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ACP engages in the political process because it is necessary

These policies can make it more or less likely that patients will be subjected to medical errors, be injured by firearms, or be exposed to environmental hazards that adversely affect their
April 2017

Doctors with borders

So, ACP has developed seminal public policy papers on climate change and firearm violence, advocated on behalf of health insurance for all, and issued statements for LGBTQ rights and against ... For climate change and firearm safety, yes, but for domains
March 2018

The NRA's extremist agenda endangers us all

VAWA would close both of these loopholes, as recommended by ACP in its recently updated policy paper on reducing injuries and deaths from firearms. ... sense policies to reduce injuries and deaths from firearms, because protecting patients from harm is
May 2019

Wrong agency, buddy

Yesterday the agency decided not to get into the business of approving firearms, the AP reports.
August 2021

Government dysfunction: It's enough to make a grown man cry

1, 2015. Firearms injury prevention: Polls show the overwhelming majority of Americans support background checks to keep guns out of the hands of people who are likely to harm themselves or
October 2014

ACP's ‘Mission: Not Impossible’

Other issues include the future of graduate medical education funding and primary care; electronic medical records that enhance rather than detract from fluid and fulfilling patient care; firearms, global vaccination, and
April 2015

Improving the practice environment and payment reform

Recent examples of the former include our positions on reducing health care disparities for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgendered people; preventing injuries and deaths from firearms; and calling for immigration policies
November 2015

And so it begins: The long but not-so-lonely road

care; the influence and growth of ACP in other countries; public health concerns, including the sale and use of firearms; and other issues that may arise that are important to the
May 2014

Officers and Regents election results announced

Institutes Smoke-free Collaborative, 2016-2017 (representing ACP); Chair, Task Force on Diversity and Inclusion, 2017; Member, Board of Regents, 2017-present; Member, American Foundation for Firearm Injury Reduction in Medicine,
March 2021

Finding common ground

This is especially true today, when partisanship is near an all-time high, according to pollsters, with Democrats and Republicans holding diametrically opposed perspectives on everything from climate change to firearms
May 2018

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