AMA president: Physicians have an obligation to be leaders
When there are situations that affect the health and well-being of our patients, we have an obligation to lead, says AMA President Patrice A. Harris, MD, MA.
Spurgeon William Clark III, MD: Like father, like son
AMA member Spurgeon William Clark III, MD, remembers how patients would publicly thank his ophthalmologist father for helping them see again. He’s built upon that foundation of excellence.
Jennifer J. Bryan, MD: From summer job to enduring passion
AMA member Jennifer J. Bryan, MD, has made history as the first woman elected to chair her state medical association’s board of trustees.
AMA to boost education on methadone maintenance therapy
Methadone has been used for 40 years to treat opioid-use disorder. AMA adopts policy to explore expanding access.
Loyola University medical student elected to AMA Board of Trustees
Blake Murphy to assume office at the conclusion of the AMA’s Annual Meeting in June 2020.
AMA: Let children of H1-B physicians stay in U.S. as adults
Allowing children in the U.S. who were brought here legally by their physician parents could help ease projected doctor shortages.
Vijaya Appareddy, MD: From assisting her father to helping patients
AMA member Vijaya Appareddy, MD, was first introduced to medicine by watching her father, a plastic surgeon, treat his patients.
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