Oral Presentations 2017:

Syed Haider, Elizabeth Singer. “The Mount Sinai Human Rights Program: Experiences from the Organization of a Faculty-Student Model of Healthcare.” The North American Refugee Health Conference. Toronto, Canada. June 16-18, 2017.

Hazel Lever, Deborah Ottenheimer, Holly Atkinson, Elizabeth Singer. “Mental Health Sequelae and Histories of Violence Among Women Asylum Seekers Who Have Undergone FGM/C: A Retrospective Study.” The North American Refugee Health Conference. Toronto, Canada. June 16-18, 2017.

Poster Presentations 2017: 

Syed Haider, Elizabeth Singer. “Pre-clinical Platforms for Human Rights Scholarship in MedicalEducation.” American Public Health Association (APHA) Annual Meeting. Atlanta, Georgia. November 4-8, 2017. Accepted for presentation on November 6, 2017.

Aliza Green and Eliza Hersh represented the MSHRP at the recent Physicians for Human Rights National Student Conference at Georgetown in Washington D.C. in November 2017, and presented a poster titled ‘Optimizing Clinic Flow to Meet Increasing Client Volume: The Mount Sinai Human Rights Program’s (MSHRP) Student-Faculty Hybrid Model’ Aliza Green, Eliza Hersh,  Schonholz,  Gus Ruchman, Neha Sikka.

Syed Haider attended the Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association in Atlanta, GA in November 2017, and presented a poster on his study assessing the knowledge and attitudes of medical students on human rights issues and asylum seekers. The poster, ‘The Role of Health and Human Rights in Medical School Education: Experiences from The Mount Sinai Human Rights Program,’ will also be presented at the upcoming Consortium of Universities for Global Health (CUGH) in New York in March 2018.

Publications 2017:

Samuel G. Ruchman. “Whom We Miss.”  A narrative reflection on vulnerable patient populations who have suffered human rights abuses. Annals of Emergency Medicine. Accepted for publication July 12, 2017.

Research accepted for presentation:

*'Experiences of Violence and Community Dynamics in Women Asylum Seekers who have undergone FGM/C,' Hazel Lever, Jimmitti Teysir, Rebbia Shahab.

'Global Health at Home: Service and Training at a Student-Faculty Human Rights Program,'  Gus Ruchman, Kaur, Khushmit , Neha Sikka, Stephanie Schonholz, Arielle Strasser.

All were was accepted as moderated ePOSTER presentations for the Consortium of Universities for Global Health (CUGH) 2018 Conference which will be held in New York, NY from March 16-18, 2018.

*Also selected as a finalist for the Lancet Best Student Poster Competition.