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- Question: Longitudinal advocacy?
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A few on this forum have mentioned one-off opportunities to be an advocate, such as SGIM Hill Day. How can residents engage in more longitudinal, meaningful advocacy activities? Do these happen most effective through organized medicine and specialty societies, through academic institutions, community organizations? Thoughts from the experts appreciated. Thanks!
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