Guiding principles to protect resident & fellow physicians responding to COVID-19
AMA provides guiding principles for programs, institutions and organizations to follow in managing the engagement of residents during the response to COVID-19.
AMA guiding principles to protect learners responding to COVID-19
The AMA and other educational organizations issue principles to support and protect medical students if their institutions put them in physical contact with patients and/or offer early graduation during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Resources for physicians returning to clinical practice
Find resources for physicians returning to practice after a leave, including information on state- and medical school-based physician re-entry programs.
Transition to Practice
Give med school grads at least 10 years to finish licensing exams
If there’s a time limit for passing licensing exams, it should be no less than 10 years and accommodate family or health challenges.
Medical School Life
Medical student leadership opportunities
Take on leadership opportunities at the local, state or national levels to represent medical students and address their concerns.
Well-being 101: Elevate the conversation
At the University of Nebraska Medical Center, students learn the importance of recognizing one’s limits, but more importantly, not to fear talking about it.
Kelly J. Caverzagie, MD: Transforming med ed to meet patient needs
AMA member Kelly J. Caverzagie, MD, chose a career in medicine to connect with others and help them pursue their goals.
Tools & Resources
Leadership & involvement opportunities
Federal & state correspondence finder
LCME & ACGME guidelines for physician-led medical education
Sex and gender based medicine in clinical education
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