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ACP is pleased to announce that David H. Slade, a third-year
medical student at Southern Illinois University and Morganna
Freeman-Keller, DO, an Internal Medicine resident at the University
of Florida have been selected as the College's Health Policy
Interns for 2011. This internship represents a unique opportunity
for one Associate and one Medical Student Member to develop
legislative knowledge and advocacy skills by working directly with
the College's Washington, D.C., staff and participating in ACP's
annual Leadership Day.
The ACP Health Policy Internship provides a multifaceted
opportunity to learn about the legislative process, healthy policy,
and advocacy in organized medicine. Interns will provide assistance
with researching and analyzing current issues in health and medical
education policy, assisting with on-going advocacy initiatives, and
the development of advocacy materials. Interns will have the
opportunity to attend Congressional hearings, coalition meetings,
and accompany government affairs staff on lobby visits to Members
of Congress and their staff. The interns will be responsible for
researching and presenting on issues of interest to medical
students and residents at ACP's Leadership Day and assisting in
organizing Associate and medical student related events during the
two day meeting. At the end of the internship period, we hope that
the interns will have learned much about health policy and the
importance of advocacy.
Applications for 2012 internships will be accepted this fall.
More information about the program can be found here.
March 2011 Issue of IMpact
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