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COVID-19 vaccine trials: How doctors can diversify volunteer pool
Doctors who volunteer for coronavirus vaccine trials can serve as models for their patients, including those from groups that are underrepresented.
COVID-19: 4 physician lessons learned to guide next steps
As the country navigates the pandemic, learn from two AMA member physicians about the lessons they’ve learned that will inform future policy.
Help patients understand Nutrition Facts labels to eat smarter
Serving size? Percent daily value? Education from AMA, FDA helps physicians explain this and other sometimes confusing elements to patients.
Potential coronavirus vaccine: 5 things doctors wish patients knew
With the rapid development of a coronavirus vaccine, patients appear to be hesitant and confused. However, physicians want to clear up any misinformation.
Essential terms doctors need to know about COVID-19 vaccines
People want a safe and effective SARS-CoV-2 vaccine. These terms are ones your patients will be asking about. Learn more with the AMA.
6 best practices to sharpen physicians’ use of telehealth
The COVID-19 pandemic has thrust telehealth into homes across the world. Learn top experts’ advice on how to ensure effective use of telemedicine.
Preventive health: 4 ways social media could be a game-changer
The pandemic has amplified how quickly information is spread. Learn with the AMA how social media can be used to improve preventive health.
What doctors wish patients knew about physical distancing
Physical distancing must be practiced daily to limit COVID-19’s spread, but confusion remains. Two AMA members clear things up.