Bob Green, DO Memorial Award Winners for 2018 Ryan A. Harrell, DO and Michael Edgerton, DO AOAO/AOF Outstanding Resident of the Year Award in Orthopedic Surgery Jacob J. Triplet, DO Appreciative Award Dennis Blackburn, DO, FAOAO Donald Siehl Appreciative Award James R. Ingram, DO, FAOAO The Morton J. Morris DO, JD Award for Osteopathic Orthopedic … [Read more...] about Congratulations to the 2019 Award Recipients
This issue’s “DO’s that Do” features Dr. Chris Hull, a.k.a. the “Hat Doc”! Dr. Hull graduated from TCOM and completed his orthopedic residency at Mt. Clemens. He has practiced solo in Fort Worth for 35 years. His home is also in Fort Worth with his wife, Karen, of 46 years. They have four grown children and two granddaughters.
Although he technically is Assistant Clinical P … [Read more...] about Dr. Chris Hull, “The Hat Doc”
Greetings from the students of the AOAO! At the Annual Fall Meeting in Colorado Springs, Colorado a new executive board for the SAOAO was elected. We had a fabulous turnout and a number of great candidates. I would first like to take the moment to introduce you to the new executive board of the SAOAO:
Zak Rose-Reneau, Kansas City University of Medicine and … [Read more...] about SAOAO Update: It’s Going Tibia Great Year!
On behalf of my fellow Board members, I’d like to take this opportunity to make you all aware of our role in the AOAO. As DO orthopedic residents, we are all part of a small but important organization that represents our present and future place in medicine. We residents represent the future of Osteopathic orthopedics and as such are crucial in developing, growing, and m … [Read more...] about New Resident AOAO Board
So why osteopathic recognition? Who needs another drink from the ACGME application fire hose? Do any of you deserve another round of rejection? Let’s explore the why and then the how!
Some program directors plan to exercise their sense of loyalty to the osteopathic profession and outright select their residents from the osteopathic applicant pool. This may be perceived as … [Read more...] about Osteopathic Recognition: Why We Need It!