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.

Association of American Medical Colleges,

n.pr a nonprofit organization founded in 1876 to reform medical education and represent medical schools, major teaching hospitals, scientific and academic faculty, medical students, and residents. Its mission is to improve public health by improving education and training provided in medical schools and teaching hospitals, promoting research in the health sciences, and integrating education into the provision of effective health care. Also called
AAMC.
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medical school graduates 2009 2002 15,676 2003 15,532 2004 15,829 2005 15,760 2006 16,927 2007 16,142 2008 16,167 2009 16,176 Source: Association of American Medical Colleges, 2010 Note: Table made from bar graph.
A program teaming the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences and schools across the state was recently featured in the journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges as an effective method for reaching thousands of teachers and students about behavioral health issues.
Medical education has broadened to include narratives of suffering and healing, according to the Association of American Medical Colleges, which has a project to help medical practitioners meet evolving social needs.
Pharmaceutical: The Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) and the FDA have published a report summarizing the results of a two-day conference identifying obstacles to drug development and how to encourage collaboration among government, academia and industry.
As one example, Richard (2004) and his colleagues at the Association of American Medical Colleges have already implemented just such a system.
WASHINGTON -- Collaboration is the key to overcoming obstacles to drug development, according to a recent report by the Food and Drug Administration and the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC).
The project grew out of a conference on the assessment of professionalism the NBME sponsored nearly three years ago in Baltimore with the Association of American Medical Colleges.
The decisions sparked conversations that prompted the Association of American Medical Colleges to change the name of the "Minority Medical Education Program" to the "Summer Medical Education Program.
said at the annual meeting of the Association of American Medical Colleges.
Association of American Medical Colleges, a May 2002 lawsuit filed in a Washington, D.

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