I have an older edition of Iserson's book and was reading the chapter on getting into an allopathic residency as an osteopathic graduate. It seems like a long and tedious process. A lot of paperwork you need to file with the AOA and approvals and documentation of the lack of opportunities in osteopathic graduate education, as well as yearly updates to the AOA. They also mentioned substantial non-refundable fees that must be submitted just to have the residency program you wish to attend reviewed for approval and the possibility of having to pay for an on-sight inspection. Anyone know if these are still the current policies on getting into an MD residency as a DO?