美国医学协会促进和布鲁泰克ts the professional interests of doctors and the healthcare needs of patients and communities.
The AMA works to improve and promote equity, inclusion, and diversity in Australia’s medical profession through its policy and advocacy work. Read more about how the AMA advocates and values equity, diversity, and inclusion.
The history of the AMA dates back to the early 1800s, when groups of doctors banded together under various names and for various objectives.
The AMA awards and honours recognise the distinguished and notable service of members and the inspirational work of individuals working towards better outcomes for their patients and communities.
The Scholarship targets Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander medical students who demonstrate a commitment to their community and to medicine, and who may not have the financial means to realise their dream.
At the AMA, we are proud to be “Leading Australia’s Doctors – Promoting Australia’s Health”. The AMA, as Australia’s peak health advocacy organisation, exists to advance the health of the community and the professional interests of doctors.
Our team is one of our biggest strengths. Be part of the voice for better health care in Australia. See your work make a difference on a national scale.
The Medical Journal of Australia (MJA) has been publishing ground-breaking medical research since 1914. It is the journal of the Australian Medical Association. Since the first MJA issues were published, the highly held values of the Journal have remained unchanged: recording the progress of scientific medicine and assisting in interpreting the practice of medicine in all its branches.
Today, the MJA has evolved to become a modern journal that continues to translate our founding values into practice. The MJA has an ongoing commitment to supporting the medical profession by publishing high-quality, relevant information useful in medical practice. This is reflected in recent journal metrics, with over 335,000 monthly views online, our highest ever impact factor achieved in 2019 (5.44), and we are among the top 16 general medical journals globally.
Homjais在1月和12月（每年22个问题22个问题上发表了一个问题，并涵盖了影响澳大利亚医疗保健的所有重要问题。Homapublishes最新的澳大利亚临床研究，循证审查，临床实践更新，权威的医学意见和辩论以及人文中的发展以及医学的发展。 The MJA encourages comment and debate from its readers. The MJA welcomes articles in all these categories.