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Articles  |   October 2003
Supplements to the JOURNAL are a source of CME
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Articles   |   October 2003
Supplements to the JOURNAL are a source of CME
The Journal of the American Osteopathic Association, October 2003, Vol. 103, S11. doi:
The Journal of the American Osteopathic Association, October 2003, Vol. 103, S11. doi:
The current 3-year continuing medical education cycle of the American Osteopathic Association (AOA) ends December 31, 2003. One way to earn last-minute CME credit for this CME cycle is through the reading of AOA publications. 
Nearly every of issue of JAOA—the Journal of the American Osteopathic Association and all supplements to the JAOA carry CME quizzes. AOA members can earn 2 hours of Category 1-B CME credit for each quiz they complete and submit to the AOA Division of Continuing Medical Education. AOA members can complete these quizzes electronically on DO-Online, which is located at www.do-online.org AOA members can also fill in the quiz answers directly on the forms located inside the JAOA and its supplements. They should then mail the completed quiz forms to the Division of Continuing Medical Education, American Osteopathic Association, 142 E Ontario St, Chicago, IL 60611-2864. 
AOA members who do not complete the quizzes can still obtain one-half hour of Category 2-B credit for each issue of the JAOA and each supplement by informing the AOA Division of Continuing Medical Education of the issues they read. Members can obtain the same credit for reading The DO, The Whole Patient, and other medical publications. 
For more information on earning CME credit by reading medical journals, AOA members can call (800) 621-1773, Ext 8262, or (312) 202-8262; they can send e-mail to drodgers@aoa-net.org; or they can fax questions to (312) 202-8200. In addition, AOA members can write to the AOA Division of Continuing Medical Education.