What has PSR Philadelphia been up to so far in 2017?
PSR Philadelphia continues to mentor youth in schools and in community groups through our long-standing and growing programs that reduce violence and resolve conflict.
PSR Philadelphia hosted two phenomenal Citywide Health Advocacy Training Days for health professionals and students.
PSR Philadelphia has given keynote speeches, presented award-winning research in public health, organized, and hosted exhibit tables to inform and recruit participants at numerous influential conferences and expositions, such as:
- The Academic Symposium on the Health Impacts of the Fracking Industry
- The Air We Breathe: A Regional Summit on Air Pollution and Asthma
- Perspectives on Our Right to Breathe: A Workshop on Health, Air Quality, and Philly’s Energy Future
- Shale & Public Health Conference
- The American Public Health Association 2017 Annual Meeting & Expo.
- The People vs. Oil & Gas Summit, etc…
PSR Philadelphia has stood with our community and participated in environmental and social movements such as:
- The Women's March
- The March to support the Paris Agreement
- The March for Science Movement
- The People's Climate Movement, etc…
PSR Philadelphia has strongly supported SEPTA's Energy Action Plan.
PSR Philadelphia has supported environmental rights at risk in communities across our state:
- The Nicetown neighborhood in Philadelphia
- Delaware and Chester County United for Pipeline Safety
- Lancaster Against Pipelines
- Pittsburgh, etc…
PSR Philadelphia speaks to stakeholders about climate change and how we can be better stewards to Earth, our beloved home.
PSR Philadelphia binds Physicians, Nurses, and all Health Professionals to a shared mission of prioritizing health.