- Buckeye Osteopathic Physician
- A Second Voice: A Century of Osteopathic Medicine in Ohio
- The OOA -- Celebrating 100 Years
Buckeye Osteopathic Physician is a quarterly magazine distributed free to members as part of their dues. Non-members may purchase a subscription for $25 annually. The magazine publishes a variety of state and national medical news, including articles about osteopathic physicians in Ohio, Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine, legislative activities, and other information pertinent to DOs. Click here to see a past issue of Buckeye. Members can view previous issues of the magazine by logging in to the "Members Only" section.
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The OOA distributes the OSTEOFACTS to its members by email every week. The newsletter provides up-to-the minute medical news, legislative alerts, reminders of important deadlines, legal advisories and more. Read an issue online.
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A Second Voice, A Century of Osteopathic Medicine in Ohio
Doctors of osteopathic medicine today practice side by side with allopathic doctors, employing the same diagnostic and curative tools of scientific medicine, with a difference. A Second Voice: A Century of Osteopathic Medicine in Ohio is the story of that difference. Focusing on the historical experience of a pivotal midwestern state, author Carol Poh Miller illuminates struggles common to osteopathic medicine nationwide as it fought to secure its place in American healthcare.
Written in conjunction with the 100th anniversary of the Ohio Osteopathic Association, A Second Voice traces the origins and growth of the profession in Ohio. It recounts the early legal battles, the establishment of separate osteopathic hospitals, and the hard-fought campaigns to win equal practice rights and to build a state college of osteopathic medicine. Finally, it reconsiders the notorious murder trial of Cleveland osteopathic physician Sam Sheppard in the context of his family's contributions to the osteopathic profession and a prosecution that, evidence has shown, fingered the wrong man.
A Second Voice is a valuable addition to the history of medicine in Ohio and the nation. To order a copy, go to Ohio University Press.
This video was premiered at the 1999 OOA Centennial Gala, and highlights the history of the osteopathic profession in Ohio, the development of the state's osteopathic hospitals and the creation of the osteopathic medical school at Ohio University. The video features interviews with several of Ohio's prominent osteopathic physicians, as well as friends of the profession.