2019 was a busy year for H-STAT! As the year draws to a close, here’s a look back on some of what we’ve been up to this year. In the spring, H-STAT joined the ACP at the Georgia State Capitol […]
The Fall kick-off event is an opportunity for interested students to learn about what H-STAT is and how to get involved. This year’s event was held at Manuel’s Tavern and featured different tables for each H-STAT program where participants could […]
By Janhavi Dubhashi Medical Apartheid by Harriet A. Washington: This book is for anyone who is interested in understanding the historical relationship that exists between the medical establishment and Black Americans. This book is masterfully written, intensely researched, and deeply related to […]
I have had the wonderful opportunity to serve H-STAT as the Education co-chair for the past year (2015-2016). As a responsibility of this position, I had the pleasure of organizing and attending H-STAT’s 13th Annual Leadership Symposium (for the first […]
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.