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Office of Community Engagement & Office of Faculty Development and Diversity

March 31, 2021

RECORDINGS BELOW!

Since 2002, the Community Health Symposium at Stanford School of Medicine has served to showcase the work of Stanford students, trainees, staff, faculty and community partners in underserved communities in California and around the world. This symposium is an opportunity to celebrate and elevate the incredible work of our community partners, and to foster collaboration, conversation and idea sharing. The virtual Symposium includes expert speakers and panelists, keynote addresses, group discussion, exhibit hall, abstract & poster presentations, and awards honoring community partners, faculty, and staff.




CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION

Accreditation

The Stanford University School of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

Credit Designation

The Stanford University School of Medicine designates this Live Activity for a maximum of 2.25 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM.  Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

The California Board of Registered Nursing recognizes that Continuing Medical Education (CME) is acceptable for meeting RN continuing education requirements as long as the course is certified for AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM (rn.ca.gov).  Nurses will receive a Certificate of Participation following this activity that may be used for license renewal. 

The provider number is: 0000751

More Information

If you are interested in receiving Continuing Medical Education or CE credits for the symposium, click here to register
Recording will be posted on the Event Page

Medical Student Event Coordinators/Masters of Ceremony

Charbel Bou-Khalil, MS1

is a first-year medical student at Stanford university, pursuing a scholarly concentration in health services and policy research with an application in Quality Improvement. He was born and raised in Lebanon, before immigrating to the US in 2014. He graduated from UCLA in 2019 with a degree in Biology and a minor in biomedical research. During his time in undergrad, Charbel was heavily engaged with the transfer community, and he still serves as a premed mentor for incoming community college transfer students at UCLA. Charbel is passionate about engaging with populations in areas of the world like Lebanon where conflict and political instability are endemic. In particular, Charbel is interested in understanding the impact of early childhood stress, how resilience can be leveraged as a protective factor, and how to develop and implement sustainable, low-cost interventions to equip children with healthy coping mechanisms as they navigate chronic stressors.  During his free time, Charbel enjoys playing soccer, ultimate frisbee, and biking

Davis Chhoa, MS1

is a first-year medical student from Dallas, Texas. Davis ventured westward to pursue his undergraduate degree in Human Biology at Stanford University. During his time in college, Davis developed his interests for community health and public service through his involvement as a health educator at Pacific Free Clinic, student leader in the Stanford Asian American community, and Alternative Spring Break program leader. Davis also worked on community-engaged research investigating intergenerational perceptions of well-being among the Cambodian American community in the San Francisco Bay Area. After graduating from college, Davis served as a Bill Emerson National Hunger Fellow to help address issues of food and economic insecurity at CAPI USA, a immigrant/refugee social service organization, and The Root Cause Coalition, a national health equity coalition based in Washington, D.C. Davis hopes to meld his interests in community health research, holistic clinical care, and community engagement to become a leader in community medicine.

SPECIAL THANKS

Dean Lloyd Minor, MD | The Carl & Elizabeth Naumann Professorship for the Dean of Stanford Medicine

Ruth O'Hara, PhD | Senior Associate Dean for Research & Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences

Yvonne "Bonnie" Maldonado, MD | Senior Associate Dean, Faculty Development and Diversity

Charbel Bou-Khalil & Davis Chhoa | Medical Student Symposium Coordinators

Lisa Goldman Rosas, PhD, MPH | Faculty Director, Office of Community Engagement

Magali Fassiotto, PhD | Associate Dean, Office of Faculty Development & Diversity

Jill Evans, MPH | Director, SPHERE  

Stanford Medicine | Office of Research

Stanford Medicine | Dean's Office

Stanford Medicine | Continuing Medical Education Office

Co-Sponsors

STANFORD MEDICINE | School of Medicine, Department of Emergency Medicine, Department of Medicine, Division of Primary Care and Population Health, Office of Diversity in Medical Education, Center for Asian Health Research Education, Center for Innovation in Global Health, Stanford Center for Population Health Sciences, Stanford Precision Health for Ethnic and Racial Equity (SPHERE)

Stanford University Haas Center for Public Service

Stanford Health Care Inclusion, Diversity & Health Equity department

Exhibitors | Poster Presenters | Award Nominees

Keynote Speakers | Breakout Session Speakers

Bright Zhou | Chelsea Nnebe

Stanford IRT

Contemporary Engraving

Office of Community Engagement Team

Teresa Beasley | Wei-ting Chen | Patricia Rodriguez Espinosa | Glenda Estioko | Hector Romero | Olivia Tigre | Emily Wood | Bright Zhou

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#CHS2021  #GetEngaged #HealthEquity #CommunityHealth 

"Of all the forms of inequality,

injustice in health care is the most shocking and inhumane." 

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

For more information, please email us at communityengagement@stanford.edu