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AMA

abbr.
American Medical Association

AMA

abbreviation for
1. (Medicine) American Medical Association
2. (Medicine) Australian Medical Association

-ama

var. of -orama: rollerama; Futurama.

A.M.A.

American Medical Association.
Translations

AMA

[ˌeɪɛmˈeɪ] n abbr (=American Medical Association) → ordre m des médecins
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Nine of the 11 teams which participated in the draft proceedings filled their rosters with varsity players, leaving AMA, Marinerong Pilipino, and Mila's Lechon to get first dibs at the top prospects in the neophyte pool.
The new mark also supports the AMA's new brand tagline "Answers In Action," which captures the unique fusion between scholarly research and managerial relevance found only in the AMA community.
MENG, which has almost 1000 members and 13 Chapters, will seamlessly integrate into the AMA community.
The announcement was made at a signing ceremony with AMA Motors Group during Bahrain International Airshow 2014 attended by Chief Executive Officer of Bahrain Airport Company Mohamed Yousif AlBinfalah, and Vice Chairman of AMA Group MrTawfiq Al-A'ali.
Advances in the medical management of HIV infection coupled with improvements in transplant outcomes could make organ transplantation a viable clinical option for many HIV-infected patients, the AMA said in a press release.
The Jackson & Coker survey isn't a scientific analysis of physician views on the AMA.
Upon completed installation by AMA on all contracted aircraft and provision of recurring service for the full term of the agreement, gross revenue to AMA will be approximately USD182,000, excluding optional services.
Holloway attended the proceedings of the AMA House of Delegates.
The message is that the House of Delegates met, and in a very democratic process, voted to support the AMA continuing to work with Congress for a reform of the healthcare system to make it better for patients and the physicians who take care of them," said the AMA's President-elect Cecil Wilson.
For more than 80 years, organizations and business professionals around the world have found AMA membership to be an effective way to support their training and development needs.
Bell said that while he is hopeful that the AMA will take some meaningful action to reduce health disparities, he is unimpressed by the apology alone.
The paper, which chronicles the origins of the racial divide in AMA history, was prepared by an independent panel of experts convened by the AMA in 2005.