Brett of Banff, the first surgeon, who established the North-West Territory Medical Council, the Alberta Medical Association, and the Alberta College of Physicians and Surgeons, prototype of the Medical Council of Canada of which he became president.
What does AMA stand for?
AMA stands for Alberta Medical Association
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We have 503 other meanings of AMA in our Acronym Attic
- Agricultural Marketing Act of 1946
- Ahmedabad Medical Association
- Air Materiel Area
- Airborne Meteorological Assembly
- Aircraft Maintenance Alert
- Aircraft Movement Area
- Airspace Management Authority
- Alabama Military Academy
- Alaska Miners Association (Anchorage, AK, USA)
- Albany Museum of Art (Albany, GA)
- Alberta Motor Association (provincial branch of Canadian Automobile Association/American Automobile Association)
- Algemeen Militair Arts
- All Mods and Admins
- Alleenstaande Minderjarige Asielzoekers (Dutch: Unaccompanied Minor Asylum Seekers)
- Alliance for Multicultural Assistance (Penton, MI)
- Amarillo, TX, USA - Amarillo International Airport (Airport Code)
- Amateur Martial Association
- American Management Association
- American Maritime Association
- American Marketing Association
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Alberta Medical Association has raised questions about patient safety, quality of care and potential conflicts of interest by people who will prescribe and sell drugs.
The response of the Alberta Medical Association (AMA) members to the plan was canvassed in 1933.
While these countries do allow private medical facilities, these arrangements are so tightly regulated that even the presidents of the Canadian and the Alberta Medical Associations, who agree in principle with Klein, would be kicking and screaming if they themselves were subjected to such controls.
Physicians tried to effect changes to benefit their patients, and through the Alberta Medical Association (AMA), assumed a high public and media profile.