Family Medicine Congressional Conference
April 7-8, 2014 - Renaissance Washington, DC Downtown Hotel
Attend the Family Medicine Congressional Conference to better understand federal advocacy, learn about the current priorities for family medicine, and receive practical, hands-on experience with the legislative process—all in two days. Discuss the issues with AAFP lobbyists and then address Congress on incentives for primary care, workforce development and other topics.
- Learn the fundamentals of advocacy.
- Engage legislators in issues important to you and your patients.
- Share your experience.
- Inspire change
Accommodations may be made at the Renaissance Washington, DC Downtown Hotel(www.marriott.com) online or by contacting the hotel directly.
999 9th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20001
Reservations made after March 17, 2014, will be confirmed on a rate and space-available basis. The conference rate is not guaranteed for reservations made after this date. The Rennaissance Washington, DC Downtown Hotel guarantees reservation by credit card. Credit cards will not be charged prior to the guest's scheduled arrival date. Reservations may be cancelled at no charge up to 6 pm local hotel time on your scheduled check-in date.
FMCC 2014 is quickly approaching and we have several exciting and informative sessions in store to help prepare you for your visit to Congress on behalf of family medicine.
Thank you for helping the American Academy of Family Physicians and the Council of Academic Family Medicine bring family medicine’s message to Capitol Hill. We've put together some tips to ensure a successful lobby day.
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“I’d personally encourage each and every AAFP member to become involved in the political process. Their future depends on it, and one way to definitively do this, is to participate in the FMCC program.”
— Joseph A. Lieberman III, MD, MPH
Sponsored by AAFP and the Council of Academic Family Medicine (CAFM), FMCC educates participants on family medicine’s legislative priority issues, trains attendees on how to lobby on Capitol Hill, and allows participants to put these skills to use with federal legislators and their staff. Advocacy is a high priority of AAFP and the CAFM organizations. Every family physician and educator can learn how to be effective in Washington and at home.