DDNC's Public Policy Forum
On Sunday, March 5th and Monday, March 6th, the Digestive Disease National Coalition will host its 33rd annual Spring Public Policy Forum. The theme for this year's Forum is "Improving Patient Care". This Forum will be a hybrid format, with the ability for participants to either attend in-person in Washington DC or virtually. UPDATE: As of 2/20/23, in-person registration is no longer available. Virtual registration is still open!

Sunday Webinar: At 1:00pm EST on March 5th, join policymakers, caregivers, and patients as the DDNC hosts its Public Policy Forum Webinar. This webinar will include a number of timely presentations from DDNC member organizations on the latest in digestive disease care, remarks from Members of Congress, impactful digestive disease patient stories, and an overview of DDNC policy priorities. This event is open to the public, and we encourage all patients, caregivers, physicians, and scientists with an interest in digestive disease policy to attend.

Monday Congressional Meetings: In-person advocates have the opportunity to meet with their congressional offices and advocate on behalf of pivotal legislation including the Safe Step Act. Virtual advocates will be provided with additional instructions on how they can advocate as well.

Individuals interested in attending the Public Policy Forum can register for the event by filling out the form below. In-person registration will close on Monday, February 20th. If you have any questions, please contact the DDNC by reaching out to Jackson Rau at Rau@HMCW.org or (202) 544-7497. We will continue to provide more information as the event approaches.

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