H-STAT Events Calendar

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  • Week of Action for the Un(der)insured
    All day
    05/06/2019-05/10/2019

    Join H-STAT for a week-long educational campaign about uninsurance and underinsurance. Over the course of the week, we’ll explore topics include what it means to be uninsured or underinsured, what Medicaid and Medicare are, what Mediciad expansion and waivers are, and suggested ideas for how you can take action on this issue.

    Click here to sign up to receive daily informative emails throughout this week. Note that if you’re already a subscriber to our listserv, this link will redirect you to update your preferences once you enter your email address.

    Or follow our blog for daily updates during this week.

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  • Week of Action for the Un(der)insured
    All day
    05/07/2019-05/10/2019

    Join H-STAT for a week-long educational campaign about uninsurance and underinsurance. Over the course of the week, we’ll explore topics include what it means to be uninsured or underinsured, what Medicaid and Medicare are, what Mediciad expansion and waivers are, and suggested ideas for how you can take action on this issue.

    Click here to sign up to receive daily informative emails throughout this week. Note that if you’re already a subscriber to our listserv, this link will redirect you to update your preferences once you enter your email address.

    Or follow our blog for daily updates during this week.

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  • Week of Action for the Un(der)insured
    All day
    05/08/2019-05/10/2019

    Join H-STAT for a week-long educational campaign about uninsurance and underinsurance. Over the course of the week, we’ll explore topics include what it means to be uninsured or underinsured, what Medicaid and Medicare are, what Mediciad expansion and waivers are, and suggested ideas for how you can take action on this issue.

    Click here to sign up to receive daily informative emails throughout this week. Note that if you’re already a subscriber to our listserv, this link will redirect you to update your preferences once you enter your email address.

    Or follow our blog for daily updates during this week.

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  • Week of Action for the Un(der)insured
    All day
    05/09/2019-05/10/2019

    Join H-STAT for a week-long educational campaign about uninsurance and underinsurance. Over the course of the week, we’ll explore topics include what it means to be uninsured or underinsured, what Medicaid and Medicare are, what Mediciad expansion and waivers are, and suggested ideas for how you can take action on this issue.

    Click here to sign up to receive daily informative emails throughout this week. Note that if you’re already a subscriber to our listserv, this link will redirect you to update your preferences once you enter your email address.

    Or follow our blog for daily updates during this week.

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  • Week of Action for the Un(der)insured
    All day
    05/10/2019-05/10/2019

    Join H-STAT for a week-long educational campaign about uninsurance and underinsurance. Over the course of the week, we’ll explore topics include what it means to be uninsured or underinsured, what Medicaid and Medicare are, what Mediciad expansion and waivers are, and suggested ideas for how you can take action on this issue.

    Click here to sign up to receive daily informative emails throughout this week. Note that if you’re already a subscriber to our listserv, this link will redirect you to update your preferences once you enter your email address.

    Or follow our blog for daily updates during this week.

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  • ACEs Student Task Force Learning Series
    6:30 PM-8:30 PM
    05/23/2019

    This journal club discussion will focus on the New Yorker article, “When Should a Child Be Taken from His Parents.” This is a fantastic piece focusing on the role of adversity and trauma in the lives of children and families, and the complex considerations that inform when children are able to stay with their biological families or enter the foster care system. It is relevant to students and professionals working in policy, public health, clinical health services, and other sectors.

    Dr. Nancy Fajman is a pediatrician who works at the Child Protection Program at Hughes Spalding. She specializes in child abuse, and we are excited to have her lead this event!

    We encourage you to read the article in advance of our discussion. There will be food served; please RSVP so we get the right amount.

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