Making Your Voice Heard: How to Be an Effective Physician Advocate for Public Health.

Los Angeles County Department of Public Health

For CME credits or Certificate of Attendance, please complete this survey to its entirety. Questions with an asterisk are mandatory. Thank you.

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* 3. I participated in the enduring/archived CME material on:
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* 4. How well was each learning objective met:

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1. Explain 3 techniques for communicating a public health agenda to policymakers. 
2. List the key steps to organizing people in a grassroots effort. 
3. Describe potential roles for physicians in affecting local, state, or national health related policies.

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* 5. How likely are you to change your practice based on today’s activity?

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* 6. Was there any apparent commercial bias in the presentation? (Defined as content that promotes the proprietary interest of any specific entity that, produces, markets, re-sells, or distributes health care goods or services consumed by, or used on, patients.)

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* 7. Comments and suggestions.

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* 8. [For Los Angeles County Health Care Professionals] Would you like to be notified of local outbreaks and other important public health alerts from  the Los Angeles Health Alert Network (LAHAN)*?

* The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health sends important public health information via email to health care professionals through the Los Angeles Health Alert Network (LAHAN). LAHAN sends health alerts, advisories, and updates on topics such as disease outbreaks, emerging infectious diseases, immunizations, drug shortages and recalls. This will be a valuable resource in serving your patients and the Los Angeles community.

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