Promoting Advocacy in Medicine

The American College of Preventive Medicine (ACPM) strives to advance priorities in public health policy and advance the field of preventive medicine. Our advocacy is stronger as a collective voice and needs you, as a member to share your stories and the need for prevention with elected officials at the Local, State and Federal level.

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What is Advocacy in Preventive Medicine? 

ACPM organizes member-led constituent outreach through meetings with congressional offices and grassroots outreach across communication channels including email and social media. Advocacy training opportunities are available to members to build leadership skills and capabilities to cultivate a powerful voice for public health and preventive medicine. 


Advocacy Opportunity - Support Funding for Preventive Medicine Residency Programs!

ACPM members can register for ACPM's Hill Day before Preventive Medicine 2024, ACPM's Annual Conference in Washington, DC to meet with Congressional representatives and demonstrate support for allocating $52 million for Preventive Medicine Residency Training Programs in the Health Resources and Services Administration's (HRSA) Public Health Workforce Development's "Public Health and Preventive Medicine" line item. 


ACPM Action Center

Ready to reach out to Congress? The ACPM Action Center makes it easy for members to engage Congressional representatives. Support preventive medicine through meaningful ACPM advocacy activities that are aligned with the college's forward-thinking legislative agenda supporting public health best-practices and the sustainable future of the practicing prevention.
 

Join ACPM

ACPM is your public health advocacy champion, and we rely on the support of our membership to voice our stances on issues. View our advocacy information to learn more:

Interested in becoming an advocate? Contact your legislators and organize!

For more information about ACPM or to get in touch with us, send our team an email at info@acpm.org or call (202) 466-2044.