Medical Specialty Showcase
Eleventh Annual AMA-MSS Medical Specialty Showcase
June 7th, 2014
11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Hyatt Regency Chicago, Riverside East Exhibit Hall
Medical Specialty Societies
Specialty Societies seated in the AMA House of Delegates are invited to participate in the annual AMA Medical Student Section Medical Specialty Showcase. The AMA-MSS Annual Meeting consistently attracts over six hundred medical students (primarily first years) from across the U.S. The purpose of this event is to provide an introduction to your specialty and offer promotional materials to assist career decision-making. Students have emphasized the importance of obtaining more comprehensive information on medical specialties from physicians before entering the residency selection process. The showcase presents an excellent opportunity to educate these students on the attributes of your specialty, mentor students interested in your field, and encourage these young leaders to maintain active participation in your organization after medical school. Note: Due to student requests, only specialty exhibitors which can guarantee a resident or other physician at their booth will be approved to exhibit. We encourage specialties to seek volunteers already attending the AMA meeting or local-area physicians.
Note: When you click the link below, you will be asked to sign in using your AMA username and password. Upon signing in, do not enter name and other fields on the first page just click "Continue" to be directed to the RSVP form. If you don't have an AMA account, create one and then proceed to the registration page. If you have any questions contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Medical specialty societies or physicians who'd like to partner with interested colleagues in your specialty, must complete a Reservation form by Friday, May 9th.
Medical StudentsDon't miss this exellent opportunity to interact with and receive career advice from physicians from across the broad spectrum of medical practice!
Choosing your Medical Specialty
The AMA has compiled the most frequently entered specialties, as derived from National Resident Matching Program (NRMP) data.