Women in medicine are trailblazers, advocates and leaders
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.
Grants to fund research on women’s advancement in medicine
Separate projects explore gender differences in in orthopedic surgery and women physicians’ experiences during critical career transitions.
10 ways to get involved in Women in Medicine Month
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.
Recognizing the patterns of truth
You may have seen the movie based on the life of Bennet I. Omalu, MD, MBA, MPH. Find out the real story behind what he has discovered, in CTE and in letting science lead the way.
Accelerating Change in Medical Education
Medical students as change agents? How these six are doing it
The winners of a recent competition highlight how medical students can be catalysts for change at the health systems level.
Public health champions and immunotherapy pioneer honored by AMA
The AMA paid honor to a cancer immunotherapy pioneer and public health champions battling the opioid crisis on the federal, state and municipal levels.
AMA presents government service award to FDA commissioner
The AMA presented FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb, MD, with the Dr. Nathan Davis Award for Outstanding Government Service.
AMA presents government service award to Governor Charlie Baker
The AMA presented MA Gov. Charlie Baker with the Dr. Nathan Davis Award for Outstanding Government Service for his decisive action to fight the opioid epidemic.
AMA presents government service award to Illinois chief of police
The AMA presented Village of Mundelein, IL Chief of Police, Eric Guenther with the Dr. Nathan Davis Award for Outstanding Government Service.