#1 – Take care of yourself so you can continue to take care of others:
Health Equity and Healthcare Learning, Networking, & Conference Opportunities
Becoming ACEs Aware in California training from Futures Without Violence is a free, two-hour core training to learn about ACEs (Adverse Childhood Experiences), toxic stress, screening, risk assessment, and evidence-based care.
Diabetes In Special And Vulnerable Populations: A National Learning Series – Webinar Resources from the Association of Asian Pacific Community Health Organizations
Epidemics of Injustice: University of Illinois Chicago School of Public Health is an annual course (free and open to the public) that provides public health leaders and community members with tools to address structural determinants of health.
EthicsLab Podcast explores current health care ethics issues with national experts.
Medical Management of Vulnerable and Underserved Patients: Principles, Practice, and Populations, 2e: Complete textbook on Access Medicine (UW NetID required)
- Profiles of Rural Medical Educators: Conversations with our nation’s experts on reversing rural physician shortages by Emily Onello, MD
- NRHA Rural Health Students Group
American Indians, Alaska Natives, and related:
Immigrants, refugees, and related:
- American College of Physicians: Toolkit for clinicians caring for Refugees, Asylees, and Non-Detained Asylum Seekers Living in the US
- EthnoMed — medical and cultural information about immigrant and refugee groups, by Harborview Medical Center
- EthnoMed’s community calendar (related webinars, workshops, conferences, etc.
- Q-Med at UWSOM: The queer medical student organization at UWSOM whose mission is to provide education and information to the medical community and all that are interested in healthcare issues affecting the Queer (gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgendered, intersex, etc.) population.
People with disabilities:
- 2022 CLIME Together Symposium recording: Disability in Healthcare. Includes joint plenary “Becoming Anti-Ableist in Medical Education.” 2:44:58
- CLIMEcast Anti-Ableism and Disability Allyship In Medical Education podcast series
- Project ECHO (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes) programs to support the IDD and ASD community in Washington
Substance abuse disorders:
- Providers Clinical Support System (PCSS): Resources for training materials and educational resources for primary care providers who wish to treat opioid use disorder (OUD)
Learn and Track Your Progress
Mentorship and Extra Support
UP Mentoring Roadmap for all four years — topics to guide discussions, divided by year in medical school