AAO News and Publications

The AAO Journal

Printed quarterly, The AAO Journal (AAOJ) is the official publication of the American Academy of Osteopathy. It is distributed electronically to more than 7,500 osteopathic physicians, interns, residents and students, colleges of osteopathic medicine, hospitals, state societies and affiliated organizations.

Archived issues are available online to current subscribers. To subscribe to The AAO Journal, please contact AAO Communications Specialist Lauren Good by email or at (317) 879-1881, ext. 211. All Academy members are automatically subscribed to the AAOJ.

Individuals interested in submitting manuscripts to the AAOJ should review the Instructions for Contributors.

AAO Member News

Academy members rely on AAO Member News to keep them updated on industry changes and upcoming events. Sent via email, the AAO Member News is distributed eight times a year to all Academy members, including students and residents.

Archived issues are available online to members.
Send your news items to AAO Communications Specialist Lauren Good by email.

OsteoBlast

OsteoBlast is emailed weekly to the Academy's more than 7,000 physician and student members. It features summaries of articles on manual medicine published by peer-reviewed journals.

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News

Giving Tuesday: Nov. 28

Giving Tuesday was celebrated for the first time in 2012. We encourage you to make your Giving Tuesday plans in the spirit of thankfulness that sometimes gets buried by the holiday advertising.

AAO Loses Past President Robert E. Kappler, DO, FAAODist, FCA

AAO life member Robert E. Kappler, DO, FAAODist, of River Grove, Illinois, died Oct. 18. Dr. Kappler was the 1980-81 president of the Academy, and he was a recipient of the AAO’s Andrew Taylor Still Medallion of Honor and the FAAO’s Distinguished Service Award.

Call for Research Proposals: Due Dec. 1

The AAO’s Louisa Burns Osteopathic Research Committee (LBORC) is seeking research applications involving health care outcomes in the practice of osteopathic medicine, with an emphasis on using osteopathic manipulative medicine or treatment (OMM/OMT) in patient care.