The Young Physicians Section Assembly is held twice annually. Physicians under the age of 40, or in their first eight years' of practice (if over 40), from every state and every specialty, discuss solutions to their concerns, network with peers, participate in educational programming, and obtain CE credit.
Interested in serving as an official representative? Email AMA-YPS.
Benefits of participation
- Represent the interests of your colleagues before the AMA
- Submit a resolution to establish a YPS position on an issue
- Create AMA policy or initiate AMA action
- Network with other physicians at the same point in their practices or careers
- Network with national leaders from your specialty or from your state
- Receive CME credit on subjects that benefit your practice
- Run for elected Governing Council office
- Gain leadership experience
- Receive personalized mentoring training in organized medicine's political education process
- Gain visibility among your colleagues, both nationally as well as locally
Learn more about the benefits of AMA-YPS Assembly participation.
General Information about YPS Assembly Meetings
AMA member young physicians meet twice yearly, typically in June and November.