Who are we?
We are a network of healthcare members, who use evidence and reason to decide how we can maximize our impact in helping others. The Effective Altruism Medicine group was created for all healthcare and medical professionals. Whether you are a clinician (doctor, nurse, pharmacist, pre-med, etc), a life-science researcher, public health worker, or just someone who is interested in effective altruism and some of these topics, this group was created for your benefit!
Why was this group created?
Healthcare workers and researchers are often altruistic by nature and want to make the world a better place. This group was created to help channel these innate tendencies we possess toward effective efforts. This group was made to guide people through the various steps of becoming effectively altruistic: from learning the core ideas of EA, donating more effectively, and to address questions of how to have an impactful career!
Furthermore, this network hopes to connect like minded people to propel fruitful conversations forward.
Ways to get connected:
Join the community - to stay up-to-date with group news, hear about events, and receive the group newsletter
Join the Facebook group - to read and contribute to ongoing conversations about these topics!
Join the EA Medicine directory - to facilitate communication and information sharing between group members
EA-Medicine Team Leadership:
Hunter Lau, Physician (USA): Group coordinator
Tricia Tan, Medical Student (Singapore): Co-coordinator
Sanjush Dalmia, Medical Student (UK): Publicity and Outreach
Steven Doerstling, Medical Student (USA): Writing
Jacob Woessner, Medical Student (USA): Pioneer/event planner
Danielle Rosenfeld Lovell, RN/Computer Science (Australia): Pioneer/event planner
Rich Armitage, Physician (UK): Pioneer/event planner