Because there were so many important questions that we didn’t have time to answer during our first meeting, RCA Gainesville held a follow-up meeting on opening schools. Our Town Hall Meeting on Wednesday, July 29th from 5-6 PM again discussed … Read more
Opening Our Schools: When and How? With the start of schools and universities fast approaching, now is an important time for everyone to be educated on how to best protect themselves and others from COVID-19 during the 2020-2021 school year. … Read more
Dr. Carleen Sabusap, a post-doc scientist and researcher of cystic fibrosis medicines at Vanderbilt University, organized a Town Hall for residents of Nashville on July 6, 2020. Carleen talked about how to access tests and other resources, and about the history … Read more
We would like to congratulate Katrin Stinson and Natalya Martins on receiving the 2020 Leadership in Community-Based Learning Award from Simmons University for their work at the RCA. Katrin and Natalya have made numerous contributions to the RCA including helping … Read more
While this policy will help more people access insulin, it is “too little too late” from Lilly, said RCA co-chair Dr. Vikas Saini.
The RCA is looking for an intern to help manage membership and development for the organization. Learn how to apply!
In an interview with Shannon Brownlee, Boston doctor and RCA member Leigh Simmons shared her experiences so far practicing in the pandemic, and what worries her most about COVID-19.
For those of us helping to “flatten the curve” by staying home, it is hard to imagine what it is like on the front lines of the crisis. We spoke with Alan Roth, chair of the department of medicine at Jamaica Hospital in Queens, NY, about his current experience caring for patients with COVID-19.
The Right Care Alliance is looking for a research intern for the summer. Learn more about the position and apply on Indeed.