What are our future physicians learning about health policy? Given the state of higher education today, it’s no surprise that health policy instruction at medical schools is government-centric. But what is surprising is how little formal policy instruction students receive – which presents a great opportunity to interject the voice of reason into the conversation. The Benjamin Rush Institute is doing just that. In just the fall semester of 2015, we reached 1300 medical students. Come hear how we are presenting the ideas of individual rights and limited government in a way that even liberal medial students are willing to consider these alternatives.
Participant/Sponsored Sessions are time slots in which Atlas Summit participants and paying sponsors can offer talks and workshops of their own.
Contact William Thomas, the conference director, for more information about holding a PSS.