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Arthur Hildreth, DO

lobbied for independent board for osteopathy and full scope of practice -pure osteopathy (no drugs)

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Littlejohns

proponents of broad osteopathy (except pharm)
-worked for scientific evidence of osteopathy
-founded American College of Osteopath an Surgery (now Midwestern)

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Lesion Osteopaths

-argued against any adjunctive therapies (supported A.T. Still)

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broad osteopaths

wanted to expand DO practice allowing surgery and drugs

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1930

broad osteopathy wins out and drugless profession is no more

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ACOM founded

1898

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1916

AOA required 4 year education (didn't really happen until 1920)

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"Standardization of Hospitals" policy

1918- required that MD training sites (hospitals) to exclude DO's from staff privileges

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Louisa Burns

1917- first full-time researcher for osteopathic medicine

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Hill-Burton Act of 1946

provided federal support to build osteopathic hospitals

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California Debacle

began during WWII then later in 1960's- COA was dropped from AOA and then merged with MD and renounced DO education
-Broad Osteopaths and did not want to be associated with cultist name of DO

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1959

removed osteopathy from list of "cults" and this allowed MDs to work with DOs

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Robert McNamara

Sec. of Defense- ordered acceptance of DO's into military during Vietnam war -- became proving ground for DO's

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Medicare prospective payment system

limited funds and doomed small hospitals- many were osteopathic (late 20th century)