New BRCA recommendations: What primary care doctors must know
Learn more about the USPSTF’s broadened guidance on women who can benefit from genetic testing for BRCA1 and BRCA2 mutations.
Native Americans work to grow their own physician workforce
Poverty, education disparities contribute to low Native American medical school enrollment. A program offers a successful pathway for Indians to enter medicine.
Proposal would roll back LGBTQ protections. That’s an awful idea.
The AMA is condemning a proposed rule that would permit discrimination against LGBTQ people, women, immigrants, minorities and other patients.
AMA president: All hands-on deck in fight to achieve health equity
The AMA is engaged in a sustained effort to achieve optimal health for all patients, AMA President Patrice A. Harris, MD, MA, recently told the nation’s largest organization of black physicians.
Members Move Medicine: This ob-gyn seeks to be a voice for women
AMA member Nicole L. Plenty, MD, was recently selected as one of the 40 people under 40 making an impact in Indianapolis.
Accelerating Change in Medical Education
How tomorrow’s doctors can unleash population health’s power
The AMA offers new training to help medical students, residents and doctors learn about the potential change-maker of population health.
Congress told impact of immigrant children’s trauma may be lifelong
AMA tells Congress that conditions in Customs and Border Protection facilities are inappropriate for children and pregnant women.