Massachusetts Medical Society: Memorandum to Medical Student Members

Memorandum to Medical Student Members

As president-elect, I am faced with an important task - appointing members to the Society’s committees.  Through its committees the MMS is able to promote member interests to the public, business, legislature and state agencies.

  The Society needs your active participation to ensure that the ideas and opinions of medical students are well represented on the Society’s committees.  Your willingness to serve on a committee would be greatly appreciated.  Please take a moment to review the list of MMS committees.  If you are interested in serving on a committee, please complete an application form and return it to Society headquarters together with a copy of your C.V. and a statement of interest by Tuesday, February 20, 2018.

To encourage appropriate representation of the Medical Student Section (MSS), all medical students seeking committee appointments will be recommended by the MSS leadership.  Two medical students will be appointed per committee.

In order to facilitate your participation, please be aware that the Society will reimburse mileage, tolls and parking costs that may be incurred as you travel to and from committee meetings.

Your involvement in Society programs and activities helps to shape the future of medicine.  I look forward to working with you.

Alain A. Chaoui, MD, FAAFP
President Elect

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