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Working against bias: double blind peer review at Journal of Osteopathic Medicine

Ross D. Zafonte, DO, and Melissa B. Schmidt, M.Ed.
In this Editorial, JOM’s Editor in Chief and Director discuss the intricacies of peer review at the Journal, including the recent transition to a double blind model.
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The Inseparable Bond Between Research and Medical Education

Mindy George-Weinstein, PhD
J Osteopath Med; 119(9): 548-550

Management of Temporomandibular Disorders: New Opportunities for Osteopathic Medicine?

Raymond J. Hruby, DO, MS
J Osteopath Med; 119(6): 340-341

The Art and Science of Osteopathic Medicine

Robert Orenstein, DO
J Osteopath Med; 119(5): 281-281

Growth, Debt, and Diversity Driving Innovation in Medical Education

Elizabeth K. McClain, PhD, EdS, MPH
J Osteopath Med; 119(4): 221-223

The Evolution of Osteopathic Board Certification

Daniel Williams, DO
J Osteopath Med; 119(4): 224-226

Research at University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine

Carol A. Brenner, PhD
J Osteopath Med; 120(8): 495-496

Driving Progress and Innovation Through Research

Diana L. Speelman, PhD
The students and faculty at Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine are engaged in a broad spectrum of research activities that are integral to its mission to prepare the next generation of successful osteopathic physicians, pharmacists, and dentists. In this article, the author shares their scholarly work activity as part of JAOA's Engage Initiative.
J Osteopath Med; 119(1): 4-5

Registering your research: What’s required?

Melissa Schmidt, MEd
In this Editorial, JOM’s Director discusses the history and ethical obligations underpinning our requirement that all research involving human subjects be submitted to a clinical trial registry before patient recruitment.
J Osteopath Med; 121(3): 245-246

The language of race and ethnicity in academic medical publishing

Melissa Schmidt, M.Ed.
In this Editorial, JOM’s Director discusses our policies about collecting, reporting, and describing results regarding patient race and ethnicity in osteopathic medical research.
J Osteopath Med; 1(2): 121-123