Registration is open through March 25 for the May 17 to 19 immersive learning experience.
The 48-hour learning experience is relevant to professionals and graduate students of all backgrounds, and aims to prepare learners to work or volunteer in a humanitarian crisis; assess their personal career alignment with humanitarian aid work; and to develop a greater understanding of the refugee experience. Participants work with a team to develop a plan to address issues such as infrastructure, health, nutrition, insecurity, and human rights.
We asked our Mini Medical School learners what they most wanted to hear from University experts, and the overwhelming majority said aging.
Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) older adults face unique challenges in today’s healthcare ecosystem.
A group of eight interprofessional learners took part in the third rendition of the Itasca Ecohealth IPE Experience.