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Our publications are created and managed by your physician colleagues and dedicated ArMA staff. Several of our publications are described below. You can access these now through the links, or request a hard copy by calling ArMA Headquarters at (602) 347-6908 or (800) 482-3480.
The quarterly association magazine provides in-depth exploration of local and national medical issues and trends, and is overseen by a group of physicians, residents and medical students serving on the AzMedicine Advisory Council. It often includes opinion and scientific discussions. This publication is now also available on the digital platform, Issuu. The most recent edition is available here.
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Our Legislative staff assembles an annual summary of ArMA’s advocacy work at the state legislature. Learn about the challenges and rewards that our advocacy addressed on behalf of Arizona physicians! Download
Medicine This Week
ArMA’s weekly email/fax newsletter to members keeps Arizona’s physicians informed on local and national medical news related to health policy, opportunities, and community happenings. If you are a member, you can request copies of “Medicine This Week” from our Communications Department at by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. During the Arizona legislative session, this publication includes weekly updates on ArMA’s advocacy work.
Adolescent Confidentiality Booklet
A comprehensive guide providing the practicing physician with key information on how to deal with their adolescent patients. Includes discussions on state and federal laws. Download
Disaster Preparedness and Awareness Guide for the Arizona Physician
Produced as a collaboration of the ArMA Disaster Preparedness Task Force, this manual is intended for the practicing physician in Arizona and offers practical advice on disaster preparedness in the office and home. Download
The Resident’s Handbook: A Guide to Navigating Medicine in Arizona provides a thorough overview of the first steps in establishing your practice of medicine in Arizona. It is intended to be a helpful resource for those exiting their residencies and for physicians new to Arizona. Download