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We have very exciting news for medical students interested in
public policy and advocacy: ACP is launching its Health Policy
Internship Program. This internship represents a unique opportunity
for a medical student to develop legislative knowledge and advocacy
skills by working directly with the College's Washington staff and
taking a key role in ACP's annual Leadership Day
(http://capwiz.com/acponline/home/LD). Two positions are available,
one for a Medical Student Member and one for an Associate Member of
Description: The ACP Health Policy Internship
provides a multifaceted opportunity to learn about the legislative
process, health policy, and advocacy in organized medicine. Interns
will research and analyze current issues in health and medical
education policy, assisting with ongoing 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 internship will culminate in a
final project of the Briefing for Students and
Physicians-In-Training during ACP's Leadership Day.
Eligibility: Candidates should be enrolled in
an LCME or AOA accredited medical school or an internal medicine
training program and be a member in good standing of ACP at the
time of application and for the duration of the fellowship. All ACP
Medical Student Members interested in health policy and advocacy
are encouraged to apply. Relocation at your own expense to
Washington, D.C., for the month is required.
Duration: The internship will last for 4 weeks
from mid-April to mid-May. The start and end dates are flexible,
however, attendance at ACP's Leadership Day on May 24-25 is
required. Ideally, the intern would start the week of April 25 and
stay through Leadership Day.
Salary: A stipend of $2,000 will be paid.
Please submit the following by December 15, 2010:
Interested candidates should electronically submit all required
application materials (in one complete packet) no later than
December 15, 2010 to
October 2010 Issue of IMpact
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