2014 Legislative Conference

2014 Legislative Conference

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Join dermatologists and patient advocates from across the country in Washington, D.C., for the 2014 AADA Legislative Conference and present a united voice to Congress about dermatology’s most pressing issues.

The AADA is pleased to invite the entire Academy membership to attend the 2014 Legislative Conference on Sept. 7-9, in the heart of Washington, D.C. Rooms are available at the Grand Hyatt Washington Hotel for $249 plus tax per night. The conference offers the unique opportunity to hear from health policy experts, discuss dermatology issues with colleagues, attend advocacy training taught by D.C. insiders, and become the trusted and influential voice your members of Congress can rely on. Conference attendees learn about critical health policy issues from national health policy experts, political insiders, and AADA advocacy leaders. 

Registration is open for the 2014 Legislative Conference. 
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View highlights from the 2013 AADA Legislative Conference here. 

Conference details

Legislative Conference participants have the opportunity to learn about the issues, get expert advice on how to get your message heard by legislators, and meet directly with members of Congress and their staff to voice dermatology’s concerns.

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The 2014 AADA Legislative Conference will take place Sept. 7-9, 2014, at the Grand Hyatt Washington Hotel in Washington, D.C. Rooms are available at the conference rate for $249 plus tax per night.

Attendees must make their own travel arrangements and cover their own costs for travel to, and lodging during, the conference. The AADA will provide meals and snacks during the event.


For any questions regarding the conference, please email Abigail Osborne at aosborne@aad.org.

The AADA awards several scholarships to residents who commit to year-long involvement in AADA grassroots advocacy. Past award-winners have stayed active by participating in grassroots email campaigns, meeting with their district Congressional offices, and actively participating in AADA advocacy-focused teleconferences. Following the Legislative Conference, AADA staff will follow up with award-winners to discuss a checklist of grassroots activities.

To apply for a dermatology resident scholarship, download the Resident Scholarship application form. Applications are due by Monday, June 16,2014. For questions, email Abigail Osborne at aosborne@aad.org.