To help facilitate access on the Legislative Training Day, all of the resources used during the day can be found here. All resources compiled as a single downloadable pdf: For quick reference, a few of the components of the packet […]
Our Legislative Training Day is coming up on February 22nd! It will include an overview of advocacy, breakout sessions to learn about current legislation, a panel discussion on how to incorporate advocacy into your practice, and a keynote address by […]
We’re continuing to highlight the work of several of our programs following on the heals of Giving Tuesday this week in hopes that you will be inspired to support our work at H-STAT as part of this global day of giving. As a […]
By: Alyssa Greenhouse 7/29/19 Gilroy, CA 3 dead, 16 injured 8/3/19 El Paso, TX 20 dead, 26 injured 8/4/19 Dayton, Ohio 9 dead, 27 injured This country is no stranger to gun violence. If you turn on the news, there […]
My interactions with patients, while important and fulfilling, encompass only a snapshot of the patient’s health. This is why I advocate.
It’s important to see beyond what we learn in the classroom and understand the disconnect between who gets to make decisions and who is actually impacted by them. Our goal at H-STAT is to teach students how to be that bridge and to be advocates for their patients and their communities.
Help us speak up about this issue! The vigil will take place outside of the main Grady Hospital entrance (at Gilmer St) on Monday, October 26th at 6:30 pm. The event will include several speakers, including Dr. Liz Frye, Dr. Maura George, George Chidi, Laura Colbert, and some uninsured patients.
The Trans-pacific partnership may restrict medication access….A potential final round of the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) negotiations will be taking place in Atlanta next week and a number of wonderful organizations, including Universities Allied for Essential Medicines, are trying to increase awareness of the access to medicines issues and put pressure on negotiators to not trade away our health….