Over 450 doctors from 50 states, Washington DC, and Puerto Rico call for democracy reforms to protect human health in the climate health emergency. By Medical Society Consortium on Climate & Health and Climate Health Now.
SF Bay PSR Member Dr. Tom Bush published a report, “Potential adverse health consequences of climate change related to rheumatic diseases,” in the Journal of Climate Change and Health.
SF Bay PSR Board Member Dr. Tom Newman dedicated his book, Evidence-Based Diagnosis: An Introduction to Clinical Epidemiology, (co-authored by Michael A. Kohn), to his parents, Ed and Carol Newman, in whose honor he is donating his royalties to Physicians for Social Responsibility, in support of its efforts to rid the world of nuclear weapons.
SF Bay PSR Board Member Dr. Sarah Coates is featured in and on the cover of The Dermatologist. Read the article, “Climate Change: A Very Real Threat and What Dermatology Can Do.”
Protest to demand California EPA and the Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC) take immediate action to protect environmental justice communities
Protest to demand California EPA and the Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC) take immediate action to protect environmental justice communities On August 30, 2021, SF Bay PSR Board Members Drs. Aude Bouagnon and Marjaneh Moini joined environmental justice groups from up and down California to converged on the CalEPA building in downtown Sacramento and ...
Sarah Abdelrahman has left her internship with us to complete a master’s degree in public health at UC Berkeley. When she graduates, she would like to work with a non-profit organization that focuses on health and conflict, specifically water, sanitation, and hygiene in conflict settings in the Middle East. Her goal is to find a ...
Congratulations to Dr. Sarah Schear who graduated from UCSF in May and left our board to focus on her residency in pediatrics at Children's National Hospital in Washington DC. Thank you Sarah for your service and highly valued contributions to SF Bay PSR! We wish you all the best!
Bravo to Dr. Robert Gould for piece in NY TIMES about Daniel Ellsberg’s recent release of documents revealing greater risk of nuclear conflict in 1958 than previously known
Daniel Ellsberg Released More Documents Revealing Risk of Nuclear War The famed source of the Pentagon Papers, Daniel Ellsberg, has made another unauthorized disclosure, this time revealing the risk of nuclear war over Taiwan in 1958 was greater than publicly known. NY Times: Risk of Nuclear War Over Taiwan in 1958 Said to Be Greater ...
Bravo to Dr. Jeff Ritterman for his recent article. San Francisco Marin Medical Society magazine: Combating Medical Racism: The Case for Compulsory Physician Training.
Also, bravo to SF Bay Board Member Dr. Jeff Ritterman for his recent article. San Francisco Marin Medical Society magazine: Combating Medical Racism: The Case for Compulsory Physician Training.