Slug Magazine Highlights Pandos O.U.R’s

Camp Last Hope organized by Pandos leaders Dave John and Carl Moore reported by Audrey Lockie.

“…O.U.R’s (Our Unsheltered Relatives) is not just about feeding people—it’s also being there for people, acknowledging them [and] letting them voice whatever they have to voice.”
Around one year ago, O.U.R’s blossomed from a different catalyst. Moore and fellow Pandos Co-founder Dave John had helped set up and maintain Camp Last Hope, a westside campsite that hosted over 200 unsheltered residents until the city shut the camp down in February of 2021. Specifically, Moore and John would serve food at the camp on weekends and rejected the push to cease their services…”

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PBS Utah Insight Video Into MMIW+

PBS Utah Insight Video Into MMIW+

Utah Insight reports on the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women epidemic in Utah. Michelle Brown, Angela Romero, and Denae Shanidiin round table and discuss how data could be improved and what needs to change to keep Utah’s Native women safe.

Watch the episode on PBS Utah Season 3 Episode 4 | 27 minutes

Dr. Hailey Haffey, PhD in the Surge Symposium for Underserved, Rural, & Global Health Education

Surge is an event elevating diverse speaker voices from rural and tribal communities along with experts in global and rural medical education in the Intermountain West. The narrative-oriented theme focuses on clinical care with arts-based strategies in medical education.

Listen for the Story: Using Narrative to Enhance Clinical Care in Underserved, Rural, and Global Health

3rd Annual Interprofessional Symposium