The Cultural Formation of the Clinician: Its Implications for Practice

GMS MA 640

This course will provide a context for exploring and reflecting on one's own cultural formation in relation to such topics as gender, sexual orientation, race, class, religion, body size, and other areas where there are the greatest risks for health disparities through unexamined bias. The course examines the values one brings into one's practice as a care provider, and how they influence one's personal and professional life, including responses to diverse patient cultures. Offered through M.A. program in Medical Anthropology. 3 cr, Fall sem. W 5:00-7:50, Medical Campus. (Students needing a 4th credit should speak with the instructor about adding a single-credit directed study.)

FALL 2017 Schedule

Section Instructor Location Schedule Notes
A1 Barnes INS 212 W 5:00 pm-7:50 pm L-301
MED Campus

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