Brown Human Rights Asylum Clinic-PHR Asylum Network Fall 2019 Training
The Brown Human Rights Asylum Clinic (BHRAC), in partnership with Physicians for Human Rights (PHR), invites you to our annual PHR Asylum Network Training on Saturday, September 28th 2019. The training is open to clinicians at all levels of training, psychologists, LCSWs, LMHC's, and medical students.

The training will be led by expert PHR-trained clinicians and attorneys who specialize in immigration law, and will address:
> Conducting psychological and physical forensic evaluations
> Writing effective medicolegal affidavits
> Understanding asylum law

You must complete this one-time training in order to volunteer through BHRAC. Upon completing this training, you will join the Physician for Human Rights national Asylum Network.

About BHRAC/PHR: For those of you unfamiliar with BHRAC’s work, our role is to provide medical/psychological evaluations to individuals seeking asylum and other immigration visas in the United States, due to trauma and persecution they faced in their home countries. Affidavits can document and corroborate the physical and psychological evidence of trauma alleged by asylum seekers, leading to better legal outcomes. On the national level, PHR’s Asylum Network consists of over 500 health professionals conducting this pro bono work throughout the U.S.

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To register for the training, all attendees should fill out this form.

Training Details:
Alpert Medical School
222 Richmond St
Providence, RI 02903
Room 160

9:00am - 2:30pm
(Breakfast and lunch will be provided)

We look forward to seeing you on September 28th! If you have any questions, please email us at

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