Association of American Medical Colleges

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(AAMC) (ă-sō'sē-ā'shŭn ă-mer'i-kăn med'i-kăl kol'ĕj-ĕz)
A nonprofit organization of U.S. medical schools, teaching hospitals, and academic societies.
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In its 2018 report, the American Association of Medical Colleges projects a shortage of up to 121,300 physicians by 2030.
With the American Association of Medical Colleges Center for Workforce Studies prediction of a shortage of physicians with approximately a deficit of 130,600 by 2025 and knowing that SC ranks 40th in the nation for primary care physicians supply (GME Advisory Group Report, 2014) universities are working to add clinicians to the work force.
While at Columbia University, Nichols maintained an active clinical practice and received the prestigious honors of "Physician of the Year" from Columbia University and the "Humanism in Medicine Award" from the American Association of Medical Colleges.
One of the leading organizations addressing the problem is the American Association of Medical Colleges. According to its August 2014 report on the physician workforce, "Estimates suggest that the U.S.
In 1995, the American Association of Medical Colleges collaborated with the National Institutes of Health to conduct the first comprehensive survey on the women's health content of curricula used in the 126 U.S.
[20.] American Association of Medical Colleges. 2006 medical school graduation questionnaire [Internet].
Kirch, president and chief executive officer of the American Association of Medical Colleges, Washington, praised Dr.
Since 1991, when the NIH's National Research Service Award (NSRA) institutional training grants first required recipient institutions to provide trainees formal instruction in RCR, the Institute of Medicine, National Academy of Science, American Association of Medical Colleges, American Society for Microbiology, and Department of Health and Human Services Commission on Research Integrity have recommended educational initiatives to improve researchers' understanding of standards and commitment to integrity in research.
That's slowly beginning to change, according to Deborah Danoff, MD, associate vice president of the division of medical education for the American Association of Medical Colleges. "Health literacy is receiving much more attention since the IOM report came out," she says, with medical schools now beginning to develop resources and teaching opportunities on the topic.
(Contains 37 tables.) [This paper was also presented at the Graduate Student Research Panel of American Association of Medical Colleges (Washington, DC, October 11, 2002).
The American Association of Medical Colleges has issued new guidelines on graduate medical education that include limits on resident duty hours.
A few years earlier, the American Association of Medical Colleges had published "Physicians for the Twenty-First Century" (AAMC, 1984), which highlighted the need to develop students who were active independent learners and problem solvers rather than passive recipients of information.

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