Your TAFP News Now update for the week of February 23, 2017
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TAFP President: A roller-coaster start to a busy year
Want to get the scoop on the challenges facing family medicine at the Texas Legislature in Austin and find out how you can get involved? Your president, Tricia Elliott, blogs about the state of the Academy in the first few weeks of what promises to be an interesting year.
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Martin: Repairing ACA may be more likely than full repeal
AAFP keeps us in the know when it comes to what’s happening between the current administration and the possible future of ACA. And well, it’s complicated, but Shawn Martin has insight on where we may be headed.
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Attend AAFP’s Family Medicine Advocacy Summit in D.C.
One thing is for sure, a passion for political advocacy has been stirred nationwide. If you are looking for guidance or a chance to participate, AAFP’s Family Medicine Advocacy Summit will be held May 22 – 23. Family medicine doctors from across the nation will gather in Washington D.C. to receive training on how to lobby Capitol Hill and to be educated on family medicine legislative priority. This special event will also coincide with the first Family Medicine Day of Action.
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Take the uncertainty out of political advocacy
AAFP loves to empower their members, which is why they’ve created the AAFP Advocacy Toolkit. You’ll find tips on tracking legislation, meeting with your legislator, and much more. Figuring out your brand of political advocacy just got easier.
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C. Frank Webber Lectureship: Don’t miss your chance to save
It’s almost time for the C. Frank Webber Lectureship and there’s still time to book your hotel room and save. Make your reservations at the Renaissance Austin Hotel before March 15 to take advantage of the TAFP group rate. Who doesn’t love a great deal?
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