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The Massachusetts Medical Society is the statewide professional association for physicians and medical students. We are dedicated to educating and advocating for the patients and physicians of Massachusetts. We offer online CME courses and live events that award continuing medical education credits. The Society, under the auspices of NEJM Group, publishes the New England Journal of Medicine, a leading global medical journal and web site, and NEJM Journal Watch alerts and publications covering 13 specialties.
MMS Latest News Grant V. Rodkey, 1979-1980 November 16, 2017
MMS Statement Regarding the Opioid Crisis October 26, 2017 Henry L. Dorkin, MD, FAAP, President of the Massachusetts Medical Society, released the following statement.
MMS Statement Regarding America’s Health Care System October 13, 2017 Henry L. Dorkin, MD, FAAP, President of the Massachusetts Medical Society, released the following statement.
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MMS Blog ICYMI: Dr. Dorkin pens pro-SIF piece for Stat December 18, 2017
MMS: 37,000 free opioid and pain management classes taken by prescribers November 21, 2017
MMS thoughts on Gov. Baker’s “Opioids 2.0 Bill” November 15, 2017
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Popular Resources Online CME Courses Browse offerings and earn CME credit for online courses on topics such as end of life care, pain management, public health, risk management and electronic health records. Members receive discounted rates on courses.
Register for Live Events Register for CME events and earn continuing medical education credits and register for committee meetings, webinars, and other free events.
Health Care Proxy The Health Care Proxy is a simple document, legally valid in Massachusetts, which allows you to name someone (an "agent") to make health care decisions on your behalf if you are unable to make or communicate those decisions.
Choosing a Specialty for Medical Students Published studies suggest that as many as 20 percent of medical school graduates switch specialties before completing their first residency. Here are some resources that can help you make the best decision for you.
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