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Yale Refugee Health Conference

Information about the 2022 Yale Refugee Health Conference will be available in Fall 2021

Target Audience

Connecticut clinicians and clinicians-in-training who are interested in learning about the specific mental and physical health needs of refugees.

Disclosure Policy

This year’s conference will not be offering CME credit.

Yale Refugee Health Conference 2018: From left, Bryan Brown, MD, Resident, Yale Primary Care Internal Medicine Residency Program; Paul Bourdillon, BA, Medical Student, Yale School of Medicine; Jenny Ajl, BA, Student, Yale School of Nursing and Yale School of Public Health describing the Yale Adult Refugee Clinic Medical Student Navigator Program. Photo credit: K. Nemiah/FHCHC.

Yale Refugee Health Conference 2018: From left, Bayan Abunar, BS, Medical Student, University of Connecticut School of Medicine; Hugh Blumenfeld, MD, PhD, Assistant Professor of Family Medicine, University of Connecticut School of Medicine presenting on "Refugee Experience with Interpreter Services: A Study." Photo credit: K. Nemiah/FHCHC
Yale Refugee Health Conference 2018: From left, Laurel Shader, MD, Chair of Pediatrics, Fair Haven Community Health Care (FHCHC); Hyung Paek, MD, Pediatrics (FHCHC); Brian Padilla, PhD, Associate Director of Behavioral Health (FHCHC); Meredith Niess, MD, Internal Medicine (FHCHC) presenting on "Implementing a Refugee Clinic at Fair Haven Community Center." Photo credit: K. Nemiah/FHCHC.

Aniyizhai Annamalai, MD, Director of the Yale Adult Refugee Clinic and Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and of Medicine, speaks at the 2017 Refugee Conference at Yale on March 30, 2017.

Addressing the crowd at Refugee Conference 2017 on March 30, 2017, at Yale is Michelle Silva, PsyD, Assistant Professor of Psychiatry.