APTR Paul Ambrose Scholars Program

Prepares public health & clinical health professions students to promote change & become leaders in http://aptrweb.org/pasp.

The Paul Ambrose Scholars Program prepares public health and clinical health professions students to address population health challenges at the national and community level. This program is sponsored by the Association for Prevention Teaching and Research. Since 2002, more than 625 students from over 200 academic institutions have become Paul Ambrose Scholars. This program seeks to meet the curre

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10/19/2022

Paul Ambrose Scholar Alums doing great things!

A meeting of great minds: 3 Pharmacy Coogs and alumni of the APTR Paul Ambrose Scholars Program recent were spotted at DHR Health in Edinburg!
From left, Nancy Aldape Garcia, Pharm.D. ('21), DHR clinical pharmacist; Briget Martinez, Pharm.D. ('07), BCPPS, MASPHM, DHR pediatric clinical pharmacy specialist/UHCOP Rio Grande Valley Pharm.D. Satellite Program faculty member; and Tammie Tran, Pharm.D. candidate.

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Mental health is a critical component of public health and prevention, early detection and treatment can lead to improved physical and community health. Public health can incorporate mental and emotional health into prevention strategies and activities.

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Let’s work together to improve the health of people living with disabilities & other marginalized groups by reducing health disparities in health insurance, increasing physical accessibility to care & increasing availability of appropriate care.

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Urge your legislators to pass laws and funding that support greater access to health care for all and support public health leaders, doctors, nurses, journalists, community members, and activists around the world who face attacks for defending our right to health.

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The public health workforce should possess skills and knowledge that cut across disciplines in areas like policy, communications and data analytics. To support this effort check out the APTR Health In All Education initiative. http://ow.ly/1wvc30sgxjh

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Thank you APTR members for training the future public health workforce to address the health challenges of our present & future. A diverse workforce that reflects the diversity of the community is better prepared to address support the communities they serve.

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We must transform our systems and dismantle policies and practices that uphold racism and continue inequities. We must make racial equity central to health equity.

09/11/2021

On the 20th anniversary of September 11th and the attacks on our country, we remember Paul Ambrose, MD, MPH; APTR Luther Terry Fellow and the almost 3,000 lives lost. Following his vision, the APTR Paul Ambrose Scholars Program supports leadership development for students pursuing careers in preventive medicine and public health.

Gemoules Accepted to Paul Ambrose Scholars Program 06/10/2021

APTR welcomes Madeline Gemoules as one of 33 health professions students from across the U.S. to take part in the interprofessional Paul Ambrose Scholars Program

Read more at https://t.co/j2MaHWIjUa.

Gemoules Accepted to Paul Ambrose Scholars Program P2 student Madeline Gemoules has been chosen as one of 33 health professions students from across the U.S. to take part in the Paul Ambrose Scholars Program.

06/06/2021

APTR is pleased to announce the 2021 Paul Ambrose Scholars class. Each year, APTR selects a cohort of students from across the health professions to attend a Student Leadership Symposium. Students commit their time and effort to improve health within their communities through the planning and implementation of a community-based project.

https://www.ambrosescholars.org/meet-the-scholars.html

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The Paul Ambrose Scholars Program prepares public health and clinical health professions students to promote change and be leaders in addressing population health challenges at the national and community level. Each year, the Paul Ambrose Scholars Program selects a cohort of 40 students from across the health professions to attend a Student Leadership Symposium. Students commit their time and effort to improve health within their communities through the planning and implementation of a community-based project. The Paul Ambrose Scholars Program helps students cultivate leadership and organizational skills in public health education outside of the classroom.


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