Association of American Medical Colleges

The Association of American Medical Colleges is "concerned and alarmed" by the Trump administration efforts to undercut the U.S.'s top infectious disease expert.
Women physicians have a harder time finding mentors who will support and promote their work, hence the feeling that the men have an exclusive “club."
Proposed cuts would hamstring research at federal agencies that have a long history of doing the heavy lifting.
It seems unlikely that anyone has assessed the impact of a Muslim ban on the health care system in our country.
Everyone gets burned out. Even doctors. In fact, half of practicing physicians reported feeling burned out, according to
Scientists, academics and advocates are looking at more hospitable environments overseas.
Because hospitals are constantly in need of increased revenue to remain open, it was not long before half of the clerkships
To be sure, efforts are being made to address the shortage. After graduating from medical school, a doctor must complete
It's true that the number of doctors per capita in the U.S. likely will continue to decrease, especially in rural areas. But even though an estimated 13 million Americans have become newly insured since the first of this year, the predictions of the gloom-and-doomers have not panned out.
Given that I encourage students to approach college admissions and career choices based on a good fit model, to me the more important question is, "What can you do to find out if medicine is the right career for you?"