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Episode 95: Dr Quentin Eichbaum – Global Health Humanities, Pathology, and Medical Education

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Episode 95: Dr Quentin Eichbaum – Global Health Humanities, Pathology, and Medical Education

Today my guest is Pathologist Dr Quentin Eichbaum What we discuss with Dr Eichbaum: Why he studying law in South Africa before switching to medicine How he became interested in global health…
January 17, 2022

Episode 95: Dr Quentin Eichbaum – Global Health Humanities, Pathology, and Medical Education

Today my guest is Pathologist Dr Quentin Eichbaum

What we discuss with Dr Eichbaum:

  • Why he studying law in South Africa before switching to medicine
  • How he became interested in global health
  • His work with the Consortium of Universities for Global Health, including the Global Health Humanities Working Group
  • How and why he cofounded the Consortium of New Sub Sahara African Medical Schools
  • The concept of Curriculum Sclerosis, and how new medical schools can avoid it
  • The Survey of Clinical and Anatomical Pathology Laboratory Infrastructure in Mozambique paper in the American Journal of Clinical Pathology

Links for this episode:

Health Podcast Network

 LabVine Learning

The ConfLab from LabVine

Dress A Med scrubs

Diversify in Path Podcast

 

Consortium of New Sub Sahara African Medical Schools

A Doctor of My Own Documentary

Survey of Clinical and Anatomical Pathology Laboratory Infrastructure in Mozambique

Health professionals for a new century: transforming education to strengthen health systems in an interdependent world

“Global Networks, Alliances and Consortia” in Global Health Education—The Case for South-to-South Partnerships

 

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