Medical school is only the start of physician training, and the AMA is working to ensure that graduate medical education (GME) programs have the resources necessary to train the residents who will chart the future of medicine. Learn about the growing need to increase residency slots and expand GME funding sources.
ICYMI: 10 stories to read from the 2022 AMA Interim Meeting
The AMA House of Delegates leads the charge to protect reproductive health care, stop climate change, end the overdose epidemic, and prevent gun violence.
Address private equity’s growing impact on residency training
The 2019 Hahnemann closure served as an early warning. AMA adopts policy to rein in private equity’s role in graduate medical education.
How diversity’s power can help overcome the physician shortage
There aren’t enough doctors to care for aging patients and not enough physicians who mirror the nation’s diversity. Learn how the two are connected.
What we’ve learned about COVID-19, burnout and the doctor shortage
Employment is bouncing back to pre-pandemic levels for most health professionals. For physicians, the exit door is widening further. Find out why.
Projected physician shortage requires multi-faceted approach
AMA's Moving Medicine series features physician voices and achievements. Learn more in this discussion with AMA Chief Academic Officer Sanjay Desai, MD, on how and why we need to address a projected physician shortage.
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