Episode: Ep. 37: Making change: Meeting with Congress

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Ep. 37: Making change: Meeting with Congress
As a medical student, you can have real power when it comes to shaping policy and political opinion. But first, you have to seize it. No matter whether you'd like to advocate on behalf of patients, against student debt or for any number of important topics, elected officials will listen to you. Dr. Alison Case is here to help you get started. Dr. Case would like to extend special thanks to Professor Mary Beth Levin, Dr. Pratima Gupta, and Max Feinstein for their contribution to this episode and more generally their guidance and great advocacy work. Music is this episode includes "Super Bubbly" by Jesse Spillane, licensed under a Creative Commons license. You can find more of his work at http://www.jessespillane.com.

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