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Welcome to the new We've designed our new site to be easier to use and focused on the information you want, when you want it. And it's now mobile-friendly.

The redesigned site delivers timely news and insights, upcoming professional development opportunities, data and reports in one convenient place, and in-depth looks at the most pressing issues in academic medicine.

 Explore the latest news and information about academic medicine

  • Timely content, published more often
    New content published several times a week means you get the information you want, when you want it.

  • Thorough exploration of topics
    Our new "In-Depth" feature examines issues affecting academic medicine and the future of health care.

    Screenshot in-depth feature

It’s now easier to find what you need

  • Improved, more intuitive search
    The more powerful, accurate search function is “smart”: It will continue to get better as we learn what topics and resources you’re looking for.

    Screenshot of ERAS result page
  • Easier to navigate
    Navigation menus are organized to help you quickly browse the site.

    Screenshot navigation feature
  • Advanced filtering options
    Looking for the latest advocacy news or a professional development opportunity that matches your career interests? Want to browse news stories by your favorite topics? You can filter articles, AAMC reports, and learning opportunities across site sections. 

    Screenshot professional development feature
  • Data all in one place
    AAMC data and reports are now in one centralized location. Search and filter functions make individual reports easy to find. 

    Screenshot data and reports feature

Take us with you wherever you go

  • Mobile-friendly design
    The site has a sleek, intuitive design on your mobile device. 

Responsive mock-up of the website

This is just the beginning

  • Continuously improving
    The redesigned is the result of extensive audience research, website data analysis, and constituent feedback, and it will continue to evolve and improve.   


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