Glaucoma: A Review for the Family Physician

Glaucoma's high prevalence and potential for irreversible damage necessitate an understanding of the condition by primary care physicians, who will undoubtedly be managing conditions and medications that can influence progression. Learn more in this recent Osteopathic Family Physician (OFP) article. Then, read the full issue and test your knowledge by taking the latest CME quiz—free for ACOFP members.

A Family Reunion to Remember

In the January/February 2022 OFP Letter from the President’s Desk, ACOFP President Nicole Bixler, DO, MBA, FACOFP, highlights what she is looking forward to at ACOFP ’22 as she reflects on some of her fondest memories of past ACOFP annual conventions.

Best of the ACOFP Blog: Top Five Posts From 2021

See which groups contributed to the ACOFP blog in 2021 and check out the five most-viewed member-generated posts for the year in this “best of” wrap-up.

Improving Diagnosis and Treatment of Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo

A recent OFP article outlines how a diagnosis of benign paroxysmal positional vertigo is made and provides specific guidance for canalith repositioning techniques. Then, read the full November/December 2021 issue and complete the accompanying CME quiz—free for ACOFP members.

Lessons Learned in 2021

As 2022 kicks off, we asked our members: What are the biggest, hardest or most meaningful lessons you learned in 2021? Read the recent blog post, Lessons Learned in 2021, to see if your comment made it in and to hear what your colleagues had to say.