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Medical students travel to far flung BC communities in search of an education. They discover so much more. Find out why UBC Medicine's Integrated Community Clerkships program is a life changing experience. Directed by Zachary Rothman Produced by Stephen Gillis Cinematography by Paul Milaire Assistant Editors: Taylor Siemens and Duncan Hamilton Produced by MedIT at UBC Faculty of Medicine, Vancouver, Canada
The Adivasi live in the forests of Nilgiri Hills surrounding Gudalur in South India, and are descendants of the original inhabitants of India. They live in more than 400 distinct tribes, each with its own unique language and rich local culture. But because many of them do not possess official identity papers, they struggle to access human rights that other Indians are entitled to under the law. This includes the right to education, to own property, to vote, access health care, and be a citizen. Without these rights they are trapped in a cycle of poverty, and girls and women often bear the brunt. Girls are expected to forgo education and raise their siblings, and women often miss out on meaningful employment to care for their children. We are working in partnership with the Churc...
A webinar of CCBDD's integrated community supports model
Third year UBC medical students can spend an entire year of clinical training in the BC Interior community of Vernon. The Integrated Community Clerkship pairs students with family physicians to learn through individualized patient care from diagnosis to treatment to follow-up. To learn more, visit www.smp.med.ubc.ca
The opening of the Braybrook Community Hub in March 2015 has totally reinvigorated the community. The excitement on and around Churchill Avenue had been building throughout the Hub’s construction and Maribyrnong City Council’s innovative $12.5 million Braybrook Community Hub is in full swing. This state of the art, integrated community hub houses Braybrook’s first ever library, a men’s shed, a community centre, cohealth services, a new early years centre, maternal and child health services, a new sports pavilion and a cafe. See what the Hub means to the people of Braybrook.
What happens when an individual with a disability living in a long term care facility is ready to relocate to integrated community housing? People in long term care have the right to move back to their community and often can with the appropriate support services. First, what they need is information. Margaret Nunziato, Westchester Independent Living Center's Director of Waiver Services addresses the resources and challenges. Margaret heads up the Traumatic Brain Injury Regional Resource Development Center and the Nursing Home Transition and Diversion Regional Resource Development Center in a seven county region of the lower Hudson Valley.
Learn more about the integrated community clerkship program for third-year medical students at the University of Alberta. This program challenges students to join a rural community for 36 weeks of dynamic clinical training.
In their 3rd year of medical school, UBC medical students fan out across British Columbia, learning on the ground in small rural communities. Their lives, and the communities they touch, may never be the same again. In this documentary we follow several current and past students, doctors and their families as they build new lives in some of the most strikingly beautiful places on earth.
Find out how our garden job-training program, GEM, is impacting the lives of people with disabilities. Here's Casey's story about his journey from isolation to integration, and what it means to be part of a community. Learn more at www.connectICS.org.
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Third year UBC medical students can spend an entire year of clinical training in the BC Interior community of Trail. The Integrated Community Clerkship pairs students with family physicians to learn through individualized patient care from diagnosis to treatment to follow-up. To learn more, visit www.smp.med.ubc.ca
This webcast is currently available for viewing only and is NO LONGER APPLICABLE FOR AICP CM credits. Sponsored By: Mississippi Chapter Description: The webcast presents an integrated approach to community development and planning through resident engagement. Discussions explore various strategies to involve residents in assessing conditions that may promote or impede community wellness. Areas for evaluative discussion include housing quality and affordability, social concerns, economic opportunities, infrastructure and environmental issues. The session offers participants the following: (1) Ideas specific to creating strong community-based organizations through resident engagement; (2) Suggestions about effective ways to involve community residents in assessment activities; (3) A list ...