About the Minority Affairs Section (MAS)
The American Medical Association Minority Affairs Section (MAS) addresses the issues and concerns of underrepresented minority physicians.
Medical society membership: A deterrent to physician burnout
Many doctors have found that professional solidarity can help when addressing burnout. Find out how joining a medical society can help you respond to stress and prevent burnout.
Doctors Back to School™ Day
On this day, visit a school and share your passion for the profession with minority elementary and high school students.
The Doctors Back to School™ program
The AMA Doctors Back to School™ program aims to increase the number of minority physicians and work toward eliminating racial and ethnic health disparities.
Bukky Ajagbe: Seeking diversity in medicine
AMA member Bukky Ajagbe strives to increase the number of minority medical students, while also addressing the needs of underserved communities.
Medicine’s “open secret”: What to do when patients hate
There is a need for best practices in dealing with patient intolerance. Experts offer advice on how to proceed when hatred interferes with healing.
Medical School Diversity
Latino medical students host policy summit in D.C.
The third annual Latino Medical Student Association (LMSA) Policy Summit, held Oct. 21-23, was a comprehensive experiential training in Latino health policy.
Membership Moves Medicine™
- Free access to JAMA Network™ and CME
- Save hundreds on insurance
- Fight for physicians and patient rights