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AMSA State Health Indicator Dashboard

January 21, 2021

AMSA is committed to providing resources that will aid in advocacy efforts at the federal, state, and local levels. Existing databases and reports provide useful information that are specific or broad in scope. This State Health Indicator Dashboard was compiled from selected sets of health metrics for their utility and value in discussing a wide range…

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Legislative Advocacy: What It Takes to Make Change

January 21, 2021

AMSA recently hosted a virtual Town Hall where we learned from insiders about how to influence policymaking at every step of the legislative process.  Read the summary and watch the video below!  Combine passion, planning, and persistence Effective advocacy combines passion, planning and persistence. That was the main takeaway offered by Justin Hatmaker, chief operating…

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AMSA: Building on the Past Year and Plans for 2021

January 20, 2021

This past year was full of challenges no one could have seen coming. A raging pandemic with over 400,000 dead that is still not under control, frontline workers and trainees left to fight without crucial tools, assaults on science and public health, an overhaul to medical education, a national reckoning for racial injustice, and threats…

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Your Brand is One of the Keys to Getting into Medical School

January 15, 2021

As a member of AMSA, you already have a competitive advantage when it comes to applying to medical school. However, your brand, which applicants almost never even think about despite its importance, is the first thing you should figure out to differentiate yourself from all the other highly qualified applicants. Your brand must be supported…

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AMSA Statement on Insurrection at the U.S. Capitol

January 07, 2021

The AMSA Board of Trustees, National President Dr. Ali Bokhari, and Education and Advocacy Fellow Mattie Renn released the following statement on yesterday’s insurrection at the U.S. Capitol: Along with the rest of the nation, we watched with horror as the events at the Capitol unfolded on Wednesday, January 6, 2021. For generations, many of…

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Mental health in Latin America

January 05, 2021

Authors: Juan Carlos Brea Minier, student at Technological Institute of Santo Domingo Carla Lee Kim, student at Technological Institute of Santo Domingo Priscila Hernandez, student at Technological Institute of Santo Domingo This post is a series of mental health pieces from the AMSA WSL Committee.  Is mental health really important for Latin American society? The…

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