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Along with a new program name, Advocates for Internal
Medicine Network, AIMn is also active in social media,
which will make engaging with lawmakers much easier, effective and
enjoyable. Follow AIMn's Twitter
account and like ACP's Facebook page
for regular advocacy updates. These changes and new resources will
help increase Advocates' interest in advocacy at a time when so
many pivotal changes are occurring in health policy; changes that
undoubtedly will have bearing on your future patients and how you
will practice medicine. We encourage Advocates to take advantage of
these other ways to engage lawmakers, outside of traditional
e-mails and call-in campaigns -where social media has taken on an
increasingly important role.
Join the Advocates for Internal
Medicine Network and help shape how federal legislation will
affect your future patients and the practice of internal medicine.
Advocates are provided with legislative updates and easy-to-use
advocacy tools to communicate effectively, and develop valued
relationships, with your federal elected officials and their
For more information contact Jolynne Flores, Supervisor
Grassroots Advocacy & PAC at firstname.lastname@example.org
or (800) 338-2746 x4532.
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