Join The Conversation

Join the conversation happening on our listservs and facebook groups across the country. Be sure to join your city chapter for AMHP updates/news related to your specific location as well as the the AMHP initiatives to engage in topic-specific conversations with other health professionals and students as well as non-health professionals interested in public health .

The Purpose of the Below Listservs

1. Provide an open forum for Muslim health professionals and students to discuss issues pertaining to their respective fields.
2.  Serve as a networking tool for those individuals seeking employment in the healthcare sector.
3.  Share relevant articles, research papers, and journal publications.
4.  Offer mentoring services (on graduate programs, internships, fellowships, career ladder, etc) to undergraduate, graduate students, and early careerists.
5.  Post relevant information on events, conferences, and seminars.

AMHP Initiatives

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Chapter Listservs

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