Responding to patients’ prayer requests and navigating conflicts with faith-based institutional values are among many ethical questions facing physicians.
AMA attorneys argued that unethical behavior at crisis pregnancy centers demonstrated a California law passed “strict scrutiny” test for regulating speech.
AMA member Megan Ranney, MD, is an emergency physician and researcher who is focusing on the intersection between digital health and violence prevention.
The Litigation Center for the American Medical Association and State Medical Societies fights to keep in place vital state measures such as noneconomic damage caps.
A forthcoming collaboration examining health systems science concepts within the context of international health care systems could yield global benefits.
A 24-year-old woman is 17 weeks pregnant and routine labs show her maternal serum alpha-fetoprotein is low. What is the next step in management?
Despite years of study, med students are relative amateurs at the outset of clerkship. Professional behavior can be key to their success on the wards.
Should juries know whether insurer paid a plaintiff’s medical bills? Physicians say it’s fair law that helps keep liability insurance rates low.
An integrated health system in Oregon has embedded pharmacists for 20-plus years. Here is how their collaboration with pharmacists works.
Practicing and parenting concurrently can be nearly impossible during residency. Here are the four challenges resident-parents must confront.