Physicians can be healers, caregivers, scientists, advocates, change-makers and decision-makers. The American Medical Association features the doctors who are moving medicine forward in these exclusive, in-depth Q&A-format interviews.
Q&A: Physician advocacy for patients with HIV gets personal
Advocacy must be everywhere, because health inequities are everywhere, says Medical Justice in Advocacy Fellow Richard Silvera, MD, MPH. Learn more.
Q&A: How the power of stories can help reshape medicine
As the son of a librarian, AMA member Luis Seija, MD, says physicians must go beyond mere facts to make an impact. Learn more with the AMA.
How physicians can address COVID-19 vaccine booster fatigue
COVID-19 bivalent boosters offer increased protection against infection and severe disease, but uptake is low. Preeti Malani, MD, shares what to know.
Q&A: How this cardiologist raced 13.1 miles—and saved 2 lives
Steven Lome, DO, didn’t think his skills as a cardiologist would be used running a half marathon, but they were when two racers had heart attacks.
Q&A: Slow and steady wins the race on physician well-being
There’s no villain driving burnout, says Chief Wellness Officer Jennifer Bickel, MD. What needs to change is culture—and that takes patience.
Q&A: Making sure Hispanic and women physicians are represented
Growing up, Theresa Rohr-Kirchgraber, MD, didn’t know which box to check, so she chose “other.” Now she works to give all their place in medicine.
Q&A: This Latina ob-gyn helps other physicians know their worth
Claudia López, MD, wants physicians from historically excluded racial and ethnic groups to be properly valued in training and within health care.
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From emerging issues to new innovations, the AMA’s Moving Medicine podcast brings you the physicians, scientists and all the leading voices making a difference in health care today.