Arvind presenting policy changes at the AMA conference
The Indiana State Medical Association (ISMA) is now accepting platforms for the position of American Medical Association (AMA) Class Representative for the Class of 2022. In this position, you will serve as a liaison between your campus and the Indiana State Medical Association-Medical Student Society (ISMA-MSS). As a campus representative, you will also serve as a voting representative on items of business at AMA-MSS national Annual and Interim meetings. Expenses for travel and hotels to AMA conferences are fully covered for campus representatives.
Other duties include:
– relaying information to your campus on behalf of the ISMA-MSS
– attending monthly ISMA-MSS meetings
– organizing an event at your campus funded by the ISMA-MSS relating to health policy or public health
Indianapolis and Lafayette will elect two campus representatives, while all other campuses will elect one representative. For questions about this role or the election process, please contact VP of Membership: Patrick Dugan at email@example.com or ISMA Chair: Ashleigh Omorogbe at firstname.lastname@example.org. We encourage you to also contact your AMA campus representatives of the MS2-MS4 classes with questions.
Please send all platforms to email@example.com and include your campus location in the body of the email. The deadline for platform submission is Wednesday, September 19th at 11:59 PM. Voting will take place online from September 20th – 21st. Election Results will be announced on Saturday, September 22nd.
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