Are You Signed Up for the DC FLI? You Have Until April 15
Join your colleagues and peers for AANP’s annual advocacy rally – the DC FLI – which takes place May 2-4 in Washington, DC. Registration is free for members and just $150 for non-members. Click here to register
. To book your room at the Dupont Circle Hotel, call 202-483-6000 and reference “American Association of Naturopathic Physicians” OR click here
and reference code AMER300415. Note: April 15 is the last day for both program registration and our $199 room block.
At the FLI, you’ll be treated to nonstop networking and education sessions, and participate in workshops designed to hone your ability to pitch both naturopathic medicine and AANP’s legislative priorities. All of that will come in handy when you visit your Senators’ and Representatives’ offices on Capitol Hill – the final exciting day of the FLI.
Here are just a few of the sessions on tap in this year’s agenda:
Framing Your Message – learn from seasoned NDs how to effectively promote naturopathic medicine to the public and media
Tackling Tough Topics – take part in a discussion of vaccinations and residencies, two subjects considered the Achilles’ heel of efforts to become licensed and expand scope
Healing Our Nation’s Healthcare System – a prominent medical anthropologist’s perspective on the role naturopathic medicine can and should have in health policy
Healing the Wounded Warrior – a panel discussion led by Dr. Jane Guiltinan examining how NDs and integrative medicine are gradually moving into the military and the VA
Breakouts designed to help NDs and students connect with one another and receive updates from licensed and yet-to-be licensed states, respectively
Sessions exploring how to practice successfully in unlicensed states, providing tips on successful practice per se, and offering ways that students can help state associations
Be part of the excitement and help carry the profession’s banner on Capitol Hill. There’s no rush quite like speaking up for our priority issues with members of Congress and their staff – and no better experience to be gained, either.
Register right now
. Remember, you have until April 15. For questions, contact Mike Jawer (email@example.com