Want to learn more about what’s going on with prisoners’ health right here in Boston? Want to know how you can help? Come join Physicians for Human Rights, buATP and BUMC Pride as we welcome Jason Lydon, the founder of Black and Pink. Jason will give an introduction to current LGBTQ prisoner issues, prisoner organizing […]
Our first buATP Advocacy Grand Rounds of the year took place on February 5th @ 11:30-12:30pm (in spite of the snow storm!) The discussion, titled “Can Housing Act as a Vaccine?”, was lead by Dr. Sandel, an Associate Professor of Pediatrics at the BU Schools of Medicine and Public Health. After sharing how she became […]
Our end-of-the-year advocacy panel was a success! On Monday, December 2nd, Dr. Curry moderated an advocacy panel of fellow physician advocates Dr. Gaeta, Dr. Rattan, and Dr. Walley. All three shared their thoughts about what advocacy means to them, about what doing advocacy means in their daily practice and life, and about how they got […]
You may be interested in attending or presenting at the Global Health & Innovation Conference at Yale, which is the world’s largest and leading global health conference as well as the largest social entrepreneurship conference. For those interested in presenting at the conference, we are currently accepting abstracts for presentation, and the final abstract deadline is […]
Great new article from The Journal of Healthcare for the Poor and Underserved: Measuring and Assessing Preventive Medicine Services in a Student-Run Free Clinic: Jason Zucker, MD, Janet Lee, MD, Mamoona Khokhar, MD, Robin Schroeder, MD, and Steven Keller, PhD Evaluates patients seen in a student-run clinic in terms of reaching published goals for preventive health screenings (ie healthy people 2010/2020). Really […]
We’ll be tweeting live updates from our classes and other cool stuff about advocacy both at BU and abroad. Follow us at @BU_ATP (https://twitter.com/BU_ATP)
“Five Start-Up Principles to Turn Your Ideas Into Action” Vlad Gyster, CEO, H.Engage Monday, March 25th, 5:30-6:30pm, L210.
BUATP is one of the key stories for the January 14th edition of BU TODAY! Check it out here!
Dr. Chen Kenyon (BUSM 2006), founder of the Spectrum of Physician Advocacy courses and current participant in the Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholars Program at the University of Pennsylvania will be joining us to give a talk entitled: From Trenches to Ivory Towers: Navigating Tensions between Advocacy and Research Chen Kenyon, MD Friday, January 18 […]
Check out the article here: Alumni News Article !!