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Digest Magazine

Digest, the magazine for alumni and friends of Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, is published by the Office of Marketing and Communications.

The magazine reports on osteopathic and other professional trends of interest to alumni of the College’s doctoral and graduate programs at PCOM, PCOM Georgia and PCOM South Georgia.

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Digest Magazine
A Pandemic Within a Pandemic: Addressing Marginalized and Minoritized Communities to Foster Recovery

A Pandemic Within a Pandemic: Addressing Marginalized and Minoritized Communities to Foster Recovery

July 6, 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic is a socioeconomic crisis for underrepresented communities. College alumni discuss the effects and offer solutions.

Reimagining Public Health: Pivoting from Pandemic Response to Future Prevention

Reimagining Public Health: Pivoting from Pandemic Response to Future Prevention

July 6, 2021

Four PCOM alumni describe how their workplaces are pivoting to prepare themselves and their patients for future pandemics.

Rethinking Burnout, Mental Health and Well-Being

Rethinking Burnout, Mental Health and Well-Being

July 5, 2021

PCOM alumni provide tips for battling med school burnout as the COVID-19 epidemic has taken a heavy toll on healthcare professionals.

Meta L. Christy, DO: The First African American Osteopathic Physician

Meta L. Christy, DO: The First African American Osteopathic Physician

February 16, 2021

PCOM celebrates the legacy of Dr. Christy by exploring her educational and professional career as a DO.

Standing on her Shoulders: Celebrating Meta L. Christy, DO, and African American Alumnae Trailblazers

Standing on her Shoulders: Celebrating Meta L. Christy, DO, and African American Alumnae Trailblazers

February 16, 2021

Seven PCOM alumnae share their experiences as African American female doctors, health professionals and leaders.

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