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[AMSA] Global Health Political Leadership Institute: Now Accepting Applications

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Re: Political Leadership Institute

National AMSA is sponsoring another Political Leadership Institute, this 
time focusing on Global Health.  Unlike most AMSA-sponsored events, the 
application process is competitive, being open to only 12 students 
nationwide.  The U of M has been successful in sending representation, and 
often more than one student has been interested in applying.  In the past, 
the process toward applying has been unclear, so we have decided to 
implement the following process: students interested in applying should 
notify us by Monday (application due Nov. 20).  After we have identified all 
interested students, we will work with Dean Vercellotti to decide which 
student our school should nominate, which may require you to send us more 
information.  Since the application process is competitive nationally, we 
will try to nominate the student that would best represent our medical 
school.  The attendee will be expected to share the knowledge they have 
gained with our chapter and the rest of the school.  If you have any 
questions, please feel free to contact us.

With this in mind, please review the following message if you are interested 
in global health issues.  If you are interested in applying to this PLI, 
please reply back to Josh Rhein ([log in to unmask]) or Cuong Pham 
([log in to unmask]).

Thanks and Keep up the good work!

Josh Rhein


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From: Connie Liu <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To: Connie Liu <[log in to unmask]>
To: AMSA Global Health Action <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: [global] Global Health Political Leadership Institute: Now 
Accepting Applications
Date: Thu, 06 Nov 2003 13:45:35 -0500


AMSA Global Health Action Commitee Invites You To:
APPLY FOR THE GLOBAL HEALTH POLITICAL LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE FEB 4-7
http://www.amsa.org/global/pli.cfm

American medical students interested in global health activism face specific 
challenges in their efforts to advocate for change overseas.  First, few 
models for affecting change regarding complex international problems, such 
as HIV/AIDS, exist.   Second, opportunities for education or mentorship for 
those concerned with global health problems are scant in the medical school 
curricula.  In order to remedy this gap in medical education, and to enhance 
the ability of students to advocate for international change, the American 
Medical Students Association (AMSA) established the Global Health Political 
Leadership Institute.

This three-day Global Health Political Leadership Institute aims to develop 
a cadre of medical student leaders in global health, both at the national 
level  and in their respective regions.  In this three-day seminar, students 
will: 1) develop and strengthen advocacy skills, 2) educate themselves on 
fast-changing issues in a global context, and 3) connect with a community of 
activists from across the country.

Twelve students will be chosen on the basis of demonstrated leadership and 
commitment to international health issues.  Each medical school or 
university can nominate one student for this year's program.  To 
participate, please speak to your dean of students or equivalent.  We ask 
that the school provide the cost of transportation for each student, to 
demonstrate their commitment to and support of physician leadership.

Selected students will arrive the night of Thursday, February 4th and will 
leave the afternoon of Sunday, Feburary 7th.

The application is attached.  Applications must be received by November 20, 
2003. No applications will be accepted after this date. Applications may be 
submitted by email, mailed, or faxed to:

Erica Schockett, Director of Student Programming
Women's Empowerment Institute
American Medical Student Association
1902 Association Drive
Reston, VA 20191
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Fax: (703) 620-5873

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