Join us for an engaging discussion on the mental health toll of the pandemic on our children and families. Dr. Prout will share tips on dealing with school status, environmental stressors, social isolation and relationships and have a conversation with Dr. Au on the state of Georgia’s mental health programs and services.
This virtual discussion is also an opportunity for residents of SD 48 to meet Dr. Au and share with her the issues that matter most to you. RSVP here. Or watch and comment on Facebook live feed.
Doctors in Politics proudly generates awareness and support for Democratic and Independent doctor candidates who believe that everyone in America should have quality healthcare, and are working to make this vision a reality.
Dr. Michelle Au, MD, MPH and Professor Jamal Greene have a conversation about face masks, public heath and personal freedoms.
The Working Families Party is a grassroots, multiracial party of working people coming together across our differences to make our nation work for the many, not the few.
She’s on the front lines of the pandemic.
And running for office.
Michelle Au could become the first Asian American woman to serve as a state senator in Georgia.
A local Georgia race that hasn’t attracted much attention could make history if Michelle Au becomes the first Asian American woman to serve as a senator in the state’s legislature.
On Tuesday, Au, a 41-year old Chinese American anesthesiologist in the northern suburbs of Atlanta, won her district’s Democratic primary against 53-year-old Bangladeshi American health care entrepreneur Josh Uddin.
Technically, the state was still counting ballots on Thursday, but local media, including the Atlanta Journal Constitution, called the race for Au with 77 percent of the votes to Uddin’s 23 percent after a chaotic primary voting day that foreshadows potential problems with November’s general election.
“They’ve called the race and we feel good about where it is,” Au said.
Georgia Conservation Voters (GCV) advocates for environmental protection, organizes communities, and engages in the democratic process. The GCV Action Fund believes in supporting candidates who are willing to stand at the forefront of the fight against climate change.
Join Michelle Au, MD, MPH and her colleagues, Jayne Morgan, MD, Cardiologist and Director of Innovation at Piedmont Healthcare and Tameka Byrd, DO, MPH, Family Medicine Physician for a thoughtful discussion on the current state of racial injustice in the healthcare system and beyond, as well as ways we can get involved in meaningful policy reforms.
Dr. Michelle Au will also field any questions from residents in Senate District 48 about her campaign, her positions on any issue, or voting in the Democratic primary election on June 9.
Friday, June 5, 2020
Or, watch and comment on Facebook live feed at Dr. Michelle Au for State Senate.
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