The American Medical Women’s Association advocates to bring under-addressed issues to the forefront of the national agenda.
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The Preventive Medicine Task Force is working to bring preventative care solutions right to your favorite mobile device, utilizing a new mobile web link. In this mobile environment, patients and health care professionals alike will have access to preventative health care programs from national, state, and local sources all aggregated in one easily accessible location.
Postmenopausal women can take a five-minute assessment developed by AMWA to help evaluate their osteoporosis risk, and use the knowledge to speak to their healthcare professional about a personal treatment plan.
Health care professionals should talk to their patients about alcohol and responsible drinking. Studies suggest that patients who discuss alcohol consumption with their health care professionals are able to make the most informed decisions about moderate alcohol consumption or abstaining.
A Collaborative Initiative: Putting Gender Specific Women’s Health First!
The Gender Equity Task Force (GETF) of the American Medical Women’s Association (AMWA) holds the position that gender equity must be the standard in every sphere of the medical establishment, as well as American society.
Professional medical associations working collaboratively and sharing resources to benefit their members.
AMWA President, Dr. Gayatri Devi, announced at AMWA’s 97th Annual Meeting: Achieving Success as a Woman in Medicine that her campaign would focus on addressing issues of Human Sex Trafficking of young women and girls. AMWA Board Members Dr. Suzanne Harrison and Dr. Eleni Tousimis have also championed this cause.
AMWA President, Dr. Mary Guinan, championed the right for women to have access to affordable contraceptive care. AMWA’s Advocacy and Policy committee joined her in this campaign.
AMWA President, Dr. Eliza Chin, announced AMWA’s commitment to the prevention of childhood obesity at a meeting in Washington, D.C. with Surgeon General Dr. Regina Benjamin.
The Preventative Services Task Force is working to bring preventative care solutions right to your favorite mobile device, utilizing a new mobile
web link. In this mobile environment, patients and health care professionals alike will have access to preventative health care programs from national, state, and local sources all aggregated in one easily accessible location.
AMWA has teamed with ElderAction to promote wellness for our elder population.
Learn how you can promote AMWA initiatives any month of the year!