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  • Yale Refugee Health Program Provides Medical Home for Refugees

    Yale School of Medicine (YSM) students and faculty play a key role ensuring the approximately 250 refugees who arrive annually to Greater New Haven receive high quality health care and guidance as they transition to a new health care system. The Yale Refugee Health Program (YRHP), which seeks to provide a medical home for refugees, coordinates these efforts.

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  • YSM Faculty, Staff Gather for Respect Retreat

    A daylong retreat on changing the medical school’s culture and climate—believed by the organizers to be the first of its kind to take place at a U.S. medical school—was held on May 24 by Yale School of Medicine.

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  • Inaugural Q-Med Conference Generates Enthusiasm and a Capacity Crowd

    Gender- and sexual-minority students in the health care professions from across the United States and other countries gathered at Yale School of Medicine March 30 and 31 for the first annual Q-Med conference, a meeting organized to address the role of leadership in the LGBTQI+ health care community.

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  • Photo Exhibit Highlights Women Faculty at YSM

    "Aperture: Portraits of Women Faculty in Medicine" is a photo exhibit featuring women faculty at the School of Medicine that is on display through January 2020, along the hallway between the dean's office and the Beaumont Room on the second floor of Sterling Hall of Medicine.

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  • On the Air with Max Jordan Nguemeni Tiako

    Something about Max Jordan Nguemeni Tiako sets one at ease. Perhaps it’s his disarming posture, or his warmth, intelligence, and candor. Maybe it’s his sincere passion for equity—always a welcome sight in a doctor. Or maybe it’s a combination, along with other, less tangible attributes.

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  • Yale School of Medicine Joins Health Care Leaders to Advance Equity, Safety

    Yale School of Medicine has joined a network of health care leaders organizing across industries to create safe, fair, and dignified workplaces for women. TIME’S UP Healthcare aims to drive new policies and decisions that result in more balanced, diverse, and accountable leadership; address workplace discrimination, harassment and abuse; and create equitable and safe work cultures within all facets of the healthcare industry.

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