February 12, 2019

How can medical trainees make medicines more affordable?

Health professionals encounter patients everyday who are unable to afford their medications. It can lead to a feeling of helplessness, for both the health provider and […]
January 22, 2019

Student activisim: Where do I begin?

By: Maria Filippa Trikantzopoulou Politics has never been on my radar. After all, I have a degree in engineering and just began a career in medicine; […]
October 4, 2018

Teach us to treat: Making addiction treatment a medical core competency

By: Siva Sundaram Imagine you’re a primary care doctor seeing a patient one week after his first heart attack. You know the latest evidence, so you tell […]
May 3, 2018

A year in review: 5 things I learned as the AMSA Education & Advocacy Fellow

By: Daniel H. Gouger, MD The morning of my medical school graduation, I woke up early to steam my academic regalia. Then I wrote a public […]