Clinical Care in Low-Resource Settings: Preparing Providers and Fostering Leaders

2 New Educational Resources in the Clinical Care in Low-Resource Settings Curriculum:

  • Skills Prep for Low-Resource Settings (Module 2, Section 6)
  • Homelessness in the US (Module 3, Section 6)

Welcome to Clinical Care in Low-Resource Settings: Preparing Providers and Fostering Leaders. The University of California San Francisco (UCSF) has designed this multi-media, case-based curriculum to prepare clinician learners to work in under-resourced settings with appropriate preparation for the clinical challenges facing the facility and the socioeconomic and cultural challenges underlying the patient’s experience. The course is divided into four Modules, each containing videos, self-assessment, and recommended readings.

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Support for this project was made possible by the APGO Medical Education Endowment Fund Grant Program. Established in 2009, the Medical Education Endowment Fund provides financial support to stimulate research and innovations in health science education. In celebration of its 50th anniversary in 2013, APGO awarded one grant of $48,380 to develop a global women’s health project. The 50th Anniversary request for proposals required that projects improve women’s health education by innovative approaches; demonstrate a direct, measurable, positive impact on medical student education; and address national women’s health issues that can be adapted to and applied in global settings.


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This project was developed through an educational grant from the APGO Medical Education Endowment Fund Grant Program.Please note: You are now exiting the APGO website and will be directed to theUCSF Collaborative Learning Environment (CLE). All technical and content-related questions should be directed to the UCSF CLE. This resource has not been created or peer-reviewed by APGO and therefore the accuracy of the content cannot be endorsed by the organization.