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What does it take to convince one person that our
healthcare system needed to change its pedagogical approach and
routinely address a patient’s complete resource needs instead of
only providing a set of prescriptions? What resources are needed to maintain a sixteen-year
effort to combat the growing tide of poverty and the
inaccessibility of quality comprehensive health care?
Join the Center for Public Leadership for an interactive conversation with 2012 Gleitsman Citizen Activist Award winner Rebecca Onie as she answers these questions, and shares her leadership journey as a champion for social activism through healthcare. A graduate of Harvard College and Law School, Ms. Onie has continually worked to make her undergraduate dream a reality while ensuring that low-income patients are connected with the basic resources they need in order to be healthy.
This event is free and open to the public and includes a cocktail reception and moderated panel discussion.
To join us on November 13th, please RSVP to the following link by Friday, November 9th: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/S7BTD58.