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, 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.
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 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.
Download the two-page flier that outlines all of the AAO’s advertising opportunities. For more information, contact Taylor Bridgeforth, the AAO's communications and administration assistant, by email or at (317) 879-1881, ext. 210.
AAO members who submit the most promising proposals for advancing osteopathic manipulative medicine will be given 15 to 30 minutes to outline their thoughts, demonstrate their techniques and field questions from their peers.
Help AAO knock out its fundraising goal on Tuesday, Nov. 27. First established in 2012, Giving Tuesday encourages people to prioritize charitable giving during the busy holiday shopping season.
On Saturday, July 21, the AAO was one of four recipients of the American Osteopathic Association’s 2019 STARs (Strategic Team Award and Recognition) for its dedication to advancing osteopathic medicine. The STARs recognize contributions made by state, specialty and regional affiliates, colleges of osteopathic medicine, osteopathic postdoctoral training institutions (OPTIs), and nonpractice affiliates that have advanced the osteopathic profession. The award honors programs and activities that align with the initiatives in the AOA’s strategic plan.