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You can direct ISMA efforts; put your ideas into a resolution
e-Reports, June 10, 2013
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ISMA CONVENTION REMINDERS Untitled document

Do you know that the ISMA’s public policies and legislative agenda are driven by resolutions submitted by its members? If you have something on your mind that is important to you and the practice of medicine, now is the time to put those thoughts into a resolution and submit it for the 2013 House of Delegates meeting in September.

Save these dates!

Plan to attend the ISMA annual convention, Sept. 20-22 at the JW Marriott Downtown. Registration begins in July. For details, go to the ISMA convention page.

But don’t wait! Resolutions are due Monday, July 22.

If you need help, House Speaker John Wernert, M.D., and Vice Speaker Heidi Dunniway, M.D., provide the “how to” of crafting a resolution in a short video. Find it on the ISMA website.

If you need additional assistance, call the ISMA at (317) 261-2060 or (800) 257-4762.

The ISMA offers you three awards to honor a colleague or lay person
Only a few days remain to nominate a physician or lay person for their contributions to the community. Awards will be presented during the House of Delegates meeting, Sunday, Sept. 22. They include:

  • The Physician Community Service Award honors an Indiana physician who has made civic, cultural, social or economic contributions to the community.
  • The Dr. Kathleen Galbraith Legacy Leadership Award honors a legislator, physician or layperson with a passion to increase awareness of domestic violence in Indiana.
  • The Patient Health Advocate Award recognizes a non-physician who has made great contributions to the health and well-being of Hoosier patients.

The deadline to submit nominations is June 21. Find details and a nomination form here.

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