High blood pressure can lead to more serious health conditions. Here are five changes your patients can make to improve their blood pressure.
The AMA will argue its case before a federal appeals court, defending doctors’ freedom of speech and the patient-physician relationship.
Medicare Primary Care First may offer practices a path to higher payment than the current demonstration project, Comprehensive Primary Care Plus.
Many doctors have found that professional solidarity can help when addressing burnout. Find out how joining a medical society can help you respond to stress and prevent burnout.
Tomorrow’s physicians must understand how to implement high-value care, starting in medical school. Learn more from the AMA about three innovative efforts to make that happen.
The AMA offers new training to help medical students, residents and practicing doctors look at all parts of medicine and think critically about their interaction.
Individual, demographic and school-related factors are linked to a higher risk of developing depression in medical school.
Learn more from the AMA about how to use your debt efficiently and find the best medical student loan-repayment option.
The effort to understand which conditions foster health—and which create inequities—must be reinforced in medical school and extend throughout a physician’s career.
When the U.S. Supreme Court has been asked to rule on cases that involve adolescents, justices trusted what the AMA has to say about developing minds.
The AMA offers membership to international medical school graduates (IMGs) who are currently ECFMG-certified and are waiting to match into a U.S. residency program (GME position).
Headspace is the meditation and mindfulness app helping health care professionals live happier and healthier.
Use the AMA meeting app during the Annual or Interim Meetings for comprehensive information about activities and events.
The HOD speakers welcome comments for reports under development for the upcoming 2019 Interim Meeting and the 2020 Annual Meeting.
See how the Council on Long Range Planning & Development (CLRPD) studies long-term strategic issues related to AMA’s vision, goals and priorities.
The Council on Long Range Planning and Development (CLRPD) works on projects based on actions of the AMA House of Delegates or Board of Trustees.
Some of the current projects of the CLRPD include:
The American Medical Association is proud to celebrate September as Women in Medicine Month. “Women in Medicine: Trailblazers, Advocate, and Leaders” is this year’s theme.
View images and sample social media posts you can use and share on social media to celebrate Women in Medicine Month during September.
Despite the inequities we face, women continue to excel at every level of medicine and account for half of all U.S. medical school graduates.
AMA member Hye-Jin Yun realizes the importance of building personal relationships as a physician to effectively tackle local, national and global health issues.