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Wyman, a second-year student in Western University of Health Sciences’ College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific, and a 2012 Master of Science in Medical Sciences graduate, realized there were few resources available for children with PH. Inspired to communicate to kids about this condition, Wyman created an animated series about the potentially deadly disease and fittingly called it “Lips Painted Blue.” It’s aimed at giving children and teens with pulmonary hypertension a tool to better relate to and understand the disease. Read more
OPSC Lifetime Achievement Award
The Osteopathic Physicians and Surgeons of California (OPSC) held their 54th Annual Convention in San Diego from February 4th through the 8th. At a black tie event on Saturday evening, Alan Cundari, DO, MSHPE was honored by being presented a Lifetime Achievement Award. In addition, Dr. David Connett concluded his term as the President of the OPSC and passed the gavel to Dr. John Kowalcyzk. Dr. Brian Loveless was installed as the new Vice President of the OPSC. Congratulations to Dr. Cundari, Dr. Connett and Dr. Loveless for your service to the College and the Osteopathic Community.
performed southern Ohio’s first minimally-invasive, image-guided laser therapy on a patient with a brain tumor.
Study published in this month’s Journal of the American Osteopathic Association (JAOA).
OMT Use in the Emergency Department: A Retrospective Medical Record Review – Brian Ault, MS, DO; David Levy, DO. Various reports in the literature suggest limited use of osteopathic manipulative treatment among osteopathic physicians. In this study, the authors assess osteopathic manipulative treatment use in an emergency departmentClick on journal image for more information.
Congratulations to 2014 National Health Service Corps Scholars!
COMP DO 2018 Students Christian Carrillo and Andrew Shore were awarded National Health Service Corps scholarships.
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Chronic Diseases:The Cause & Cure
Nutrition in Medicine Lecture
Hans Diehl, DrHSDc, MPH, FACN
HEC-Lecture Hall 1 (streaming to Lebanon)
COMP Awards and Recognition Ceremony
(fka Honors Day)
COMP CME Day
Breakfast with the Docs
Clinician Transition Ceremony
A Walk a Day Keeps the Doctor Away
Lifestyle Medicine Lecture – David Nieman, DrPH
Lebanon Campus-Lecture Hall 1 (streaming to Pomona)
Armed Forces Commissioning Ceremony and Recognition Dinner – Pasadena Convention Center
COMP Graduate Awards Ceremony – Pasadena Convention Center
COMP Graduate Banquet
Ambassador Auditorium, Pasadena,CA
COMP-Northwest is our additional campus located in Lebanon, OR.
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