What employed physicians should know about collective bargaining
With nearly half of physicians now employed, some doctors are exploring unionization as a way to address working conditions. Learn more with the AMA.
How one employed physician found a new way to advocate for others
With physician employment now the norm in medicine, Nancy Fan, MD, chairs an AMA caucus that gives voice to the unique interests of employed doctors.
Amid growing attacks, top cop’s message for doctors: Be prepared
Intimidation, threats and attacks against physicians and other health professionals are on the rise. Learn about four key steps to protect yourself.
What drives post-surgical delirium risk among older patients
One-quarter of patients are affected, and the risk rises with age. Learn more about what’s known, and how to help prevent it.
Protecting physicians from violence requires all hands on deck
Violence in medicine is not new, but it has seen a drastic rise over the last decade, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. Find out what to do.
Uncovering how burnout affects physicians at different life stages with Kim Templeton, MD
In this episode of the AMA Moving Medicine podcast, learn how burnout affects physicians at different life stages.
Q&A: Uncovering how burnout affects doctors at different life stages
The pandemic and the physician shortage provide new grounds to fix the systemic drivers of burnout, says AMA member Kim Templeton, MD.
What medical students need to know about unions
Physician unions are slowly growing in popularity. What should medical students know about the collective bargaining in the profession?