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Since President Obama took office just over one year ago, the
health care debate in Washington has brought to center stage what
many physicians have known for some time. The American health care
system is broken and in need of thorough reassessment. Major
players in health care reform range from insurance companies to
professional medical societies, but it is critical that, as the
future of medicine, students take an active role in shaping the
future of health care. ACP Leadership Day offers just such an
opportunity, as well as providing valuable advocacy training and
Leadership Day 2010 will be held May 18-19 in Washington DC and
is designed to provide ACP members with an update on the College's
priority legislative issues, briefings from members of Congress and
White House officials, and an opportunity to meet with your state's
elected officials. A special briefing for medical students is also
provided, so you should not feel overwhelmed or intimidated.
Whether this will be your first ACP Leadership Day or if you are a
seasoned veteran to this annual event, you will find that your
voice is needed more than ever to help improve the future of
medicine. We have an opportunity to be a voice for our patients and
fellow students, sharing first-hand experiences about the necessity
for changes in health care.
Because our professional careers are just beginning, no matter
what the outcome of health care reform, we will be the ones dealing
with the aftermath and any impact it will have on our patients.
Take advantage of this incredible opportunity to improve our
Tips for Leadership Day:
1. Contact your state ACP chapter to
learn about possible funding opportunities to support your
attendance at Leadership Day. You will be traveling with your state
delegation, so it is important that you coordinate your
participation through your chapter.
2. Visit the ACP Leadership Day
Website to learn more about our planned events and read up on
College priorities and issues.
3. Become an ACP Key
Contact to receive timely updates on health care legislation
and stay involved in advocacy throughout the year.
4. If you have questions, contact your regional representative on
ACP Council of Student Members.
Southeastern Region Representative, ACP Council of Student
Medical College of Georgia School of Medicine, 2010
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