New Class of Alabama Schweitzer Fellows Named

2022-2023 Cohort of Graduate Students Represents the Largest Class in Organizational History Albert Schweitzer Fellowship of Alabama P.O. Box 660412 Birmingham, AL 35266 (205) 202-0695 asfalabama.org  CONTACT Tiffany S. AdamsDevelopment Managerdevelopment@asfalabama.org(205) 913.7493  Birmingham, AL --…

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2021 Mid-Year Report

We hope you enjoy this snapshot of what has been happening in 2021. We are proud to partner with so many academic and community partners as we jointly seek to…

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ASF of Alabama is Hiring!

Are you interested in improving health by supporting the future generation of health and human service leaders to learn about and build health equity for Alabama communities? If so, there…

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Read more about the article ASF Fellow Empowering Patients with Diabetes Through Thoughtful Care
Madison Hartley, 2021-22 Fellow, Samford University, McWhorter School of Pharmacy

ASF Fellow Empowering Patients with Diabetes Through Thoughtful Care

By Jasmine E. Crenshaw Expanding Pharmacists’ Role within Diabetes Management Pharmacists usually assist their patients with diabetes through dispensing medications and patient counseling, but 2021-22 Alabama Schweitzer Fellow Madison Hartley…

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Read more about the article Alabama Schweitzer Fellow Easing Social Isolation Among Birmingham’s Older Population
2021 Alabama Schweitzer Fellow Malik Seals is teaching older residents of Birmingham, Alabama about technology platforms.

Alabama Schweitzer Fellow Easing Social Isolation Among Birmingham’s Older Population

By Jasmine E. Crenshaw The Shift In Social Interaction for Older Adults  Older Americans, like Malik Seals' grandmother, spent the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic trying to identify ways…

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