AMA urges HHS to address funding for Navajo COVID-19 hot spot
Money allocated by Congress is not getting to where it’s needed to cool a COVID-19 hot spot and provide testing for American Indian/Alaska Native people.
COVID-19 may be worsening opioid crisis, but states can take action
The pandemic is exacerbating the ongoing opioid epidemic. The AMA is calling on states to take specific steps to save lives, reduce harm and get patients treatment they need.
Accelerating Change in Medical Education
Online lectures make teaching informatics easier during COVID-19
Effectively mining health data is critical to the pandemic fight. A webpage dedicated to this crucial medical education topic is part of an AMA-curated collection of remote teaching assets.
How to ready patients now so they’ll get a COVID-19 vaccine later
Polls show nearly 30% of U.S. adults would say no to COVID-19 vaccination. Now’s the time for doctors to lay the groundwork to increase immunization uptake.
Medical School Life
The AMA Tribute to the Medical School Class of 2020
The AMA's national tribute to the medical school class of 2020 honors the 30,000 medical students who graduated this spring.
Residency Match 2021: How COVID-19 is forcing major adjustments
With residency application interviews going virtual and away rotations cut back, programs and applicants will be viewing each other through a different lens.
Prioritizing Equity video series: COVID-19 & Native Voices in the Field
In the latest installment of the AMA's health equity YouTube series, Aletha Maybank, MD, chief health equity officer and guests discuss the impact the COVID-19 pandemic has had on Native communities.
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