UCSF – UC Law
Consortium on Law, Science & Health Policy
Founded in 2008, the Consortium leverages law and policy to address the conditions in health care systems and society that together enable health and well-being. The Consortium envisions a world in which all individuals and communities can attain the highest level of health possible, defined on their own terms. To this end, the Consortium builds multidisciplinary and multistakeholder collaborations among faculty and students of UCSF and UC Law SF and the patients, clients, communities, and organizations we serve alongside. Through these collaborations, we engage in education and training, research, and public service that advances health and health equity. In all areas, the Consortium’s work is guided by core values of empathy, intellectual and academic integrity, and optimism.
Join us to hear Dorothy Roberts speak about her new book Torn Apart: How the Child Welfare System Destroys Black Families -- and How Abolition…
The Vaccine Injury Compensation Program
Learn more about the Vaccine Injury Compensation Program! Reception to follow in the Atrium, food and beverages will be served. RSVP here. This program will…
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Health Law Faculty and Health Law & Policy Student Concentrators answer common questions about health law courses and careers in the field of health law in this annual event.
Learn more about various topics in disability justice and health equity! Topics include the NCD’s health equity framework, demographic disability data collection, and more.
This event features Professors Radhika Rao, Jennifer Oliva, and Beth Ribet discussing the leaked draft opinion and its significance for reproductive health access and health care.
Our Full List of Event Recordings Here.