AMA in the News
AMA in the News: July 2020
Read media highlights mentioning the American Medical Association for July 2020.
International Medical Education
AMA: Withdraw plan to deport med students in online-only programs
Trump administration plan to deport foreign students enrolled in online-only classes is an ill-advised action in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic.
AMA implores change proposed regulation on international students
The AMA urged Trump administration officials to reconsider its regulation on international students that could jeopardize the status of current medical students.
AMA COVID-19 daily video update: Vital role residents play in health care during pandemic
The AMA is leading the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. See daily video updates on how the AMA is fighting COVID-19 by recognizing the important role residents play in the health care system during COVID-19 and beyond.
DACA upheld, protecting 30,000 health care workers from deportation
U.S. Supreme Court rules that the Trump administration’s attempted rescission of DACA program was arbitrary and capricious in violation of federal law.
AMA on U.S. Supreme Court’s DACA ruling
Our country relies on the skills and experiences of the hundreds of active physicians, plus medical students and residents who depend on DACA.
In COVID-19 crisis, AMA’s powerful voice rings out to save lives
Learn about the AMA’s effective advocacy on critical issues such as access to PPE, telehealth, financial relief for doctors, health care inequities, and more.
A time to stand together
With expert resources and tireless advocacy, the AMA is your powerful ally against COVID-19.