Major ad effort seeks to help answer COVID-19 vaccine questions
The CDC-vetted “it’s up to you” campaign urges COVID-19 vaccination to “get back to the moments and people we miss.”
Health care groups urge more race, ethnicity data for COVID vaccinations
Leading health care advocacy groups urged all health care professionals to collect and report more race and ethnicity data when administering COVID-19 vaccines.
Discrimination against LGBTQ+ Americans must end, doctors say
AMA joins National Association of Manufacturers and many others to back the Equality Act’s passage in the House of Representatives. Find out why.
How inequities are surfacing in COVID-19 vaccine distribution
Vaccines offer hope amid this pandemic’s deeply inequitable impact. Find out why more data is needed on race, ethnicity and COVID-19 vaccinations.
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Top news stories from AMA Morning Rounds®: Week of Feb. 22, 2021
In the news: U.S. death toll reaches 500,000 from COVID-19, SCOTUS to hear case on “gag rule,” administration to distribute face masks, COVID cases in nursing homes.
New fellowship will equip doctors to advance U.S. health equity
14-month-long fellowship gives physicians a chance to dive deep and get the skills they need to combat root causes of health inequity across the nation.
Feb. 26, 2021: National Advocacy Update
AMA urges Biden Administration to include physician offices in COVID-19 vaccine distribution and administration plans and more in the latest National Advocacy Update.
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