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MMS Member Making a Difference: LaShyra Nolen

Meet LaShyra Nolen, an MMS member with a passion for social justice who is making a difference as an activist, writer, and president of her class at Harvard Medical School.

MMS Antiracism Action Plan

The MMS is committed to working to address systemic racism and inequities within the organization and the larger medical community. Learn more.

MMS COVID-19 resources

MMS has compiled a collection of FREE resources to help physicians navigate the COVID-19 emergency.

Online CME frequently asked questions

MMS has created a page addressing over 20 of the most common questions about earning CME credit for online courses.

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Radio Boston

Radio Boston: The vaccine could arrive in Massachusetts by mid-December

December 3, 2020 – "We need to make sure (the people) who are most vulnerable, who have been known to be getting COVID at higher rates, die of it at higher rates, that they have access... to vaccines," said MMS President Dr. David Rosman.

 Daily Hampshire Gazette

Daily Hampshire Gazette: The people’s pediatrician: Jonathan Schwab named 2020 Community Clinician of the Year

November 26, 2020 – Schwab, a Northampton resident and the medical director for Northampton Area Pediatrics, was named the 2020 Community Clinician of the Year by the Hampshire District Medical Society, an honor once bestowed upon his uncle as well.


WBUR: Let’s use the vaccine to make our health system more equitable

November 18, 2020 – "There’s almost no better opportunity to change how we deliver health care in this country, than with the distribution of a COVID-19 vaccine," writes MMS President Dr. David Rosman. Mass. Medical Society president says it is ‘past time’ for Congress to pass COVID-19 relief

November 13, 2020 – "It is past time for Congress to act and assure that our patients and all those who need care are supported and given every opportunity to access the vital resources they urgently need," MMS President Dr. David Rosman said.

NBC Boston

NBC Boston: College Students Weigh Risk of Traveling Home for Thanksgiving Amid COVID

November 9, 2020 – "What we need to do is just buckle in and do the hard thing, which is not go home for Thanksgiving," MMS President Dr. David Rosman said.

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