AOA President Martin S. Levine, DO, and I are in the “City of Brotherly Love” today attending the Pennsylvania Osteopathic Medical Association’s (POMA) 104th Annual Clinical Assembly, taking place 5/2-5/12 in King of Prussia, Pa., just outside Philadelphia. President Levine and I will both address the POMA House of Delegates this evening to provide updates on recent AOA activities, including media coverage resulting from NOM Week and other outreach, as well as our advocacy against the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education’s (ACGME) proposed Common Program Requirements that would limit DOs’ access to ACGME residency and fellowship programs. POMA expects 1,200 attendees and 75 exhibitors at the Assembly. While in Philly this afternoon, President Levine visited the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine to give a presentation to osteopathic medical students about “thinking osteopathically,” meet with student leaders, and answer their questions about priority issues, including the ACGME crisis. AOA Trustees John Becher, DO, Suzanne Kelley, DO, and Ernie Gelb, DO, along with AOA past Presidents Anthony Minissale, DO, and Carlo DiMarco, DO, are also in attendance.