Med Students for Life Launches 2nd Half of National Tour

Medical Students for Life (Med SFLA), an outreach of Students for Life of America, is launching the second half of its national Bioethics Symposium and Tour this week beginning with a private gathering with University Minnesota medical students and a presentation at Minnesota’s Mayo Medical School on March 16th from 12-1pm, at Saint John’s: 1 4th Avenue Southwest Rochester, MN, just down the street from Mayo Medical School. All media are welcome.

The first half of the tour swept across the southeast United States and stopped eleven times to host symposiums at numerous medical schools and universities, and coincided with the February 18th actions by the Obama Administration to gut the only federal regulation protecting the conscience rights of medical professionals.

Day 6: Listen to Your Patients, Med Students

Dr. John could not start his presentation initially because the medical students kept coming in. 30, 40, eventually 60 medical students packed the lecture room at the Louisiana State University School of Medicine to hear Dr. John get back to basics with them. “I did abortions, until I started listening to my patients,” the students…

Day 2: Rape and Conscience Rights—Increasing Access

2/17/11

She was breathing heavily, Dr. John recalls. Dilated and in front of him…

The description of this clinical case pours from the former abortion provider as he stands in front of the stares of the Mercer University students and faculty gathered in Macon, Georgia, for the 2nd day of the MSFLA National Bioethics Symposium  & Tour.  With 614 miles and over 7 hours of travel through three states to log, Dr. John stood before the students and continued relating this case from his residency.

Speaking Tour to Visit New Orleans Medical Schools

The first-ever National Medical Students for Life of America (Med SFLA) Bioethics Symposium and Tour will be visiting New Orleans’ Medical Schools this Monday and Tuesday to counter the Obama Administration’s attack on conscience protections for medical professionals. The tour will hit Louisiana State University School of Medicine (February 21st, 12-1pm), a joint presentation for Loyola University, Tulane University, and University of New Orleans (February 21st, 7-8pm).

To speak is Dr. John Bruchalski, a former abortion provider, founder of the pro-life Tepeyac Family Center in Virginia, and one of the nation’s foremost medical experts on pro-life health care.

Obama Admin Attacks Pro-Life Medical Professionals

The Obama Administration lead another attack on pro-life medical professionals today as the Department of Health and Human Services recinded parts of the Bush Conscience Protection Rule. Upon the announcement, Jon Russell, National Coordinator for Medical Students for Life commented, “This is a direct attack on the entire medical community’s conscience and our oath to…

National Medical Students for Life Tour Continues Tonight

The National Medical Students for Life Bioethics Symposium and Tour will continue tonight at Mercer University School of Medicine. Dr. John Bruchalski will be speaking at 7pm tonight in the New Engineering and Physics Building, Room 110 Auditorium. This follows two successful stops at the University of Virginia School of Medicine and the University of…

Historic Medical Students for Life Tour Begins

The Medical Students for Life Bioethics Symposium and Tour begins today with stops at the University of Virginia School of Medicine (12-1pm in the 3rd Floor Auditorium of the Claude Moore Medical Education Building) and the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill (7pm in Peabody Hall, Room 218). All are welcome to attend the events.

Speaking will be Dr. John Bruchalski, a former abortion provider, founder of the pro-life Tepeyac Family Center in Virginia, and one of the nation’s foremost medical experts on pro-life health care. You can view the full tour information here.

Of Beatles Band and Pro-life Med Students’ Stand

WHO DAT!..Christmas greetings from the medical school beside the New Orleans Saints’ home stadium of the Super Dome. Fantastic news from New Orleans! The Louisiana State University Medical Students for Life hosted their first meeting December 1st, just three days before their first Christmas social at the New Orleans-famous Rock ‘N Bowl. I sat down with…

15, 822 Miles Between You and Me

No, I am NOT quoting a country song, but I am noting the 15,822 miles I traveled across the country in 4 months for you. WHY? To bring to student groups the nation’s premiere training for medical students in the defense of every patient’s dignity. So let me tell you the story of Betsy…(and pizza…and snow). Betsy…