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Trainee Overview:

Using an experiential, hands-on approach, the CHE program will increase health care and public health professionals’ knowledge of basic principles and skills essential to complex humanitarian emergency work. The program will also enhance participants’ awareness of their leadership styles and potential, and how they can mobilize these to best provide leadership as first responders during local and global humanitarian emergencies. The experiential curriculum’s overall goal is to impart team building, leadership and complex emergency-specific skills to those in global and public health training programs.



Eligibility:

The CHE Leadership Training accepts trainees from the following UCSF programs: Global Health Pathway, Global Health Clinical Scholars, and Masters in Global Health Sciences as well as the UC Berkeley School of Public Health. Trainees from other departments, programs and schools are allowed to participate as space allows.
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Date & Time and Location

When

Saturday, 12 Apr 2014 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM - (GMT-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada)

Where

Fort Scott Parade Ground, Presidio of San Francisco
1204 Ralston Ave
San Francisco, California
94129

Event Contact

Maggie Coffin

coffinm@globalhealth.ucsf.edu

415.597.9209

Our Refund Policy:
Sorry, we are unable to refund registration fees for any reason.