Prescription for Change: APAMSA 2011 National Conference Oct 14-16!

Hey West-Coasters and readers! If you happen to be in the Stanford area in October, this might be a good thing to check out!
Prescription for Change: Act Now Asian Pacific American Medical Student Association (APAMSA)
2011 National Conference 

October 14-16, 2011 Li Ka Shing Center for Learning and Knowledge Stanford University School of Medicine

 

The health care system is changing, but Asian Pacific Islander communities continue to face significant health disparities that require attention and continued efforts. The APAMSA 2011 National Conference is a call to action for current and future medical students to work together through advocacy, technological innovation, entrepreneurship, community solutions and career development toward a powerful ‘Prescription for Change.’ Gain tools, insight, inspiration, and a network of like-minded leaders by joining us to 'Act Now' and be a part of the solution.

 

Registration is OPEN http://apamsaconference2011.stanford.edu/ Early Bird registration until 9/17/11

For more details on what's in store click here! http://apamsaconference2011.stanford.edu/?page_id=15

ALSO!

National Conference Poster Session and Competition

The APAMSA National Academic Chairs are excited to announce the opening of registration for the second annual National Conference Student Research Poster Session and Competition. There will be up to 10 spots for current medical students and undergraduates. This is an excellent opportunity to present your research to peers and faculty from throughout the nation. Prizes will be available from our sponsors and awarded at the conference banquet. Participants will be recognized with a certificate and on the National APAMSA website and newsletter. We encourage submissions from all fields, in addition to those that directly address APAMSA’s core mission. Our abstract deadline is 10pm PST, September 10, 2011. Please email education@apamsa.org with your abstract, CV with contact information, and other supporting materials by that date (PDF or Word format).  Abstracts will be selected based on criteria of merit, originality, and quality of writing. Further details on the poster competition will be available after all submissions are received, but judging criteria will include fund of knowledge, presentation skills, organization, and appearance.

We look forward to your submissions! Thank you!