Physicians weigh in on DACA case before Supreme Court
Physicians tell the U.S. Supreme Court that eliminating the current policy would worsen physician shortages and hamper emergency preparedness.
5 IMG physicians who speak up for patients and fellow doctors
International medical graduates (IMGs) account for more than 23% of physicians in the United States and play a vital role in health care. Compared with U.S.
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How IMGs have changed the face of American medicine
The AMA’s inaugural IMG Recognition Week kicks off with a look at the numbers that detail this vital part of the U.S. physician workforce.
For growing number of doctors, life in medicine extends into 70s
Now they qualify for Medicare, but spend much of their days treating Medicare patients. A 75-year-old family doctor shares her secrets on staying sharp.
These medical specialties have the biggest gender imbalances
Which medical specialties are most popular among male and female physicians entering residency? Time to run the numbers.
12 women using their platforms to advocate for physicians, patients
Learn more about a dynamic dozen of AMA members moving medicine on issues such as medical and media literacy, human trafficking and pediatric diseases.
How to tackle burnout among women physicians
Physician burnout can affect male and female doctors in different ways. Here are some ways to address physician burnout among female physicians.