Getting involved is integral to improving healthcare and fostering legislation that will benefit both patients and physicians. Take a moment to vist the Kansas legislators Web site and let them know your thoughts.
2024 Health Policy Internship
Deadline: October 31, 2023
ACP is now accepting applications from medical students and residents for the 2024 Health Policy Internship Program, which will take place April 29 through May 23, 2024. The ACP Health Policy Internship provides a multifaceted opportunity to learn about the legislative process, health policy, and advocacy in organized medicine.
One resident/fellow and one medical student will be selected to work in ACP’s Washington, DC office with governmental affairs and public policy staff. We encourage you to share this opportunity with any students and residents who may be interested. The application closes on October 31, 2023. For more information about the program, please visit the Health Policy Internship Program page or contact Josh Serchen at email@example.com with any questions.
ACP Leadership Day on Capitol Hill
Leadership Day is the College’s annual two-day advocacy event that enables our members from across the country to bring our issues of concern to U.S. lawmakers. This is a great opportunity for the College and our members to bring our policy priorities to Congress and try to influence the legislative process on behalf of internal medicine.
How can you benefit from Leadership Day?
In addition to having an opportunity to meet with your legislators and staff in Washington, DC, participants are provided with in-depth briefings from White House officials, Capitol Hill staffers, and members of Congress; all of whom are among the top health care decision makers.
Participants will also:
Receive a comprehensive orientation on ACP’s top legislative priorities.
Earn Continuing Medical Education (CME) credits.
Learn advocacy skills that can be utilized back home.
Meet other internists who care about advocacy, including colleagues from your own state.
Learn about policy issues that impact your profession and your ability to provide quality care.