What to know about coadministration of flu and COVID-19 vaccines
As the influenza season begins, there may be a need to administer two or more vaccines at the same clinic visit. Here is what doctors need to know.
Challenges of COVID-19 and HIV demand patient-physician teamwork
Answering patients’ questions with empathy is key to fighting these two ongoing health crises, says AMA President Gerald E. Harmon, MD.
Data disaggregation: Why counting is crucial—Part I
In this episode of AMA Moving Medicine, experts discuss the importance of data disaggregation among Asian American groups and how the current structures have led to health inequities.
Why a patient’s housing qualifies as a health care treatment
Poor health is a primary outcome of experiencing homelessness and, as with so much else, the COVID-19 pandemic made a growing problem even worse.
Maya Green, MD, MPH, on care for Black & LGBTQ+ patient population
AMA's Moving Medicine series features physician voices and achievements. Learn more in this discussion with Maya Green, MD, MPH, on care for Black and LGBTQ+ patients.
Black & LGBTQ+: At the intersection of race, sexual orientation & identity
On June 24, 2021, the Advisory Committee on LGBTQ Issues and Minority Affairs Section held a webinar featuring on the health and well-being of Americans who identify as Black and LGBTQ+.
What to do when a marginalized patient denies HIV status
The impulse to initiate lifesaving treatment should never overshadow a physician’s focus on therapeutic alliance and trust.
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