Resident Advocacy Program
(On February 6, 2012, the AAP Department of Federal Affairs in Washington DC will host a day-long training session for pediatric residents, medical students, and practicing physicians interested in federal advocacy. For more information, contact Jamie Poslosky at.
This conference offers an intense child advocacy training program led by leaders of the American Academy of Pediatrics. Watch the AAP website for registration information.
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There are many opportunities for residents to attend regional and national meetings, work with professional societies on issues related to child advocacy, and to pursue funding to support these efforts.