Medical education COVID-19 resource guide
AMA provides guidance and resources for medical residents and fellows, medical students and medical faculty during the COVID-19 outbreak.
What physicians need to know about medical education
AMA's Moving Medicine series features physician voices and achievements. Learn more in this discussion about AMA’s critical work in medical education.
AMA guiding principles to protect learners responding to COVID-19
The AMA and other educational organizations issue principles to support and protect medical students if their institutions put them in physical contact with patients and/or offer early graduation during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In unprecedented times, medical students fight for these 4 issues
Medical students are considered the conscience of medicine. Learn how they are advocating to protect patients and doctors during the COVID-19 pandemic.
What premeds need to know about the 2021 MCAT testing cycle
The pandemic has triggered changes to registration and administration of the Medical Colleges Admission Test (MCAT). Learn all about them with the AMA.
AMA COVID-19 response: Meeting the needs of the medical education community
Learn AMA’s response to the educational disruptions related to COVID-19 and how we can work together and move forward with recovery. Let’s start the conversation now.
Med students: These 6 factors dictate resuming clinical training
The factors that determine whether students will return to the wards—and stay on them—include patient volume and adequate faculty bandwidth for supervision.
HEALS Act: What physicians and medical students need to know
The AMA offers highlights on the latest bill in response to COVID-19: "Health, Economic Assistance, Liability Protection, and Schools Act” (HEALS Act).