Updates

AOF Introduces HumanTouch Distinguished Speaker Series September 24, 2013 Small Steps Can Make a Big Impact How One Act of Kindness and Compassion Changed Lives The AOF is proud to introduce its first annual AOF HumanTouch Distinguished Speaker Series at OMED 2013 in Las Vegas, featuring Jessica Jackley. A co-founder of KIVA, the world's first peer to peer microlending website and one of the fastest-growing social benefit websites in history, Jackley was recently...
HumanTouch Student Leadership Project Accepting Applications June 14, 2013 Osteopathic medical students are invited to join the American Osteopathic Foundation this summer to make a difference in the lives of people who lost or had damaged homes from Hurricane Sandy.     The 2013 AOF HumanTouch Student Leadership Project, July 30 - Aug. 1, offers osteopathic medical students the opportunity to help rebuild Staten Island and improve the lives of others by making repairs...
Applications are being accepted for the 2013 Best Practice Awards May 14, 2013 Applications are now being accepted for the following best practice awards. View the links for eligibility criteria or download an application form.
Nominations are being accepted for Outstanding Resident of the Year May 14, 2013 According to a famous quote by an unknown author, “Real leaders are ordinary people with extraordinary determination.”  They establish a vision for the future and set the strategy for getting there.  They cause change, they motivate, they inspire, and they move people and organizations from where they are to where they need to be.  In every arena of the osteopathic profession there are a few...
AOF Introduces Karen J. Nichols, DO, LEAD Scholar Award to Recognize Outstanding Student Leaders May 10, 2013 The $1,000 annual award will be given to a student who demonstrates the Nichols LEAD Scholar criteria: Leadership, Excellence, Achievement and Dedication. The recipient can be male or female, and must be enrolled in osteopathic medical school.
Rossnick Humanitarian Grants March 5, 2013 Due to an overwhelming demand for this program, funding has been used up for 2013. The Rossnick Humanitarian Grant program provides funding for members of the osteopathic profession who plan to travel to underserved, underdeveloped or disaster stricken areas to provide medical services.

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