Perspectives on How Osteopathic Recognition Enhances Patient Care, from Katina Rue, DO

Katina Rue, DO, associate program director for Osteopathic Recognition (OR) and medical student director at the Central Washington Family Medicine Residency (CWFMR) in Yakima, Washington, has recognized the value of osteopathic principles and practice (OPP) since the beginning of her medical career. Along with many other directors of osteopathic education (DOEs; those who lead programs […]

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The Role of Osteopathic Recognition in Lifelong Learning

Dr. Robert Cain, President & CEO of AACOM, delivers a message about why Osteopathic Recognition (OR) matters to him—and its importance to students beyond the completion of their doctor of osteopathic medicine (DO) degree. So, you’ve completed your DO degree and understand the meaning of lifelong learning. What are your plans for furthering your understanding […]

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