The TMA Policy Compendium is a searchable database of official Texas Medical Association policy as passed by the TMA House of Delegates.
An index of the official ethics opinions adopted by the TMA Board of Councilors.
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A searchable record of action items passed by the House of Delegates during the past 10 years.
An online resource for information on TMA’s House of Delegates, including current meeting details.
*TMA policy is accessible to TMA members. If you are not a TMA member and have questions regarding TMA policy on certain issues, please contact the TMA Knowledge Center. Media inquiries, please contact Brent Annear.
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