Journal of Osteopathy

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Journal of Osteopathy  
DisciplineOsteopathy
LanguageEnglish
Publication details
History1894–1964
FrequencyMonthly
Standard abbreviations
ISO 4J. Osteopat. (Kirksville)
NLMJ. Osteopathy (Kirksvill)
Indexing
CODENJOOSAH
OCLC no.02263056

The Journal of Osteopathy was a monthly medical journal that was first published in May 1894 in Kirksville, Missouri by the American School of Osteopathy. It was the first regular publication about the field of osteopathy.[1] Andrew Taylor Still was one of the key contributors to the journal.[1] Its first editor-in-chief was Jenette H. Bolles.[1] It was published until 1964.[2]

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  1. ^ a b c Emmons Rutledge Booth (1905). History of Osteopathy: And Twentieth-century Medical Practice. Press of Jennings and Graham. pp. 286–287. The Journal of Osteopathy was the first regular publication in the interest of the new science. it has always been published by the American School of Osteopathy at Kirksville, Missouri. Its purpose was to disseminate a knowledge of Osteopathy for the information of the people and to supply the needs of a school journal. Dr. Still has been one of its principal contributors, and many of his best thoughts have been given to the profession and to the public through its columns. The first issue appeared in May, 1894, and it has been published regularly every month since, except for September, 1897. Its editors have been Dr. Nettie H. Bolles…
  2. ^ Strausman, Jeanne. "LibGuides: Osteopathic Medicine: Journals". libguides.nyit.edu. Retrieved July 8, 2018.

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