Cookies & Soda presents:
Center for Patient Partnerships
Clinical and Certificate opportunities
When: Wednesday, November 5th from
Where: Room 3253
Who: Students and Staff from Center for Patient Partnerships and YOU!
Why: To find out information, ask questions, and enjoy delicious cookies & soda
The Patient Advocacy & Patient-Centered Care Clinical is a comprehensive interdisciplinary opportunity for 2nd and 3rd year law students and other graduate and professional students. Students may begin studying during fall, spring, or summer semesters and are strongly encouraged to make at least a two semester commitment.
·Provide advocacy services to patients with life-threatening and serious chronic diseases
·Resolve financial and employment law related issues
·Insurance coverage, appeals and regulation
·Investigate public benefits and disability access issues
·Research diagnosis and treatment options
·Learn in an interdisciplinary, supportive environment
The Center also offers a 12- credit certificate in Consumer Health Advocacy.
If you cannot attend but have questions contact Sarah Davis at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our website at www.patientpartnerships.org
Submitted by UW Law School Newsletter Admin on November 3, 2008