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GME VCGHE Monthly Meeting - Sociocultural awareness in Global Health Engagements, May 12 2022 - Shared screen with speaker view
Vanderbilt Institute for Global Health
26:35
Vignette: You are director of a new international rotation for residents. You will be supervising two residents at a clinical site you have visited before in a district-level government hospital with one local specialist physician in a country in sub-Saharan Africa. The site knows you will have trainees with you but is also eager for you assist with education for their medical training program.What are your primary objectives for yourself and the residents who will be participating in the rotation? Please list several objectives using any format you would like.If this is the first time your institution has sent residents abroad for a rotation, what are your primary concerns going into the experience? What steps can you take to connect prior to arrival and to prepare yourself and your residents?
Vanderbilt Institute for Global Health
27:16
Vignette: You are the only specialist physician at a busy district-level hospital in a country in sub-Saharan Africa. Because of the severe shortage of trained providers in your area, you recently started a mid-level medical training program. Through a connection with your national society, you were contacted by a physician from the US who visited once, desires to volunteer at your institution and is willing to teach sub-specialty lectures to your students. You have also been notified that advanced trainees will be coming.What are your primary objectives for the time the volunteer physician and trainees will be working with you? Please list several objectives using any format you would like.If this is your first time hosting international visitors for this length of time, what are your primary concerns going into the experience?
Vanderbilt Institute for Global Health
01:00:43
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