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Fall 2023 Events

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Upstreamist Approach to Medicine

Join us in exploring how economic and social conditions influence individual and group differences in health status. Our three fantastic panelists will share different perspectives of healthcare and how we can work to address the social determinants of health in today's world. 

Dr. Christopher Graber | Professor of Clinical Medicine at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA and a faculty member of the Infectious Diseases Section at the VA Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System.


Elizabeth Trombley | Serves as Regional Manager of Upstream Community Health for Kaiser Permanente Southern California; a public health professional with over 23 years of experience.

Dr. Nadereh Pourat | Professor of Health Policy & Management at the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health focusing on assessing disparities in access to care of underserved populations, including the role of the health care delivery system in disparities and health care outcomes. 

Spring 2021 Events

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Virtual Public Health Week

Thank you for your interest in participating in our first-ever Virtual Public Health Week, taking place during Week 4 from April 19 - April 23! We welcome you to engage in the exciting programs planned throughout the week, with the opportunity to win prizes. Learn firsthand how public health intersects with technology, public policy, mental health, and beyond, and the role it plays in our community! Learn more at

Throughout the week, we are working with Urban Partners LA to support impacted areas in Koreatown and Westlake. Venmo @seohannahlee to donate to Urban Partners LA; 100% of proceeds go to their COVID-19 Emergency Food Bank, which distributes food every week to low-income seniors and working class residents economically impacted by COVID-19. 

Week 4 | April 29 - April 23

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Panel | Public Health Impact on Digital Panel: Reinventing the Wheel

A panel on innovation in healthcare, focusing on the intersection of digital healthcare technologies, public health, and advocacy, featuring 4 accomplished industry leaders and UCLA alumni. In medicine and healthcare, digital technologies have the potential to transform unsustainable healthcare systems into sustainable ones, equalize the relationships between patient and provider, and ultimately improve health outcomes.  This is an amazing opportunity for students of all levels to explore and ask questions about the future of healthcare and how we as students can contribute towards innovation in the medical field. We encourage you to share this with your friends and submit questions below, and we hope to see you there! 

Monday, April 19 • 5:30-7:00 PM PST

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Past Events

Thursday, January 7 • 6-7 PM PST

OnCampus Virtual Club Fair

The PHA Leadership Team will share their mission and values through short Q&A sessions. Stop by and chat with us!

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Careers in Public Health and Healthcare Panel: Advice and Perspectives

SCOPE PHA is thrilled to announce that we are hosting a panel on careers in public health on Wednesday, January 13 from 6:00-7:30 PM PT over Zoom. This is an amazing opportunity to learn more about the role that public health plays in healthcare outside of the traditional path to medicine, as well as the integral role that it plays in our broader communities. We will have 4 accomplished professionals and UCLA alumni join us for this panel – learn more about them and their experiences here.

RSVP and submit your questions at We encourage you to share this with your friends, and we hope to see you there! 

Meeting ID: 915 8256 4870 | Password: SCOPEPHA

Wednesday, January 13 • 6-7:30 PM PST

Evaluating Health Disparities: Virtual Graduate Student Panel

For our first virtual event of the year, we hosted a graduate student panel about health disparities on Thursday, August 20 from 6:00-7:30pm PST over Zoom. As patient health advocates, we are all very aware of health disparities in our community, and with COVID-19, they are more prominent than ever. Our goal was to take advantage of these unique circumstances by creating open conversations about what health disparities are and how to address them.


Much thanks to the three accomplished graduate students who provided their perspectives on this panel. Learn more about them here.

Thursday, August 20 • 6-7:30 PM PST

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