UCSF Associate Professor of Medicine Rupa Marya and Frontline Street Medic Noah Morris will host a bridge training for medical professionals to be effective at responding to medical needs of people advocating for health and justice in the streets.
Learn about street preparedness and situational awareness in order to be better prepared to serve your community. We will cover the basics of tools and skills needed as well as review how to effectively respond to the most encountered clinical scenarios.
Noah and Rupa served together at Standing Rock, where they coordinated medical response to Lakota/Dakota/Nakota nations standing for their right to clean and healthy water. Noah comes with over 15+ years of street medic experience and community medicine in the wake of Katrina. Rupa comes with 15+ translational experience in how to apply medical professional training into direct action support for social movements.
Wednesday, June 3 at 10:00am to 12:00pm