We've written before about Houston Schweitzer Fellow Joshua Liao, who -- along with Schweitzer Fellow Revathi Jyothindran -- dramatically increased the rate of follow-up care for newly-diagnosed HIV patients in Houston. In a recent issue of IMPact (the medical student newsletter of the American College of Physicians), Liao reflects on the ways in which medical education can and should focus on … [Read more...] about Schweitzer Fellow Weighs in on “Cultivating More Empathetic, Selfless Healthcare Providers” for the American College of Physicians
You may remember Schweitzer Fellow for Life Zirui Song from his selection last year as one of Boston Magazine’s top emerging doctors, or from his participation in our earlier “Fellows Weigh in on Health Care Reform” blog series. Now, the MD/PhD student in the economics track of Harvard’s health policy program has been published in the New England Journal of Medicine. “The paper is about payment … [Read more...] about Schweitzer Fellow Published in the New England Journal of Medicine
Right around this time last year, we put out a call to you -- The Albert Schweitzer Fellowship (ASF)'s Fellows and friends -- to ask for your support in the 2010 GreatNonprofits Health Campaign. You responded in kind, posting your thoughtful and insightful reviews of ASF on GreatNonprofits (a site that is basically a Yelp or TripAdvisor for nonprofits) and earning us a spot on the site's top-rated … [Read more...] about It’s That Time Again: Post a Review to Help Magnify Our Impact on Health Disparities!