Presented on Tuesday, December 19th
A major challenge in health professions education is how to meaningfully and effectively integrate learning on social determinants of health (SDH) for trainees. At the University of Texas Medical Branch John Sealy School of Medicine, we recently developed and implemented an innovative program called the Hospital to Home (H2H) program in partnership with the local free clinic, St. Vincent’s Clinic. This is an educational and value-added experience for medical students as they gain a deeper understanding of the impact of SDH and the importance of integrating the greater social and patient context when developing care plans by identifying and addressing the unmet social needs for hospitalized patients at the bedside for a smoother transition during the crucial post-discharge period.
During this webinar we discussed:
- the development and implementation of the Hospital to Home (H2H) program in the hospital setting as a value-added experience for medical students
- the student experiences and intended learning outcomes for first-year and fourth-year student participants
- the lessons learned and the future direction for the program
Abhijit (“Abhi”) Rao, BSA
Abhijit (“Abhi”) Rao is a fourth-year MD/MPH candidate at the University of Texas Medical Branch John Sealy School of Medicine and School of Public and Population Health. Abhi’s interests include advocating for public health education among medical students and leveraging the arts and medical humanities in medical education. Abhi also serves as a chair for St. Vincent’s Student Clinic, a free clinic in Galveston, TX for uninsured adults in the Texas Gulf Coast region. This year, Abhi is applying to residency in internal medicine-pediatrics.
Sarah Siddiqui, MD, MPH
Sarah Siddiqui is currently an assistant professor of the Division of General Medicine at The University of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB). Along with practicing as a general internist in outpatient care, she is also involved in training residents and medical students both in clinic and hospital wards. She is the course director for Health Systems Science & Community Service (HSS) course which is required during year 4 of medical school along with course director for public health courses offered to MD/MPH students on the dual-degree track.
Facilitated by: Premal Patel MD MSc, FACP, AAHIVS
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Hosted by the National Collaborative for Education to Address the Social Determinants of Health