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The AMA now has an opportunity to ensure that cultural competency becomes a tool in the medical armamentarium in the same way as the stethoscope or the scalpel, he said.
The paper, which chronicles the origins of the racial divide in AMA history, was prepared by an independent panel of experts convened by the AMA in 2005.
Hart Research that conducted focus groups and asked the question for the AMA in 2003.
In its review, the committee considered a model in which only organizations could be AMA members and would pay dues on a per-member basis.
Bruce Scott, an otolaryngologist from Louisville, Kentucky, and a member of the AMA Board of Trustees, said the AMA's stance takes a prudent approach to risk reduction while not affecting devices that do not have an effective mercury-free alternative.
After the Republicans took over Congress, the AMA set its sights on achieving its long sought-after goal of tort reform.
Glen Helen Raceway (San Bernardino) - Saturday and Sunday: AMA Mazda Truck Motocross Nationals.
standard medicine by dictating what the AMA can and cannot say about chiropractic - in the name of antitrust.
I think the medical profession and the AMA are showing that they are on the cutting edge of the kind of changes that most Americans welcome and my election is a demonstration of that," says Bristow, who is also an NMA member.
To learn more information about AMA Houston Gives Back, visit http://amahouston.
4, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The American Motorcyclist Association is pleased to announce the recipients of its 2015 AMA Awards.
2) The AMA further explained this position in a 1939 pamphlet.
This partnership will bring several new valuable benefits to PIMA members including: member pricing on all AMA seminars, conferences and special events; preferred pricing on the use of AMA Executive Conference Centers, as well as access to Executive Matters, the AMA's monthly e-newsletter, and invitations to special events.