What doctors wish patients knew about COVID vaccines
In this episode of the AMA Moving Medicine podcast, expert physicians discuss what they wish patients knew about the efficacy and safety of COVID-19 vaccines.
Police brutality, health inequity: 8 ways medical faculty can respond
Learn how medical schools can offer supportive approaches to help address systemic racism, police brutality and COVID-19 inequities.
AMA statement on JAMA podcast and tweet
Recent podcast and tweet published by JAMA inconsistent with the policies and views of AMA.
Medical School Diversity
How medical schools are redoubling fight against racism in medicine
The structural elements of racism that exist in other areas of society also prevail in medical education. Learn what medical schools are doing about it.
Nov. 20, 2020: Advocacy Update spotlight on Highlights from the November 2020 AMA Special Meeting
Highlights from the November 2020 AMA Special Meeting in the latest Advocacy Update spotlight.
Top 10 stories from the November 2020 AMA Special Meeting
Amid a tragic tide of COVID-19 cases, physicians from across the U.S. gathered virtually to improve public health during the pandemic and beyond.
Law enforcement’s excessive use of force is a public health issue
AMA House of Delegates adopts policy declares police brutality a manifestation of structural racism. Among other steps, anti-bias training is in order.
Achieving optimal health for all
The AMA is confronting inequity at the system and community level to bring health equity to marginalized and minoritized communities in the U.S.