22 episodes

Welcome to DO.fm Student Edition, home to stimulating discussions on all things osteopathic family medicine. DO.fm Student Edition is the place for medical students (and undergrads) to learn more about why family medicine could be the right fit for them and how to pursue career opportunities within the family medicine specialty.

Our show is designed by medical students, from the student perspective. Listeners will hear how recent residents matched into their residency programs, how new physicians pursued fellowships in subspecialties, how experienced DOs apply OMT in their practices, and much more.

DO.fm: Student Edition ACOFP

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Welcome to DO.fm Student Edition, home to stimulating discussions on all things osteopathic family medicine. DO.fm Student Edition is the place for medical students (and undergrads) to learn more about why family medicine could be the right fit for them and how to pursue career opportunities within the family medicine specialty.

Our show is designed by medical students, from the student perspective. Listeners will hear how recent residents matched into their residency programs, how new physicians pursued fellowships in subspecialties, how experienced DOs apply OMT in their practices, and much more.

    National Primary Care Week With Dr. Stackhouse

    National Primary Care Week With Dr. Stackhouse

    Members of the student PR committee of ACOFP, Nicole Green and James Wisdom are joined for the National Primary Care Week edition of the DO.fm podcast by Dr. Johnny Stackhouse DO. Dr. Stackhouse describes his experience in family medicine along with the importance of primary care physicians.

    • 17 min
    Interview with Dr. Aldret and Dr. Feinberg

    Interview with Dr. Aldret and Dr. Feinberg

    In this episode, hear from Stephanie Aldret, DO and Gail Feinberg, DO, FACOFP as we take a step back from our usual subjects of knowledge to focus on a topic that we could all take a little more time for in our lives - gratitude. Hear about the practice of gratitude, what it looks like in their lives as family physicians and discuss memorable moments of gratitude. We hope this episode leaves you with a refreshed perspective.

    • 26 min
    Interview with Dr. Stasio

    Interview with Dr. Stasio

    In this episode, hear from Joseph Stasio, DO, FACOFP, Chair of the Department of Primary Care Medicine at RVUCOM-SU, to take a look at his career in academic family medicine. Hear why he choose to go into academic family medicine and how he still incorporates seeing patients into his work week.

    • 29 min
    Interview with Dr. Galluzzi

    Interview with Dr. Galluzzi

    In this episode, hear from Katherine Galluzzi, DO, MPH, FACOFP dist., a family physician board certified in geriatrics, palliative care, and pain management and a faculty member of Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine on her path to palliative care and about her current research in medical marijuana.

    • 28 min
    Interview with Dr. Becker

    Interview with Dr. Becker

    Join us this month with Michael Becker, DO, MS, FACOFP, Associate Dean of Clinical Education at PCOM and Rachel Souza, OMS-IV to hear about Dr. Becker's path to family medicine and how ACOFP has been a through-line for his career. How did Dr. Becker end up pursuing family medicine? What types of roles has he had during his career? How does he balance clinical practice with academic medicine! Listen to find out these answers, gain some advice and perspective on the future of family medicine, and much more!

    • 29 min
    Interview with Dr. Bidey

    Interview with Dr. Bidey

    Dr. Bidey is the Assistant Dean of Clinical Curricular Integration, and Assistant Professor and Vice Chair for the Family Medicine Department at Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. He is also on the Board of Governors for ACOFP. In this episode we will discuss his career in both family and academic medicine.

    • 20 min

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