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Our annual Health Policy Symposium was a great success,
providing important information about healthcare, policy, and
This year's ACP Health Policy Symposium was coordinated by
medical students from Temple and Jefferson. (L-R) - Heidi Mock,
Graeme Williams, Adrianna Hitchens, Diana Huang. Missing - Gregory
For the first time, this year's ACP Health Policy Symposium
featured a poster presentation which helped facilitate discussions
about the intersection of healthcare, policy, and ethics.
The symposium ended with a lesson on using your stories for
advocacy. Here, students from various schools and stages of
training are sharing their stories and giving one another
Jeff Hom, MD, an internal medicine physician and current Robert
Wood Johnson Clinical Scholar at Penn, introduced and delivered the
storytelling for advocacy session.
More small group storytelling discussions.
David Cohen, JD from Drexel Thomas R. Kline School of Law
breaks down the recent changes on abortion legislation as a case
study for how policy affects how healthcare is practiced.
Students focusing on speaker presentations.
Nora Jones, PhD, an anthropologist specializing in bioethics
from the Temple Center for Bioethics, Urban Health, and Policy,
explains the unique considerations of healthcare and ethics in an
Marla Davis-Bellamy, JD, from the Temple Center for Bioethics,
Urban Health, and Policy, discusses the importance of combating
violence as a public health issue, especially in urban centers like