Presentation on theme: "Institute on Medicine as a Profession. SFGH Primary Care Internal Medicine Internal Medicine Health Equities Track Pediatric Leadership for the."— Presentation transcript:
SFGH Primary Care Internal Medicine Internal Medicine Health Equities Track Pediatric Leadership for the Underserved Pediatrics Physician in Community
Only statewide multicultural health advocacy organization in California. Founded in 1992 by four ethnic partner organizations in aftermath of Rodney King. Mission: to eliminate health disparities by advocating for public policies to address the health needs of communities of color.
To provide policy and advocacy knowledge and skills to residents committed to caring for the underserved. To provide a venue for residents to reflect on and connect patient experiences with larger policy issues. To build a partnership between CPEHN and SFGH- based residency programs so that: Residents have access to CPEHN’s legislative, administrative, community mobilization and media advocacy expertise, and CPEHN develops relationships with physician advocates who can partner with CPEHN on press conferences, op-ed pieces, policy briefs and legislative testimony.
Session 1 Introduction to PPAS and CPEHN Session 2 Government 101 Writing for Change Session 3 Writing for Change Legislative Advocacy* Session 4 Administrative Advocacy Writing for Change Session 5 Media Advocacy 4 hours seminar time, 4 hours project time weekly YEAR ONE
Session 1 Introduction to PPAS and CPEHN Session 2 Research as Advocacy Writing for Change Session 3 Health Impact Assessments Writing for Change Session 4 CHIS Geographic Information Systems Writing for Change Session 5 Media Advocacy 4 hours seminar time, 4 hours project time weekly YEAR TWO
UCSF faculty (Aronson, Chen, Grubbs, Jain, Kuo) CPEHN staff (executive director, policy director, senior policy analyst, and program director) California’s Deputy Controller Deputy Director, California Department of Public Health’s Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion Senior Counsel, California Department of Managed Health Care Lobbyist, California Academy of Family Physicians Former HHS regional director Attorney trainer, Alliance for Justice Berkeley Media Studies
UCSF faculty (Aronson, Chen, Grubbs, Jain, Kuo) CPEHN staff (executive director, program director) UCSF researchers who have been engaged with national health policy on the safety net, workforce diversity, and the primary care pipeline Director, California Health Interview Survey Co-founder/Scientific Advisor, Human Impact Partners Senior Research Manager, Advancement Project Berkeley Media Studies
Well received “My favorite curriculum” Practice makes perfect Second session each year better Adult learning Hands on skill building highly valued Curricular cramming Near universal request for more time Community building “Where are the family medicine residents?”
“I cannot over-emphasize the benefit of working with an established non-profit advocacy organization, rather than striking out on my own.... As I look back on the experience, one of the main take-home lessons is just how effective it can be to partner with a knowledgeable advocacy organization whose mission matches my own values and beliefs. I feel like I have been given a roadmap for a very effective, longitudinal way to stay active in public policy, while also being a busy clinician.” - Denise Connor, PGY3
Session 1: discuss readings, practice writing lede, feedback and discussion Session 2: come with first draft (focusing on narrative/story), feedback and discussion of narrative and policy focus Session 3: come with revised draft incorporating policy issue, feedback for finalizing piece
15 participants in 1 or more sessions Feedback: daunting but loved it 4 pieces accepted or under review Huffington Post Op-Ed Annals of Internal Medicine On Being a Doctor New York Times Patient Cases Health Affairs’ Narrative Matters
Despite cherry picking, difficulty with societal biases against population health Time and sustainability Gruen RL, Pearson SD, Brennan TA. Physician-Citizens—Public Roles and Professional Obligations. JAMA 2004;291(1):94-98.
Questions? Alice Hm Chen, MD, MPH email@example.com
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