American Medical Women's Association (AMWA)


Original pages at the school website can be found here:
Statement of Purpose and Organization/Mission:
  • Empowering women in medicine to take a leadership role in the future of healthcare
  • To learn about opportunities at the state and national level that our AMWA students can participate in to show our support for women in medicine
  • Encourage both men and women to be apart of our group and learn more about AMWA's impact in healthcare
National AMWA Mission Statement: 
The American Medical Women’s Association is an organization which functions at the local, national, and international level to advance women in medicine and improve women’s health.  We achieve this by providing and developing leadership, advocacy, education, expertise, mentoring, and strategic alliances.


Club Leadership

President: Tory Prynn, tprynn1@email.arizona.edu
Vice-President: Kaitlyn Simmons, ksimmon1@email.arizona.edu
Treasurer: Valeria Vasquez, vvasque3@email.arizona.edu 
Community Outreach: Suhitha Veeravelli, suhithav@email.arizona.edu 
PATH Chair: Bhupinder (Rose) Kaur, bkaur@email.arizona.edu

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Linda Nelson

Associated Websites

Please visit the AMWA national website for more information!

http://www.amwa-doc.org/



Club Activities 2018:

Coming for Fall of 2018:
  • Women in Surgery Dinner: October 8
  • Moms in Medicine Lunch Panel: October 11, 12:00-1:00PM

Spring 2018:
  • Women in Male-Dominated Specialties Lunch Panel
  • Physicians Against Human Trafficking (PATH) Lunch Talk

Club Activities 2017:

Fall 2017:   
  • Region 8 Conference, Women and Mentorship, September 16th, 2017
  • Days for Girls Fundraiser, Lanyard Beading Event, October 24th, 2017


Check back for updated events & dates!

Resources:
TED talk by Alyson McGregor. "Why Medicine Often Has Dangerous Side Effects for Women"


PATH-AMWA: Physicians Against the Trafficking of Humans
One initiative of AMWA is PATH, which was founded in 2014, to educate physicians, residents, and medical students about issues surrounding sex trafficking. Through the UA COMPHX, we host seminars educating students on the legal and social issues and how to combat this in the office and clinical setting. 

For more information: http://www.doc-path.org/
For more resources and education materials: Education and Resources link

2017 Region 8 AMWA Conference Speakers and Leaders: