101st Anniversary Meeting
Join us in Miami from March 10-13, 2016!
November 18, 2015 -- Happy 100th Birthday AMWA!
Human Trafficking: A Summit to Engage Healthcare Organizations
Co-Sponsored by AMWA and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
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Learn more about the extraordinary history of our organization!
Networking and Supporting Attending Physicians
The AMWA Mission
The American Medical Women's Association is an organization which functions at the local, national, and international level to advance women in medicine and improve women's health. We achieve this by providing and developing leadership, advocacy, education, expertise, mentoring, and strategic alliances.
No matter where you are in your career, there are many reasons to join AMWA. Here’s a sampling of just a few membership benefits.
Create your legacy with the support of the AMWA community.
A powerful local and national network for personal and professional growth.
Connect young leaders with AMWA physicians in 125 academic medical centers across the U.S.
Explore your interest in global health and international outreach.
Fellowships, grants and scholarships recognizing leadership, achievement and potential.
National, regional and local conferences, lectures webinars, and skills training workshops.
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An Afternoon with Martha DuBose, Granddaughter of AMWA Past President Dr. Kate Zerfoss (1948-1949) By Eliza Lo Chin, MD, MPH with Martha DuBose Last October, I had the good fortune…
The Foundation for the History of Women in Medicine is pleased to announce nominations are now being accepted for the 2016 Alma Dea Morani, M.D. Renaissance Woman Award! As the participation…
Introducing the launch of The Confidential Interview Task Force, aimed at promoting the need for a confidential interview to help “Catch the Bad Guys.” Many patients are not interviewed privately…