questions.
This year’s Intensive Osteopathic Update will take place virtually over one weekend (July 23–25) and feature all-new content, spanning four tracks, and the opportunity to earn more than 30 hours of AOA Category 1-A CME credit. (This is also a great opportunity to earn credits for the CME cycle ending in December 2021!)