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Advocacy in primary care happens at multiple levels as physicians have roles and voices in their communities at local, state, regional, national, and even global arenas.

Medical students have a powerful voice in this process. Students are the future of the health care system, and policy- and decision-makers often recognize and value that perspective.

Bravo mentorship bravomentorship@gmail.com

Healing hearts across borders SIG usc.hhab@gmail.com

Homelessness SIG uschope2@gmail.com

Human rights clinic https://www.keckhumanrights.com/

Keck at Homeboy Industries SIG keckathomeboy@gmail.com

Protect our patients protectourpatients.usc@gmail.com

ROAR- reach out and read SIG keckroar@gmail.com

Student run clinic https://www.uscstudentrunclinic.com/

For more information on Student Organizations, please visit our student organization section here.

Here are a few resources that can help:

Grassroots Advocacy Resources
Communicate directly to national policymakers on key health care issues.

Advocacy Fact Sheet(2 page PDF)
Looking for more information about advocacy and your FMIG? This handout explains how you can get involved in advocacy at the local and national levels. It also highlights the reasons why advocacy efforts are important.

There are some more details of opportunities on the scholarship/fellowship document

Listed opportunities are great.