Sponsored by the ASUC

HMAP (Health and Medical Apprenticeship Program) was created in 1984 by four UC Berkeley undergraduates with the goal to introduce Berkeley students to ethical issues and philosophical dilemmas related to the fields of health and medicine. The results of their efforts are three subprograms: the course Public Health 116 (PH 116), the Field Study Internship (FSI), and the Health Service Internship (HSI).  An entirely student-run organization, HMAP continues to expose students to a broad spectrum of experiences and opportunities, covering many facets of health and medicine while emphasizing participatory learning.