Teaching resident physicians about safe opioid prescribing
Opioids can be an effective treatment for chronic pain, but prescribing them properly requires prudence. Learn more from the AMA.
Physicians’ progress toward ending the nation’s drug overdose and death epidemic
Physicians’ progress toward ending the nation’s drug overdose and death epidemic.
AMA report shows evolving, deadlier overdose epidemic
AMA cites need to remove barriers to evidence-based care for patients with pain or a substance use disorder.
AMA expands online education hub to streamline needs of physicians
AMA Ed Hub™ features new educational content, auto-reporting from partners.
New York internal medicine physician elected to the AMA Board of Trustees
An internist with a focus on geriatrics and palliative care in rural upstate New York, Dr. Madejski grew up in a family of pharmacists in Buffalo.
AMA touts pathways to train more addiction medicine physicians
Only one in 10 patients with a substance-use disorder receives treatment. New pathways give doctors a chance to become addiction medicine specialists to fill that treatment gap.
Access to prescription drugs: How the doctor’s role is changing
The landscape for prescription medications continues to evolve. This is what physicians should know about the changes and strategies to improve access.
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