Before you get started, make sure to visit the ACR’s advocacy page at www.rheumatology.org/advocacy. The ACR has issued policy statements for 2015 that lay out positions and work plans for the range of issues affecting the rheumatology community. The policy statements are generated by the Government Affairs Committee and have been approved by the ACR Board of Directors. Once you know more about the applicability of issue(s), don’t hesitate to weigh in with your lawmaker. Contact the ACR staff for questions or help facilitating these actions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You are here: / / How to Engage Congress on Rheumatology Issues without Leaving Home