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Acceptance: DO vs. MD

“One of the most startling findings of the past few years is the decline of empathy in medical learners during the course of their education. I believe shame has something to do with this because when you see yourself as a deficient person, let’s say as the result of an error, you don’t want others to see you that way as well.”

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You can D.O. it!

Why I Chose Osteopathic Medicine and Why You Can Too:

In light of the recent opening of the AMCAS and AACOMAS application services for the 2015-2016 cycle, I think it is both timely and appropriate for me to address the infamous (and  563 more words

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What You Should Know About Osteopathy

Osteopathy is a method of detecting, preventing and treating health complications by massaging, moving and stretching a person’s joints and muscles. This practice is based on the principle that the well being of a person depends on their ligaments, bones and muscles as well as connective tissue working seamlessly together. 481 more words

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Roselind Bardisa

Title: Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine

Company: Bardisa Medical Center

Location: Miami, Fla.

In her fifth year at Bardisa Medical Center, Roselind Bardisa continues in her 16th year practicing as a doctor of osteopathic medicine. 179 more words

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College of Allopathic Medicine

There were a couple rumors about this circulating amongst the upperclassmen, but an email today confirmed it- The Board of Trustees has approved three new colleges and programs, one of which will be a College of Allopathic Medicine. 219 more words

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