MSS Meeting Highlights
- Over 750 medical students from across the country heard reports and resolutions on various health care issues and participated in programming and networking events at the Medical Student Section (MSS) Annual Meeting, held June 8-10 in Chicago.
- The MSS assembly considered 56 items of business and adopted policy on a wide range of issues. The MSS authored 18 resolutions that will be under consideration by the House of Delegates from June 10-14.
- The AMA-MSS Assembly elected members to its 2017-2018 Governing Council.
- The education, networking, and special event component of the meeting featured 18 programs.
Save the Date and join us on Nov. 10, 2017. The deadline for Research Symposium abstracts is Aug. 9.
Read AMA News Articles
Follow AMA Wire® for continuing updates on important actions from the Annual Meeting of the House of Delegates.
Save the date and plan to attend the AMA-MSS Interim Meeting on Nov. 9–11 in Honolulu, Hawaii.
Download Agenda Book (PDF)
Review key details on the Medical Student Section national service project, education programs, networking opportunities and elections that will take place at the Medical Student Section Annual Meeting.
Education Sessions (PDF)
Participate in education programs and breakout sessions on a variety of topics such as avoiding burnout, the opioid epidemic and how to impress on wards.
Elections & Leadership (PDF)
Review the Election Manual to learn about the candidates running for the 2017-2018 Medical Student Section Governing Council.
Reference Committee Report (PDF)
Download the Reference Committee Report as it becomes available and use it as your guide during the MSS General Assembly.
AMA Clinical Skills Workshop
Practice essential medical skills such as suturing, casting, ultrasound techniques and airway management.
AMA Medical Specialty Showcase
Speak with residents and physicians from over 45 specialties represented in the AMA House of Delegates.
Take advantage of unique opportunities to network with leaders from the Women Physician Section and Resident and Fellow Section.