University of Texas at San Antonio, Health Humanities Program

Organizational Partner: University of Texas at San Antonio, Health Humanities Program

Lead: Şerife Tekin, Director, Health Humanities Program

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Email: serife.tekin@utsa.edu

Twitter: https://mobile.twitter.com/medicalutsa

Key Words: Health humanities, Health Inequities, Health Humanities and Modern Languages

Resident in: USA; Working in: USA; Area(s) of Interest in VBP:Education,Health Humanities, Values Based Practice, Health Inequities, Latinx Health

Related Area(s) of Interest:Communication skills,Evidence-based practice,Ethics,Medical humanities/[Philosophy, Modern Languages, History, Anthropology, Communication],

Area(s) of healthcare expertise: Global health,Mental health/General,Mental health, Nursing,Primary care,Service user,Social care, Surgery,Well-being,Other/Language and Health

Brief Description of Work:

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Website: https://catalog.utsa.edu/undergraduate/coursedescriptions/mhu/

Twitter: https://mobile.twitter.com/medicalutsa

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