International Medicine III - Applied Studies in Migrant and Refugee Populations (Greece)

Build medical knowledge while supporting vulnerable populations, refugees, and asylum seekers living in Athens, Greece.

Students shadow our local medical professionals out of our primary healthcare clinic in Athens. The curriculum engages students in our program methodology, the cultural and historical context of the refugee crisis in Europe, and culminates in three live clinic sessions in a physical urban clinic in Athens. Clinic stations include pediatrics, gynecology, and soon ophthalmology.

In addition to our skill-based learning objectives, building cultural competence is integrated into the course to increase the quality of services and improve outcomes with community partners.

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