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News & Events

Upcoming and Recent Events

  • September 21, 2014

    Chicago, Illinois

    Fall Medical Student Get-Together

    Co-sponsored by Chicago PSR and Physicians for a National Health Plan Illinois.

  • May 8, 2014 - May 10, 2014

    Cedar Rapids, Iowa

    Student PSR Meet-Up

    Students, join fellow SPSR members to build lasting relationships, utilize advocacy skills for social change, learn from experts, effectively recruit new members, and learn how you could be part of the exciting opportunities in the upcoming year.

  • April 8, 2014
    Skills Building Webinar, Part 5: Advocacy Writing

    Advocacy writing may sound scary, but with our helpful tips and encouragement, you'll be writing in no time! This presentation will focus on letters-to-the-editor and opinion editorials (op-ed). Further, it will touch on utilizing social media as a way to influence public opinion.

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Recent News

  • April 18, 2014
    Work to protect the environment

    A letter on what we can do to help the environment, by Cindy Nguyen, Thanhnga Doan, Manjari Pedapudi, Camille Imbo and Jennifer Le, Student Physicians for Social Responsibility, USF College of Medicine.

    Source: Tampa Bay Times
  • March 3, 2014
    Taking action on climate change

    An op-ed by UI student and Iowa PSR intern Julia Sanabria.

    Source: The Daily Iowan
  • October 11, 2013
    Florida PSR's Kids Klinic Serves Homeless Kids

    SPSR established the Kids Klinic at a homeless shelter 5 years ago. Students had approached PSR mentor, Dr. Lynn Ringenberg, asking to work with homeless kids, since they get little exposure to pediatric patients their first 2 years of medical school.

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