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Advocacy Update: 2012 ACP Health Policy Interns Selected

Athanasios Manole, a second year medical student at University of New Mexico and Tiffany Groover, MD a second year primary care/internal medicine resident at Boston Medical Center have been selected as the 2012 ACP Health Policy Interns. They will work in ACP’s Washington office for four weeks in May learning about the College’s advocacy work and preparing a briefing for student and Associate members at the 2012 Leadership Day.

Learn more about the Health Policy Internship.



Back to December 2011 Issue of IMpact

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