Pearl of the Week: Sharing clinical notes boosts patient safety
Find resources to help improve patient medication adherence.
Give gun buyers lifesaving information on secure storage
1 in 3 pediatric firearms-related deaths are suicides. Physicians are standing up for a law requiring gun shops to share safety tips with buyers.
Practice innovation strategies: Patient-centered care
This collection of AMA STEPS Forward® Practice Innovation Strategies offers proven approaches on how to improve communications with patients and enhance transitions of care.
Disability benefit systems can be dizzyingly complex. Here’s help.
Learn with the AMA about best practices for a task for which many physicians may lack expertise: evaluating patients’ ability to work.
Contraceptive care CME
Education from Partners in Contraceptive Choice and Knowledge (PICCK) helps clinicians and public health professionals empower patients to make informed contraceptive care decisions.
Myth or fact? Physicians can’t respond to online patient reviews
If a patient writes a review about a physician, can that doctor post a response? HIPAA muddies the matter. The AMA sets the record straight.
Patients deserve greater clarity on who is a physician—and who isn’t
MD, DNP, PA, NP. Patients are too often confused by credentials. The AMA revised the Code of Medical Ethics to improve transparency and quality of care.
5 communications tips for doctors in the disinformation age
Whether on social media or in person, learn with the AMA about how to amplify your impact and enhance your ability to disseminate accurate information.
5 tips to battle anti-science aggression from doctor on front lines
Peter Hotez, MD, PhD, recently faced real-life stalking for refusing to appear with anti-vaccine activist Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Here’s what he learned.