3 Tips for Managing Stress- by BetterHelp

September 26, 2022

Many of us hear the word ‘stress’ every day, often multiple times per day. Did you know Americans are one of the most stressed out in the world? American stress levels are 20 percentage points higher than the global average (source: stress.org). Stress means different things for different people, but we can all agree that…


National Physician Suicide Awareness Day

September 17, 2022

As aspiring physicians, we are ready to take on the world. We’ve given up time with our friends and family, overcome a seemingly infinite number of hurdles, and have dedicated our lives to the pursuit of medicine.    Physically, emotionally, mentally, we are all in for our patients. This is the standard that we as aspiring physicians…


Medical Malpractice Is a Concern for Students, Too

September 13, 2022

Every doctor trains hard to provide the best care possible. But things don’t always go according to plan. When a patient or their family is dissatisfied with a medical treatment or outcome, a lawsuit is often the result. Medical malpractice lawsuits can happen to anyone, including physicians-in-training. When a malpractice incident occurs, any organization or…


Med School Prerequisites: Everything you need to know

September 12, 2022

Getting into medical school is a challenging task, and you need to have a thorough understanding of all the prerequisites required for admissions. We’ve prepared a detailed guide to help you navigate through factors like prerequisite courses and the clinical experience you’ll need to take to embark upon your med school journey. Get Our Guide…


September is here | AMSA President’s Column

September 08, 2022

Hey there fAMSA! First, let me introduce myself, my name is Dr. Michael Walls and I am AMSA’s National President. This is going to be the first of many Presidential Addresses so I can keep you up to date on what we’ve been up to and what we have coming up! So what have we…


Abortion Protections Letter to Congress

August 26, 2022

We, as future physicians of the United States and national leaders of medical student organizations representing over 60,000 members collectively, are deeply concerned about the Supreme Court’s ruling on Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health. This ruling severely impacts the health and well-being of your constituents, the privacy and sanctity of the physician-patient relationship, physician safety,…

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