Top news stories from AMA Morning Rounds®: Week of May 1, 2023
In the news: Link between asthma and cancer, impact of loneliness on health, RSV vaccine approved, colorectal cancer’s earliest symptoms and more.
Advancing public health
The AMA leads the charge on public health. Our members are the frontline of patient care, expanding access to care for underserved patients and developing key prevention strategies.
Top news stories from AMA Morning Rounds®: Week of Nov. 28, 2022
In the news: Premature brain aging in teens, substance abuse on the rise among older adults, 28-year high for gun-related fatalities and more.
How physicians can see health care through climate lens
This emergency doctor sees patients affected by climate change on a regular basis—and so do many other physicians. Learn more with the AMA.
2021 AMA Research Challenge finalist: Naga Ganti, MBBS
In this episode of Making the Rounds, learn more about Naga Ganti, MBBS, and her research on the prevalence of lung disease among e-cigarettes users for the 2021 AMA Research Challenge.
The 6 things doctors wish patients knew about masks
Even though wearing a mask is vital to preventing the spread of COVID-19, there are still myths and misunderstandings. Physicians want to clear them up.
Q&A: 2021 will test dedication to ending health inequities
Learn how a physician leader at Ascension Medical Group is working with his colleagues to address health inequity challenges on many fronts.
Flu vaccination: 6 tips to win over the undecideds
Amid a potential twindemic, physicians’ words on influenza immunization carry more weight than usual. This advice will help you persuade the fence-sitters.
Ending health inequity requires new skill: structural competency
Learn how medical educators can teach tomorrow’s physicians to bring systems thinking into the exam room and the community to address systemic racism.