Cross Cultural Care

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Cross Cultural Care

Co-Chairs:
Daniele Olveczky, MD
Clyde Lanford Smith, MD


Goals and Achievements
Workshops and events 
Resources


Spring 2017
Monday, January 23rd 12:15-1:15PM- Lehay Room - RSVP
Tuesday, March 14th 6:00-7:00PM - TMEC 304 - Rescheduled due to weather
Monday, March 27th 6:00-7:00PM - TMEC 304 - RSVP
Monday, May 8th 9:00-10:00AM - TMEC 448 - RSVP 


Goals and Achievements:

The specific goals of the interest group include: (1) Integrating educational experiences and teaching on cross-cultural care into all core courses in the existing HMS curriculum where it is reasonable to do so; (2)Ensuring that students are taught by faculty members who are well versed in the concepts, principles, and skills of cross-cultural care; (3) Monitoring the quality of cross-cultural care education provided by HMS to medical students through feedback from students and formal evaluation; (3) Developing educational opportunities for medical students, faculty members, and others in the Harvard medical community to learn about cross-cultural care; (4)Undertaking, presenting and publishing scholarly work on the topic of cross-cultural medical education that fosters Harvard Medical School’s leadership role on these issues nationally. We have a diverse, enthusiastic and experienced group of educators who share a passion for cross cultural care, some have international backgrounds and others work with underserved communities in some professional or volunteer capacity.  


Meeting Minutes and Agenda: 

05/08/2017: Agenda
Minutes 

03/27/2017: Agenda
Minutes 

01/23/2017: Agenda
Minutes 

03/04/2016: Agenda 


Resources

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Our

Mission

Our Mission

To create and nurture a diverse community of the best people committed to leadership in alleviating human suffering caused by disease.