Our PEACE Work & Wishing you Happy Holidays!

DECEMBER 6, 2022 Dear Friends: We wish you healthy and happy holidays!  We also want to THANK YOU for your support and share with you a MATCHING GIFT opportunity. If we can raise $20,000 through our end-of-year campaign, an anonymous donor will match it. We need $8,000 more to reach our goal. PLEASE GIVE HERE. ...

Our PEACE Work & Wishing you Happy Holidays!2022-12-06T11:18:33-08:00

Intertwined Health Crises—Climate and Nuclear Disasters

“The climate crisis is leading to greater international conflict, and stockpiling nuclear weapons redirects precious resources away from equitable climate actions, while increasing risk of a nuclear conflict.” PSR Leaders, Dr. Ira Helfand and Dr. Marjaneh Moini, “A Fossil Fuel Non-Proliferation Treaty Will Save Lives,” in Common Dreams. NOVEMBER 15, 2022 Dear Friends: Like you, ...

Intertwined Health Crises—Climate and Nuclear Disasters2022-11-28T15:33:47-08:00

Richmond Healthy Environment Project in collaboration with Richmond Shoreline Alliance

This project was made possible with generous funding from the Resources Legacy Fund. In support of a residential-grade cleanup of the AstraZeneca toxic waste site on Richmond’s southeast shoreline, the SF Bay Chapter of Physicians for Social Responsibility and Richmond Shoreline Alliance (RSA) are undertaking a community engagement and capacity-building process called the Healthy Environment Project. The goal of ...

Richmond Healthy Environment Project in collaboration with Richmond Shoreline Alliance2022-09-12T19:18:51-07:00

SF Bay PSR’s 2022 Roadmap: Advocating for health-based solutions to our world’s crises for more than 40 years!!

MARCH 8, 2022 NEWS, STAFF & INTERN UPDATES, EVENTS & MORE Once again, the new year is off to a tumultuous start. As our hearts go out to the people of Ukraine, we painfully watch our world in crisis on multiple fronts: Russia invaded Ukraine and threatened to use nuclear weapons; the United Nations’ ...

SF Bay PSR’s 2022 Roadmap: Advocating for health-based solutions to our world’s crises for more than 40 years!!2022-03-09T14:13:21-08:00

COP26: Where Do We Go from Here?

NOVEMBER 17, 2021 PSR Member News, Action Updates, Anti-Nuclear and California Policy Watch, and More During the first two weeks of November, as we watched Congress haggle over Biden’s infrastructure and Build Back Better plans, oil executives testify at congressional hearings attempting to hold them accountable, and world leaders posture at the United ...

COP26: Where Do We Go from Here?2021-11-18T15:50:41-08:00

SF Bay PSR Board Member Dr. Tom Newman is donating the royalties from his book to PSR

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. Tom Newman is donating the royalties from his book to PSR2021-09-08T12:52:35-07:00

Linking Our Movements Against Global Warming and Militarism

SEPTEMBER 8, 2021 PSR Member News, Action Updates, Anti-Nuclear and California Policy Watch, and More At a time when we are daily reminded through spreading drought and wildfires, and extreme weather events, that our climate crisis is here and now, we simply cannot afford to continue to squander our resources for another era of ...

Linking Our Movements Against Global Warming and Militarism2021-09-08T13:42:15-07:00

PSR Committee Member Dr. Lisa Patel co-authored a module for the American Board of Pediatrics on climate change and health.

PSR Committee Member Dr. Lisa Patel and co-author, Dr. Karina Maher, published a maintenance of certification module for the American Board of Pediatrics on climate change and health. Bravo! To access: 1. Log in to your ABP Portfolio. 2. Under Activity Points, click on the blue My Activities button in the MOC section. 3. Click ...

PSR Committee Member Dr. Lisa Patel co-authored a module for the American Board of Pediatrics on climate change and health.2021-06-15T15:13:45-07:00

Congratulations to Dr. Katherine Gundling, SF Bay PSR committee member, for being awarded The Edward A. Dickson Emeritus Professorship Award.

Congratulations to Dr. Katherine Gundling, SF Bay PSR EH committee member, for being awarded The Edward A. Dickson Emeritus Professorship Award. This award will support two years of UCSF Center for Climate, Health, and Equity’s efforts to build a clinical toolbox and patient education library that will advance the climate-related clinical care of patients at ...

Congratulations to Dr. Katherine Gundling, SF Bay PSR committee member, for being awarded The Edward A. Dickson Emeritus Professorship Award.2021-04-29T16:42:59-07:00
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