Print Page   |   Contact Us   |   Sign In   |   Join/Register
Site Search
Policy and Government Affairs Home
Share |

November 11, 2014



ACPM Advocacy Day
HRSA Interview with Dr. Deborah Porterfield, University of North CarolinaHRSA Training Grant Interview with Dr. Miriam Alexander, Johns Hopkins UniversityHRSA interview with Johns Hopkins resident Charlie Preston

ACPM Advocacy Day

HRSA Interview with Dr. Deborah Porterfield, University of North Carolina

HRSA Interview with Dr. Miriam Alexander, Johns Hopkins University

Dr. Charlie Preston - Statement on Congressional Funding

ACPM develops and advocates for public and practice policies consistent with scientific principles of the discipline of preventive medicine. ACPM carries out its policy activities by:
  • Analyzing and responding to legislation, regulation, and policy related to preventive medicine
  • Developing ACPM policy statements and position papers
  • Educating policy makers about preventive medicine and public health issues
  • Tapping preventive medicine physicians to serve on federal advisory committees and panels
  • Developing grassroots strategy to mobilize members into action

Important policy issues for the College include:

  • Financing for preventive medicine residency training;
  • Tobacco prevention and control;
  • Coverage of preventive health services;
  • Federal support for prevention programs;
  • Promotion of healthy lifestyles;
  • Improving patient safety

The ACPM policy process includes the following components:

The ACPM Policy Setting and Implementation Process provides a comprehensive blueprint for how ACPM develops and carries out policy.

Make sure you check out the Latest Policy News pages as well.

Sign In

Forgot your password?

Join/Register Now!

Latest News
Community Calendar

5/21/2015 » 10/15/2015
[WEBINAR] Improving Performance on TJC Breastfeeding Measures

The Rise and Fall of VA Healthcare: 1994-2014 - Webinar

Health Systems Transformation Southern Regional Meeting

6/4/2015 » 6/6/2015
Principles of Prevention in Primary Care: Pearls and Pitfalls

6/16/2015 » 6/19/2015
20 Years of Collective Impact for Student Success