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This is an organization for all students enrolled in the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health. The PHSA mission is to serve the academic and social needs of the association members, to serve as liaison between students, the administration and faculty, to encourage and promote community involvement by association members, and to stimulate interest in and advance the profession of public health. Click here to email the PHSA.
SCPH was formed to strengthen the social support, career networking, and advocacy efforts for UCLA Fielding School of Public Health students and alumni of color. Founded in 2001, the SCPH provides opportunities for students across departments to express public health interests and also discuss health issues of concern to populations of color. SCPH contributes to efforts to improve the recruitment, retention, and graduation of students of color, while maintaining ongoing involvement with alumni and community service organizations. Click here to email the SCPH scph_UCLA@yahoo.com. Click here to visit the SCPH website.
Founded in Fall, 2010, QPH aims to build and support a queer community with presence in the Fielding School of Public Health and the broader health science campus through educational events, social networking, and collaboration with other students, faculty and staff. Contact the group's leadership via email.
APA Health CARE is a collaborative effort between UCLA professional schools (Public Health, Nursing, and Medicine), undergraduate health organizations, physicians, and community partners. The organization aims to improve access to health care, health resources, and health education for indigent and culturally- and linguistically-isolated Asian Pacific Islanders in Los Angeles. Public health volunteers have the opportunity to assist at health fairs, conduct surveys, analyze data, assess the needs of the community, present health education, and start projects that cater to their own interests. For more information please visit their website or contact via email.
This program is a sexual health outreach program that aims to foster open, supportive, and accurate dialogue about sexual and reproductive health in order to improve the well-being of UCLA undergraduates. It also aims to empower resident assistants, public health graduate students, and medical students to be leaders and role models. Sex & Cookies programs take place in the undergraduate residence halls and are facilitated by medical and public health graduate students."
This is a professional-quality student-led organization representing all students interested in healthcare management and policy from the School of Fielding Public Health and the Department of Health Policy and Management. HPMSA serves as the premier professional student membership society of future health administration, health policy and public health leaders. Along with the Health Policy and Management Alumni Association (HPMAA), HPMSA seeks to fulfill the professional, educational and leadership needs of its members. For more information about HPMSA, please visit their website.
This group was formed as a part of the school's Bixby Program in Population and Reproductive Health. The group's mission is to bring interested parties together to learn about and discuss reproductive health issues, share information and engage in service/advocacy projects related to reproductive health. All UCLA SPH students, faculty and staff are invited to participate. To receive information about meetings and events, you can be added to the group's listserv by emailing Paula Tavrow.
This student group at UCLA is based on the belief that good pre- and post-natal nutrition is essential to a healthy life, and that a healthy life is a fundamental right of all children. Future Leaders in MCH Nutrition is focused on th exploration of pre- and post-natal nutrition and their effects on the lifecourse. Our purpose is to spread awareness and understanding of these topics, including their basic concepts, applications, and research-based evidence. We expose students to volunteer experiences and networking opportunities with local organizations that are committed to improving the health of mothers and children through good nutrition. You can contact the leadership team for more information via email.
The Mobile Clinic Project at UCLA is comprised of public health students, medical students, law students, undergraduates, and physicians who work together to provide health and social services to the homeless and medically indigent. Public health students conduct surveys, assess the needs of the community, provide health education, engage in media projects, coordinate HIV testing, and manage the transportation program. They also enroll patients in programs for free medication and maintain and dispense the medication at the clinic. For more information please contact via email or visit their website.