Clubs

A comprehensive list of student organizations within the PHAP program at CSUEB

PHAP STUDENT ASSOCIATION (PHAPSA)

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The PHAP Student Association (PHAPSA) was created to establish an official student-run PHAP club for students to participate in active leadership roles, to help organize and unite other PHAP clubs, and be liaisons for the student body, faculty, and staff.  The PHAP-SA believes in the helping pre-health students become prepared and well-rounded applicants during their time at CSU East Bay. The mission of the PHAP Student Association is to provide mentoring, networking, and opportunities to help pre-health students excel and succeed in the journey to get into professional schools while fostering the growth of the community around them.  

Contact Information:

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/phapcsueb/

E-mail: csuebPHAPSA@gmail.com

Website:  PHAPSA.org

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PHAPSA Programs/Projects:

Community Health Outreach Project  (CHOP)

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Community Health Outreach Project is an organization that works collaboratively to provide health education and resources to the underserved communities. We empower our communities through the creation and presentation of various workshops, events and screenings. The workshops we create have been aimed to improve community wellness, including nutrition, exercise, blood pressure screenings, diabetes, health literacy, mental health etc.  

We have worked with the community members at The Arbor at Hesperian, Casa Verde, and Kent Gardens, which are all affordable living complexes in San Lorenzo and San Leandro. 

We are always looking for vibrant individuals who truly care about their surrounding communities and enjoy working collaboratively with like-minded peers. If you are interested in getting involved check out our facebook link below and feel free to get in contact with us.

We look forward to working with you!

Contact Information:

E-mail: aorchanian@horizon.csueastbay.edu

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/CSUEBPHAPCHOP/

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Health Policy Education Committee  (HPEC)

The purpose of the Health Policy Education Committee (HPEC) is to increase general knowledge in health policy and how it influences medical practice. We achieve this goal through fruitful discussions, informative talks, attending lobby day events, etc. The HPEC is a PHAPSA, Primary Care Progress (PCP), and Pre-SOMA collaboration.

Contact Information:

E-mail: HealthPolicyEducation@gmail.com

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STUDENTS UNITED FOR AMERICA’S TOOTHFAIRY (SUAT)

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Student United for America’s ToothFairy (SUAT) is the pre-dental club run by Post-Baccalaureate students at Cal State University, East Bay. Our mission is to provide vital oral health education programs and delivery of preventative services for at-risk children and their families. CSU, East Bay students take on a leadership role in building healthier communities by promoting positive oral health behaviors.

Our largest impact in the community stems from outreach programs such as Give Kids a Smile where SUAT in conjunction with Chabot College Dental Hygiene Program provides free dental services to over 60 children under the age of 13. We continuously teach oral health practices to children at Harbor House Ministries in Oakland through on-site visits and interactive activities. We also aim to equip our members with the leadership skills, networking connections, and volunteer experience that will aid in their journey to dental school. Our ever-growing organization is one that thrives on teamwork and our shared passion of dentistry. Come join the family!

Contact Information:

Email: csuebsuat@gmail.com

Facebook: Facebook.com/groups/csuebsuat

Website: https://csuebsuat.wordpress.com/

Instagram & Twitter: @CSUEBSUAT

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OFFICER APPLICATIONS: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScBISx38MWDddTU3BVVHsSlGYgSsnJI1EtBzmcZWSSjwKm6Rw/viewform

CSUEB PRE-STUDENT OSTEOPATHIC MEDICAL ASSOCIATION (CSUEB Pre-SOMA)

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Osteopathic medicine focuses on the role that the musculoskeletal system plays in the maintenance of overall health and emphasizes a personable and holistic approach to patient care. As Cal State East Bay’s pre-osteopathic medicine club, the mission of CSUEB Pre-SOMA is to increase awareness of osteopathic medicine among pre-medical students, teach and promote the osteopathic philosophy, advise and support fellow pre-medical students interested in the osteopathic medical route, and participate as active members of the greater health and wellness community through advocacy and volunteer work. CSUEB Pre-SOMA is recognized by both the American Osteopathic Association (AOA) and the National Pre-Student Osteopathic Medical Association (Pre-SOMA) and has many close-knit relationships with local DO schools and health-related causes, including Touro University and the MS and muscular dystrophy (MD) societies of the Bay Area. Membership in CSUEB Pre-SOMA offers numerous opportunities to learn more about this promising medical career, including organized tours of Touro University in Vallejo and access to DO student, clinic, and physician shadowing resources.

Contact Information:

E-mail: presomacsueb@gmail.com

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/groups/csuebpresoma/

Website: http:// presomacsueb.wix.com/csuebpresoma/

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PRIMARY CARE PROGRESS (PCP)

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Primary Care Progress (PCP) at CSU East Bay is an organization that seeks to foster interest in the field of primary care, a cornerstone of healthcare. Whether you are primary care-oriented or not, or premed or not, join us in learning and raising awareness about current issues in health care as a whole. Events we hold include health documentary nights, mock interviews, socials, and networking with sister PCP chapters, most of whom are comprised of students from the various professional schools—medical, pharmacy, physician assistant, nurse practitioner, etc.

Contact Information:

Email: pcp.csueb@gmail.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PCP.CSUEB/

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STUDENTS EMPOWERING YOUNG MINDS (SEYM)

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Students Empowering Young Minds (SEYM) is a community of collaborative minds aiming to foster the importance of STEM (science, technology, engineering & mathematics) among young children in the East Bay community.

We seek to increase awareness and to empower young minds about STEM by providing fun and educational service events such as mentoring events, health and science fairs, workshops, and special guests who support the values and goals of our organization.

Ultimately, our intended goal is to provide a positive outlook on STEM to young students in underserved communities.

Contact Information:

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/studentsempoweringyoungminds/

Email us: studentsempoweringyoungminds@gmail.com

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SPANISH IN HEALTHCARE (SHC)

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Who We Are: Spanish in Healthcare (SHC) is an organization of Pre-Health Academic Program students dedicated to learning Medical Spanish terminology and providing health education to underserved communities.

What We Do, Learning Spanish: SHC offers Spanishmodules with high-yield clinically based words and phrases in an online portal. Each module has a corresponding quiz that is graded automatically for instant feedback. We regularly hold meetings in which our members apply newly learned terminology to real conversations using a mock patient-provider framework.

In the Community: SHC offers health education programs that focus on relevant health issues such as diabetes, hypertension, and nutrition for underserved communities.

Contact Information:

Email: shcphap@gmail.com, ccuriel5@horizon.csueastbay.edu

Facebook: Spanish in Healthcare

Instagram: @Spanish_In_Healthcare

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New Member Form: Application

 

PEACE OF MIND (POM) MENTAL HEALTH EDUCATIONAL ORGANIZATION

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The POM organization of California State University East Bay will strive to provide opportunities for students to learn, understand and destigmatize mental health awareness. As future health professionals, we strive to educate the community regarding mental health education and ways to promote wellness. We do this through emphasis of understanding the sciences behind mental health and engaging workshops.

What We Do:
Hold educational workshops on mental health for middle schoolers
Collaborate with teachers, schools, and mental health professionals in the Bay Area
Present different topics on mental health
Establish educational workshops on campus for PHAP & CSUEB students

Contact Information:

Email: csuebPOM@gmail.com

Facebook: CSUEB Peace of Mind

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OFFICER APPLICATIONS: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc6ZwpDMJOzDazq0J1IHQ9tLxXq8pUYwJvaWyQWnctA_s0tZg/viewform