National Osteopathic Medicine (NOM) Week will be April 19-25, 2015. NOM Week brings the osteopathic medical profession together to focus on one common goal - increasing awareness of osteopathic medicine and DOs in communities across the country.
Show Your Support
Voice your pride for the profession on social media
Throughout the week on Facebook and Twitter, share your events and updates with the hashtags: #NOMweek; #DOpride, #ILoveDOs. You can also discover and participate in our daily NOM Week theme days by using the designated hashtag. Post your stories and show us what the profession means to you!
Monday: DO Style Day and photo contest kickoff #DOstyle
Tuesday: DO Hero Day #ILoveDOs
Wednesday: DO Advocacy Day #DOpride
Thursday: Throwback Thursday #tbtDO
Friday: DO Pride Day #DOpride
Show us your DO Style!
Whether you stand out with a bow tie or have a flair for buttons, we want to see how you rock your white coat. Here's how to join the What's your DO Style? photo contest:
Submit your photos via Facebook and Twitter with the hashtag
#DOstyle or #NOMweek or email them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Photo entries will be accepted from April 19-24.
Voting will open on April 26 and close on April 30. The voting will take place on Facebook.
First, second, and third place winners will be announced on May 1.
Winners will receive a gift card.
Take part in NOM Week by following @AOAforDOs on Twitter and liking the American Osteopathic Association page on Facebook.
Cover and Status Message Images
Download a cover image for your Facebook profile or a status message image to use on Twitter or Facebook during NOM Week.
Download cover image
Status Message Images
Download "Commitment" Download "Compassion" Download "Empathy"
NOM Week Resources
AOA members and affiliates have access to a number of different tools to engage with their communities during NOM Week and promote osteopathic medicine:
Other Ways to Promote Osteopathic Medicine
Hand out the “What is a DO?” brochure to patients, available in the AOA Online Store.
Set up a table at a local hospital or other community facility and distribute information about DOs.
Introduce educators and children to the AOA's online Mini Medical School, where children learn about their growing bodies through six fun and interactive online games. Comes with corresponding lesson plan for teachers.