Between now and primary election day on April 26th, Pennsylvania is ground zero for the 2016 Presidential election. It’s a critical time to mobilize and make sure that candidates hear from us and commit to end drug company price gouging, and oppose deadly trade agreements that deny life-saving medicine to poor patients worldwide. It’s urgent to seize this opportunity to make sure that drugs invented on the U.S. taxpayer dime become more affordable for patients here in the U.S., and are also freely accessible for the poor and the sick in impoverished countries.
PEASE ATTEND a training to learn how to “birddog” and effectively get answers from 2016 candidates! Throughout the year, groups like AMSA, UAEM, Partners in Health Engage, Student Global AIDS Campaign and RESULTS have been a consistent presence at campaign events, putting candidates on the spot with pointed questions—and getting some incredibly bold commitments. Now, in the home stretch, we need to pick up our game even more now in the home stretch—especially here in Philadelphia!
Please join UAEM, AMSA, and PIH-Engage for a 90 minute training and strategy meeting!
Wednesday April 13, 4:30-6 pm
University of Pennsylvania: Williams Hall, Room 217
255 S 36th St (Corner of 36th and Spruce)
FREE PIZZA if you RSVP!
CONTACT: firstname.lastname@example.org * 518 275-6404
Event Title: The Changing Face of Healthcare Reimbursement - Why Every Physician Needs to be Involved and Avenues to Do So
Monday 4/11/2016, Room 217, 12:00p.m.-1:00p.m.
By the time we graduate medical school, the medical field will have undergone some of its biggest changes and challenges. The evolution of healthcare reimbursement is one such change that is challenging physicians to redefine their practice. Dr. William Van Decker, Temple's Chief of Nuclear Cardiology, will join us on April 18th to explain these shifts in healthcare reimbursement and how we can have a hand in molding this change. We hope to see you there for good food and a good discussion!
Orthopedic Interest Group
Event Title: Orthopedic Match Panel
Tuesday 4/12/2016, Room 317, 12:00p.m.-1:00p.m.
Join the Orthopedics Interest Group on Tuesday, April 12 and come talk to the 4th year students who recently matched in orthopedics. They will talk about the match process in general and discuss their approach and strategies during medical school that helped prepare them for this competitive field. Please bring any questions you might have. Food will be provided.
Event Title: Family Medicine Match Panel
Thursday 4/14/2016, Room TBD, 12:00p.m.-1:00p.m.
Hear from fourth years who have matched in residency for Family Medicine. We'll have a non-pizza lunch and interactive discussion so you can ask your questions and get some answers.
Event Title: Holi 2016
Friday 4/15/2016, Medible Garden, 12:00p.m.
Come join SAHSA for our annual Holi Celebration - a festival of colors! Wear something you wouldn't mind getting dirty, and come prepared to throw around some color!
Samosas from Saffron will be provided :)
Books for Sale:
Books for sale for interested MS1, MS2, MS3, and MS4’s:
$5 Microcards. 2nd edition. Harpavat & Nissim
$10 PreTest Microbiology. 13th edition. Kettering
$10 PreTest Physiology. 13th edition. Metting & Kleshinski
$15 BRS Board Review Series Physiology. 4th edition. Costanzo
$15 BRS Board Review Series Pathology. 4th edition. Schneider & Szanto
$15 BRS Board Review Series Neuroanatomy. 4th edition. Fix
$15 Lange Q&A Psychiatry. 10th edition. Blitzstein
$20 Lippincott’s Review Biochemistry. 5th edition. Harvey & Ferrier
$25 Clinical Microbiology made ridiculously simple. 5th edition. Gladwin & Trattler
$15 Lecture Notes Neurology. 9th edition. Ginsberg
$15 High-Yield Neuroanatomy. 4th edition. Fix
$5 USMLE Step 2 CS Checklists. 2nd edition. Rooney
All books are in like new condition! Please contact email@example.com if interested in purchasing.
The following books are for sale. Prices are negotiable.
E-mail me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Robbins and Cotran Pathologic Basis of Disease, 2009- $45
Histology : A Text and Atlas - With Correlated Cell and Molecular Biology by Wojciech Pawlina and Michael H. Ross (2010, Paperback, Revised- $15
Pathophysiology of Disease : An Introduction to Clinical Medicine by Gary D. Hammer and Stephen J. McPhee (2009, Paperback), $40
Physiology by Linda S. Costanzo (2009, Paperback, Student Edition of Textbook)- $20
Neuroscience (2011, Hardcover, Revised) $80
Step-Up: Step-Up to Medicine by Steven S. Agabegi and Elizabeth D. Agabegi (2012, Paperback, Revised)-$10
Basic Medical Biochemistry : A Clinical Approach by Allan Marks and Michael Lieberman (2008, Paperback, Revised)- $30
Immunology : A Short Course by Richard Coico and Geoffrey Sunshine (2009, Paperback) -$40
Bates' Guide to Physical Examination and History Taking by Lynn S. Bickley (2008, Hardcover, Revised)- $40
PreTest: Emergency Medicine by Adam Rosh (2012, Paperback)- $15
Microcards by Sanjiv Harpavat and Sahar Nissim (2011, Cards,Flash Cards, Revised)- $15
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