As a member of the inaugural class of Bay Area Schweitzer Fellows in 2007-8, Steven Lin—then a student at Stanford University School of Medicine—created a trailblazing and comprehensive Hepatitis B initiative at the Pacific Free Clinic in East San Jose in partnership with the Asian Liver Center at Stanford. Lin’s motivation for addressing Hepatitis B and its corollary, liver cancer—which … [Read more...] about For Asian American Immigrants in San Jose, Providing Lifesaving Hep B Care: Five Questions for a Fellow with Steven Lin
Lens on Health[slideshare id=11619653&w=425&h=355&sc=no] View more PowerPoint from The Albert Schweitzer Fellowship For Tufts-Schweitzer Fellow Alan Hsu (whom you may remember from the Schweitzer Fellowship’s new video, “Creating Change, Improving Health”), photography isn’t just a hobby. It’s a tool—and one that he’s using to encourage young adults in Boston’s Chinatown to grapple … [Read more...] about In Boston’s Chinatown, a New “Lens on Health”: Five Questions for a Fellow with Alan Hsu
Back in September, marketing guru Seth Godin argued that by neglecting to harness social media’s capacity to raise awareness (and money), nonprofits are abdicating their professed responsibility to act as change agents. We weighed in at Beyond Boulders with a post that generated several insightful comments. And today, we're officially going live with an ASF Twitter account -- @SchweitzerASF -- … [Read more...] about It’s Official: ASF is on Twitter!