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APAMSA Health Conference at Stanford! 5.8.04 Register Now!

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by milesinfinitus, May 3, 2004.

  1. milesinfinitus

    milesinfinitus Junior Member
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    Upcoming AAPI Health Conference at Stanford University School of Medicine--register now!


    Are you interested in health care?
    Have you always wanted to be involved with the Asian American community?
    Do you already have great community health care experience and want to share with others?
    Do you have great ideas but don't know how to get started?

    DON'T MISS...


    2004 Western Regional Conference!

    "Stepping Up: Actions to Improve Asian American and Pacific Islander Health"

    May 8, 2004, 8:30am-5pm
    TCSEQ Building, Stanford University

    A great opportunity to learn about health care issues facing the AAPI community, hear from amazing speakers with decades of experience in AAPI health, and network with fellow students and health professionals with common interests.

    The National Marrow Donor Program will be doing a drive at the conference as well! Please come, get your self registered, and possibly save a life!

    For med students, undergrads, graduate students, non-students anyone who wants to get involved!

    Read more and register online at http://med.stanford.edu/apamsa

    $15 registration (includes conference, continental breakfast and lunch)

    Spaces are limited!!

    Presented by Stanford Asian American Medical Students (SAAMS) and UCSF's Asian Health Caucus

    Made possible by support from Stanford University School of Medicines Office of Student Affairs and Center of Excellence, Pacific Free Clinic, California Medical Association Foundation, Stanford Universitys Vice Provost for Student Affairs, the Dean of Students, and Cognizant Dean for Undergraduate and Graduate Studies in the School of Humanities and Sciences, Valley Foundation, Asian and Pacific Islander American Health Forum, Stanford Universitys Asian American Activities Center, and many generous private donors

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