Are you getting frequently asked questions from patients about the COVID-19 vaccines? The Texas Medical Association has created a series of shareable social media graphics to help you answer those questions. Read More...
Getting Another Shot: Physicians Combat Post-COVID Vaccine Hesitancy
Fight Vaccine Hesitancy With These Physician Tips
El Paso Finds a Recipe for Vaccination Success
Talk to Patients About: Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS)
Talk to Patients About: Breakthrough Infections for COVID-19 Vaccinations
Physicians Key to Improving Texas’ COVID-19 Vaccine Rates
“Doctor, Will the Vaccines Give Me COVID-19?”
Talk to Patients About: Vaccine Testing
CDC COVID-19 Vaccination Triage Table
TMA COVID-19 Vaccine Fact Sheet
Spotlight on Vaccines: Pandemic May Open Gateway to Improve Vaccination Rates in Texas
Vaccinating Pregnant and Lactating Patients Against COVID-19
Ten Things to Know to Administer COVID-19 Vaccines
CDC Vaccine Storage and Handling Toolkit
COVID-19 ACIP Vaccine Recommendations
CDC COVID-19 Vaccine Recipient Education
TMA COVID-19 Vaccine Fact Sheet for Patients and Social Media Toolkit
COVID-19 Resources main page
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After years of sounding the alarm about physician burnout and demanding systemic changes, organized medicine – and the health care industry more broadly – is responding with wellness initiatives on a trajectory for growth. Their commitment is bearing fruit: According to the latest studies, physician burnout rates appear to be on the wane. But there's still room for improvement. In this issue, learn about physician-led wellness interventions, state efforts in workplace safety and behavioral health, and practical tips to address administrative burdens driving physician stress. Plus, get the latest on Texas' record licensure numbers and how scholarships are keeping medical students practicing in Texas.
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