STP10122 LEADERSHIP, GOVERNMENT AND ORGANIZED MEDICINE
FAMILY & COMMUNITY MEDICINE
DAVID L BRAMM, MD
PAULA J. CLAWSON
301 Governors Drive SW
Huntsville, AL 35801
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* * * WRITTEN APPROVAL REQUIRED * * * Complete MS1 year. Attended the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP) National Student & Resident Conference within 4 weeks prior to the start of this course.
No LCME students accepted.
No osteopathic students accepted.
As a follow-up to the national AAFP conference, this course will "localize" information about how state health issues are addressed. A series of lectures, presentations and group discussions will be held with leaders in Alabama's state government and Alabama's health organizations. Student Learning Objectives: - To introduce students to the interaction of state government, health care, and organized medicine at the state and national level. - To develop and enhance leadership skills. - To participate in a national student organization meeting (AAFP). - To network with primary care/family medicine student leaders from other medical schools.
Where To Report
Medical Association State of Alabama, 19 South Jackson Street, Montgomery AL; and Kansas City MO conference center..
Attendance at the AAFP National Student & Resident Conference. Students interested in attending the conference should check with Dr. Bill Coleman about costs of attendance. Student membership in AAFP - this is free to the student. Personal transportation and responsibility of meal costs in Montgomery (lodging will be provided). Rural medicine Program students are required to take this course as part of the primary care/rural leadership development activities.
Evaluation of student performance is Pass/Fail based on a written paper and attendance at all the presentations and activities of this course in Montgomery.
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