Global Health Bootcamp: A Continuing Medical Education Course for Those Passionate about Global Health
Are you interested in gaining skills in global health delivery?
The UCSF Global Health Core, within the Division of Hospital Medicine at UCSF, has designed a continuing medical education program using simulations, hands-on training, and workshops to explore effective global health delivery with today’s leaders in global health.
This course emerges out of the insight that the barrier to global health care delivery is not necessarily funding or knowledge of how to deliver health care: it is the ability to implement. The ability to implement in resource poor settings entails not only the will to serve but also the expertise. Many of the skills needed in Global Health are not taught in traditional health professional curricula. Experienced inter-professional UCSF faculty as well as international experts on global health delivery will lead the sessions.
Courses include multi-disciplinary topics such as health system design, value chain mapping, leadership training, ultrasound skills, human rights and ethics, quality and safety, and case studies in effective global health delivery programs led by experienced practitioners.
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Dates: January 23, 2018- January 26, 2018
CME credits available: 32.75
Register here (http://www.ucsfcme.com/2018/MMC18023/info.html)