Population Care 2 MIN READ Communicating with LGBTQ patients Get to know the LGBTQ population using a series of free learning modules from the Fenway Institute. Advisory Committee on LGBTQ Issues 2 MIN READ About the LGBTQ Advisory Committee The Advisory Committee on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer Issues (LGBTQ) addresses issues of interest to LGBTQ physicians, patients and straight allies. Press Releases Jun 11, 2018 ·2 MIN READ AMA supports modifying leave policies to be inclusive of LGBTQ workers New policy adopted at the AMA Annual Meeting calls for inclusive family and medical leave policies to support LGBTQ workers. Population Care 2 MIN READ Policies on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender & Queer (LGBTQ) issues Examine the AMA's position on sexual orientation and gender identity and the Association's work to inform the public about LGBTQ discrimination and abuse. Press Releases Jun 16, 2022 ·2 MIN READ AMA welcomes Biden administration focus on LGBTQ+ health The AMA strongly supports reducing the risk of youth exposure to so-called conversion therapy, an unethical practice not based on medical and scientific evidence. Press Releases Nov 13, 2018 ·2 MIN READ AMA policy supporting survivors of LGBTQ intimate partner violence The policy calls for physician awareness of IPV among LGBTQ patients, and funding for programs and services for survivors that do not discriminate against communities. Press Releases Jan 28, 2020 ·5 MIN READ AMA Foundation launches new plan to address LGBTQ health disparities John D. Evans to chair AMA Foundation Commission for National LGBTQ Fellowship Program. Press Releases Jun 13, 2016 ·1 MIN READ AMA president responds to Orlando mass shooting tragedy As the nation's healers, we are shocked and saddened by the horrific, senseless murders in Orlando and a brazen, targeted attack on LGBTQ Americans. Medical School Life UPDATED Sep 30, 2022 ·6 MIN READ Medical student leadership opportunities Take on leadership opportunities at the local, state or national levels to represent medical students and address their concerns. Press Releases Jun 15, 2020 ·1 MIN READ AMA statement on U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling on Title VII cases The AMA supports everyone’s access to quality, evidence-based health care regardless of gender or sexual orientation. Pagination Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6 Next page Arrow left Created with Sketch.