Webinar Series

Mark your calendars, single-payer supporters! SNaHP wants to help you and your chapter advocate for single-payer reform! With this ongoing webinar series, we hope to provide essential information in an easily accessible format, perfect for a chapter event or your own personal education.

To join a webinar, simply click on the provided link at the scheduled date and time. Please note that SNaHP webinars are open to the first 50 participants only, so you may want to gather with others on campus to watch together. (If you are watching in a large group, you may wish to use a speaker phone for the audio portion of the webinar. See below for call-in information.)

If you are unable to join us in real time, please note that all webinars will be archived on this page.


Student Advocacy During a Pandemic
Featuring SNaHP leaders Rachel Madley, Ashley Duhon, Ashley Lewis, Chris Cai, and Thomas Jackson; PNHP president-elect Susan Rogers, MD; and Miriam Laugesen, Ph.D. (April 13, 2020)


Pandemics and Single Payer: COVID-19’s Case for Medicare for All
Hosted by the UC Berkeley-UCSF joint medical program chapter of Students for a National Health Program; featuring Amy Garlin, MD; Paul Song, MD; and Sanjeev K. Sriram, MD, MPH (April 1, 2020)


Nurses on the Frontlines: Why We Need Medicare for All
Presented by Patricia Eakin, Past President of the Pennsylvania Association of Staff Nurses and Allied Professionals (PASNAP); Marty Harrison; and Mary Adamson (March 21, 2019)


Defining Medicare for All: Provisions for Oral Healthcare
Presented by Ben Wang, Columbia University College of Dental Medicine (Feb. 25, 2019)


Student Advocacy: Finding Balance between Exams and Activism
Moderated by Robertha Barnes, SUNY Upstate Medical University, and featuring a panel of SNaHP and PNHP leaders (Nov. 13, 2018)


Facing Our Foes: Birddogging 101
Presented by Matt Moy, MD, MPH, and Keanan McGonigle, MPP, M4, Tulane University (Oct. 30, 2018)


Single Payer 101
Presented by Tony Spadaro, M4, University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine (Jan. 9, 2018)


The Conservative Case for Single Payer
Presented by Dr. Ed Weisbart, chair, PNHP-MO (Jan. 17, 2018)


The Intersection of Racial Justice and Single Payer
Presented by Dorothy Charles, M3, University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine (Jan. 21, 2018)


Effective Single Payer Advocacy
Presented by Anand Saha, M3, East Tennessee State University, and Dr. Daniel Gouger, AMSA Education and Advocacy Fellow (Jan. 28, 2018)