Only ISMA members can submit resolutions to the House of Delegates. Resolutions allow members to direct the resources of the organization to issues that concern them, their patients and/or the profession of medicine. In a resolution, you may ask your colleagues to join you in seeking change or setting ISMA policy on a topic of importance.
Resolutions adopted by the House become part of ISMA’s public policy and often part of the ISMA’s annual agenda. Resolutions may seek state legislation, a change in state or federal regulations or submission to the AMA House of Delegates for action.