Information Only - Global Health in US Medical Education: Why We Travel
Thursday, January 29, 2015 - Saturday, November 18, 2017
Dr. McRay will discuss global health as it relates to training of US healthcare providers, including those effected by the Ebola outbreak in Africa.
- Differentiate between “global health” and “international medicine”.
- Describe the emergence of global health education as a critical interest in US medical education – undergraduate and graduate.
- Identify two examples of global health education at the JPS Family Medicine Residency and how these have impacted the training program.
- Discuss the recent Ebola outbreak in Africa, including ethical concerns raised by the experiences of US health care providers.
David McRay, M.D.
Director of Maternal-Child Health,
Department of Family Medicine
JPS Health Network, Fort Worth
The target audience for Grand Rounds includes physicians, pharmacists, nurses and other healthcare professionals.
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Global Health in US Medical Education: Why We Travel