Pre-Health Dreamers, an organization that promotes education and healthcare access for immigrant and undocumented communities, is hosting their 3rd annual conference this year called “Revolutionizing the Health of Undocumented Communities.” You can submit to present a session at the conference and/or register to attend.
The conference will be held in person in Los Angeles, California on July 13, 2023 from 8am to 4pm.
From Pre-Health Dreamers:
“This year PHD’s annual conference will be in-person. The conference focuses on raising awareness around healthcare access and the undocumented and immigrant community. The conference will introduce participants to advocacy and engage them in conversations around equitable policies that support our communities. They will have the opportunity to network and grow as future healthcare advocates. Aside from PHD’s 40 student participants, we expect 200 additional community members to attend.”
The two keynote speakers will be:
New Latthivongskorn, the Co-Founder of Pre-Health Dreamers, and the One Medical/Zuckerberg San Francisco General.
Gloria Montiel Hernandez, Assistant Vice President of Grants and Community Health Research with Altamed Health Services.
The deadline to register to attend is June 13th, 2023.
To learn more about the conference, submit a proposal, and/or register to attend, visit this webpage.
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