AAMC


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AAMC

Abbreviation for Association of American Medical Colleges.

AAMC

AAMC

Abbreviation for Association of American Medical Colleges.
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One major drawback to MedEdPORTAL is that it is currently not indexed in any database; however, the AAMC is working to get it indexed in PubMed.
This AAMC FFES survey clearly demonstrates that career advancement is important to women in academic pathology.
In 2010 AAMC began including content about nurses and physician's assistants in these meetings," Weeks says.
According to the AAMC data (Castillo-Page, 2012a), African American applicants had the lowest acceptance rate of any group in 2011.
In the solutions offered above by the AAMC, there is only one suggestion where medical device manufacturers can contribute to improved outcomes while carving out new space for their products: Develop devices for use by the non-physician.
AAMC data show that two-thirds of women physicians practice in six specialties) One is anesthesiology; the other five rank among the lowest-paying specialties in medicine (family practice, internal medicine, obstetrics and gynecology, pediatrics, and psychiatry).
AAMC is to lodge the name change with ASIC immediately, and expects issue of a new name certificate in the next 14 days.
Mazzaschi was given the award for his Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) liaison for the Council of Academic Societies (CAS); assistance in the development of the CAS Scholarship Dissemination Project; presentation of information on AAMC to National Library of Medicine/AAHSL Leadership Fellows and new directors; and for being a founding member of the Chicago Collaborative, where he helped facilitate conversations and learning on the challenges of scientific communication in the digital age.
5) First, using data from the American Medical Association's Physician Masterfile, the AAMC estimates that nearly a quarter of practicing physicians (24.
According to the company, CoreMedia's CMS solution combines a full featured content management platform with social software features that allows AAMC to: increase traffic and stickiness through personalising content; manage both editorial and user generated content; and engage customers through social features including commenting, ratings, recommendations, microblogs and collaborative filtering.
Since 2004, the budget of the National Institutes of Health had been reduced by 13% after factoring in inflation--a trend that leaders at the AAMC argued was slowing progress on critical research programs and creating a backlog of unfunded and underfunded biomedical research projects.