Ill-fitting PPE contributes to added stress for women physicians
Poorly fitting PPE could risk lives of female physicians and other health professionals as the country continues to battle COVID-19. Learn more with the AMA.
Nearly 100,000 units of PPE go to community-based organizations
AMA Foundation, Project N95 partner to give masks, gowns and gloves to organizations throughout the country.
Pandemic pivots Ochsner Health to new role: PPE manufacturer
Louisiana’s Ochsner Health has long been an innovator in patient care. Now its pioneering spirit is taking it in a new direction: manufacturing.
Heartbreaking family tales spur medical student to help India
India is the deadliest COVID-19 epicenter to date. Learn what medical student Noor Shaik, an AMA member, is doing to get supplies to those in need.
Make sure PPE is designed to fit everyone
Gloves, masks and more are designed to fit men of European ancestry, sometimes leaving other doctors with badly fitting PPE. AMA seeks to change that.
COVID-19: AMA's recent and ongoing advocacy efforts
In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, the American Medical Association has been the leading physician and patient ally. Learn more about recent and ongoing efforts.
Megan Ranney, MD, MPH, on gun violence within the pandemic
The AMA is leading the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. See daily video updates on how the AMA is fighting COVID-19 by discussing approaches to preventing gun violence during the pandemic.