No, I am NOT quoting a country song, but I am noting the 15,822 miles I traveled across the country in 4 months for you. WHY? To bring to student groups the nation’s premiere training for medical students in the defense of every patient’s dignity.
So let me tell you the story of Betsy…(and pizza…and snow).
Betsy is a fourth year medical student at the University of Minnesota Medical School. Last year, she began the UMN Medical Students for Human Life, and just one year later (and a few pizza slices later), Betsy’s organization has become one of America’s top medical groups dedicated to every patient, both in utero and outside. I had the honor of sharing dinner with their officers at the local joint, Cosetta’s Italian Market, this past November 12th in St. Paul, Minnesota. After a phenomenal year of bringing expert medical speakers to their campus, we discussed how to even MORE effectively transform their medical school. We had graduates from Princeton University, Stanford University, and Duke University sitting around a darkened table, formulating the next steps to improving patient care by improving physician-recognition of every patient’s human rights.
WHY? Because healthcare begins with the patient, and the patient begins at conception. By getting back to basics, we can then proceed with the best and brightest minds to transforming our country. With over 20 years of experience, Students for Life of America works through Medical Students for Life of America (MSFLA) to translate proven strategies from over 520 pro-life college groups into medical groups.
So the only question is…where are you? Contact MSFLA, and I will bring proven, personalized, NO-COST training to you. CHECK OUT THE CITIES I HAVE TRAVELED TO SINCE JULY (your medical school can be next!):
>Greenville, South Carolina (1,236 miles)—07/24/10
>Knoxville, Tennessee (1,200 miles)—09/11/10
>Salt Lake City, Utah (2,528 miles)—10/17/10
>Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (2,178 miles)—09/24/10
>Seattle, Washington (5,290 miles)—10/28/10
>Minneapolis and Rochester, Minnesota (2,618 miles)—11/12/10
>Tallahassee, Florida (772 miles)—11/19/10