During the 7-day journey, we have prepared various activities for you to not only pack yourself with the newest knowledge of medical technology but also immerse yourself in the kaleidoscopic T aiwanese culture and society! This time, we focus on the interaction between technology and medicine, discovering the unprecedented medical technology of this very moment. Medicine is not only about the usual textbooks and practice guidelines. With the power of technology, medicine can evolve into a much more advanced science. With a glance into these cutting-edge techniques, perhaps we can imagine the look of future medicine.
Asia-Pacific Medical Students’ Symposium (APMSS2019)
17th Asia Pacific Medical Education Confrence - APMEC , Education and Training
The mission is to bring together those who are interested in health issues that affect the Asian-American community to have a strong, collective, public, and political voice. LGBTQ Meds is dedicated to raising awareness of queer health issues and promoting equal social and political rights for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer people. The Student National Medical Association SNMA mission is to improve the quality of healthcare by working to increase the number of culturally competent and socially conscious physicians, while also addressing the needs of underserved communities of color. Stanford University Minority Medical Alliance SUMMA is a coalition of Stanford medical student organizations with the goal to increase diversity in the health professions in order to better care for underserved communities. In this lunch talk series, students will explore the interaction of Asian-American culture and the practice of medicine, through personal and professional perspectives and narractives of physicians and others in healthcare. A lecture series that features seminars on the intersection of women, sexual and gender minorities, and health. An opportunity for students, trainees, faculty and staff to explore current topics that impact Stanford Medicine's mission areas including lectures on diversity, equity, and inclusion topics.
Asian Pacific American Medical Student Association
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They have over 4, active medical students , pre-medical students, interns, medical residents , and practicing physicians. Disparities in Medical Education : In , APAMSA conducted a national study  to reveal racial and ethnic disparities in medical school grades during clinical years. The study demonstrated that minorities receive lower grades than white medical students. This study served to show the possibility that cultural factors may play a role in medical school grades during clinical years.