Now in its third year, Cultural Considerations in Health Care is sponsored by the Division of Health Sciences and High Sierra Area Health Education Center (AHEC) and is an interdisciplinary event, created by students for students, providing students in the health sciences an educational experience in cultural awareness and its application to health research, policy and practice.
This years event will also include a Volunteer and Internships Open House Student Mixer where you can learn how to get involved with the local community! We are also excited to announce that we will be providing a Meet the Author Keynote Event with a discussion by Dr. Victoria Sweet, author of "God's Hotel: A Doctor, a Hospital and a Pilgrimage to the Heart of Medicine". A DHS faculty mixer will follow this event!
We encourage you to participate in this wonderful event!
Click the Register Now link below to see the two day schedule of the exciting presentations and speakers we've planned for our event this year. We appriciate your pre-registration to any or all of the events so that we can plan for the location and refreshments.
Please note: All presentations will be held at the Joe Crowley Student Union on the 4th floor. We will have event signage throughout the Student Union to direct you to your presentation/topic of choice.