Commonsense gun laws can help end firearm violence
Appropriate gun-safety measures such as New York’s concealed-carry law are an essential element of effective public safety policy.
How policing can benefit from medicine’s evidence-based approach
AMA delegates say there are lessons that police could draw from physicians on how to scrutinize and prevent unwanted outcomes. Learn more.
AMA adopts policy addressing evidence-based policing reform
New policy builds on previous efforts to address the impact of police violence on health.
November 2021 AMA Special Meeting: 10 issues to watch
Track the big health care policy proposals that physicians, residents and medical students will consider at their virtual meeting Nov. 12–16.
Patient Support & Advocacy
AMA advocacy 2020-2021 efforts
The AMA advocates at the federal and state levels on key health care issues impacting patients and physicians. See updates of our some of our recent efforts.
Tips to help you ID intimate partner violence via telehealth
Telehealth can make it hard to root out intimate partner violence. Learn how to overcome those hurdles with CME from JN Learning.
Publications & Newsletters
Top news stories from AMA Morning Rounds®: Week of Oct. 11, 2021
In the news: Anxiety, depression in a pandemic, arthritis in U.S. adults, USPSTF draft guidance on low dose aspirin, FDA guidance on salt in foods, Moderna booster for 65+.
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