AMWA keeps members well-informed on issues affecting their practices and the health of their patients through a variety of electronic and print publications.



NewsFlash provides members and friends with updates on advocacy issues, along with health and professional information.

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As the voice of women in medicine in print, AMWA Connections articulates the vision of women in medicine for discerning readers who want to be well-informed about events and issues affecting the professional development of women health care professionals, and the health of women and their families.

The electronic quarterly newsletter of the American Medical Women’s Association, Connections,covers news and timely events of the association and informative topics regarding advocacy, practice management, and medical legal, women’s health, and gender related issues.

Submissions are always welcome; we will consider reviews and articles of no more than 1,000 words on women’s health and the professional development of women physicians. All editorial material becomes the property of AMWA. AMWA reserves the right to edit all materials.

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Although no longer in print, the Journal of the American Medical Women’s Association was the only peer-reviewed medical journal to focus solely on women’s health issues, and to champion women in medicine as authors and scientists. The JAMWA Archives are a valuable resource for research and information on a wide range of women’s health topics.

Reprints of articles from the Journal of the American Medical Women’s Association (JAMWA) are available for $15 each.  Please contact to submit a request.

Conference Abstracts

Beginning with the 2014 conference, all poster abstracts selected to be presented at the conference are also published to our website. Congratulations to all 2014 conference presenters!

2014 National Conference Abstract Booklet

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