Newly-elected ACOFP President Bruce R. Williams, DO, FACOFP, shares successes from the last year and what he looks forward to during his term.
See which groups contributed to the ACOFP blog in 2021 and check out the five most-viewed member-generated posts for the year in this “best of” wrap-up.
ACOFP members reflect on their biggest, hardest and most meaningful lessons they’ve learned in 2021.
Jean Walsh, DO, provides an overview of chronic wound care, identifying the four basic types and initial steps for management, in part one of this new series.
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.
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.
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.
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!)
ACOFP announces the acceptance of allopathic family physicians, now offering opportunities for career-long success while supporting the tenets of osteopathic medicine.
As part of the ACOFP 58th Annual Convention and Scientific Seminars, ACOFP bestowed eight individuals with the honorary designation of Fellow of the ACOFP for their outstanding national and local service, demonstrated dedication to ACOFP, and commitment to the health and welfare of their patients and to the future of osteopathic family medicine
Each year, as part of the ACOFP Congress of Delegates, dignitary reports are shared from some of our peer organizations. This year, because the 2021 Congress of Delegates was completely […]
This year’s observance of National Osteopathic Medicine (NOM) Week, taking place April 18–24, 2021, will highlight the proud heritage of osteopathic medicine, celebrating the momentous contributions of DOs past, present and future. Join us as we recount some of the most notable moments in ACOFP history over the course of the week, with this edition focusing on membership milestones in osteopathic family medicine.
As we celebrate National Osteopathic Medicine Week, know that what you are studying, or teaching or practicing is making a difference in the lives of so many individuals and families—now and into the future. This is what the dream of Dr. Still has become today; I believe he would be amazed.
This year’s observance of National Osteopathic Medicine (NOM) Week, taking place April 18–24, 2021, will highlight the proud heritage of osteopathic medicine, celebrating the momentous contributions of DOs past, present and future. Join us as we recount some of the most notable moments in ACOFP history over the course of the week, with this edition focusing on education and certification milestones in osteopathic family medicine.
National Volunteer Week is April 18–24, 2021, and ACOFP wouldn’t be successful without the dedication of its volunteers. Hear from members of the 2021–22 ACOFP Board of Governors as they share words of appreciation for the hard work and commitment of ACOFP’s volunteers.
Each year, the osteopathic medical profession joins together to raise awareness of osteopathic medicine and the distinctive care DOs provide. This week (April 18–24) is National Osteopathic Medicine Week.