Dear Graduate Students, Staff, and Faculty at PITT:
As part of National Public Health Week (April 2-8), University of Pittsburgh’s
Graduate and Profesional Student Association (GPSA) in collaboration with the
Schools of Public Health, Medicine, Pharmacy, Rehab Sciences, Dental and Law have
put together a panel Q&A on the Affordable Care Act (ACA)!
Discussion will be geared around how the ACA- the BIGGEST healthcare reform law in
HISTORY- will affect different groups of people such as young healthcare
professionals (us), insurance companies, and researchers. Experts will also discuss
how the ACA will affect quality-of-care and various communities in Pittsburgh. On
Bruce Dixon, MD – Allegheny County Health Department;
Sheryl Kashuba, Esq. – UPMC Insurance Services Division and UPMC Health Plan
Lauren Jonkman, PharmD – University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy
Mark S. Roberts, MD, MPP – University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health
Moderator: David Barnard, PhD, JD, Department of Medicine and Center for Bioethics
Discussion will begin by 4:30pm at A115 Crabtree (GSPH Building)! This event is FREE and OPEN to all Pitt grad/professional students, so bring your friends! DINNER Will be served.
Event Sponsored by Graduate and Professional Student Assembly in collaboration with Graduate Student Organizations at the Health Sciences Schools (Public Health, Dental, Medicine, SHRS, and Pharmacy).