Global Health is Local Health: Clinical Education Beyond the Clinic Walls
You’re invited to join the Association of Medicine and Phsychiatry for this installment of our AMP Webinar Series: Global Health is Local Health: Clinical Education Beyond the Clinic Walls.
- Discuss the benefits and challenges of global health clinical training opportunities for students, residents, and attending physicians
- Describe the evolution of global health clinical training at Yale via:
- International partnerships & bidirectional capacity building
- Primary care residency-based community engagement
- Multi-institution rural health partnership in Tennessee
Date: Thursday, November 18, 2021
Time: 5:00 pm PST/8:00 pm EST
Cost: Members: FREE | Non-members $25
Tracy Rabin, MD, SM
Dr. Tracy Rabin, MD, SM is an associate professor of medicine (general internal medicine) and the director of the Office of Global Health in the Department of Internal Medicine at the Yale School of Medicine. She is also the associate program director for Global and Community Health in the Yale Primary Care Internal Medicine Residency Program. Since 2011, she has served as the Yale co-director of the Makerere University-Yale University (MUYU) Collaboration, a bi-directional medical education capacity building collaboration. Dr. Rabin received her bachelor of arts in Ethics Studies from the College of William and Mary, her master of science in Immunology and Infectious Diseases from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, and her doctor of medicine from the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry. She completed her clinical training in the Yale Combined Medicine/Pediatrics Residency Program, serving as the Med-Peds Chief Resident in her final year and, upon graduation, served as a Chief Resident for Global Health in the Yale Department of Internal Medicine prior to joining the Yale faculty. Her current areas of interest include global health workforce education, the promotion of ethical and equitable global health academic partnerships, and ethical challenges related to short-term clinical work in resource-limited settings.