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Role of Universities in Global Health: Fortunato Cristobal

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  • 1. Dr. Fortunato L. Cristobal DEAN, School of Medicine Ateneo de Zamboanga University Zamboanga City, PHILIPPINES Role of Universities in Global Health: The Philippine Experience What to Share?
  • 2.  
  • 3. What can a small Medical school Contribute to Global Health? What Role?
  • 4. ZAMBOANGA MEDICAL SCHOOL FOUNDATION 1994
  • 5.  
  • 6. MOST UNDERSERVED AREAS
  • 7. DISCIPLINE BASED 38 MEDICAL SCHOOLS ZAMBOANGA
  • 8. Philippine Medical Schools Western Medical Curriculum Failed to Serve us Well
  • 9. Medical Diaspora Health Disparity
  • 10. University Medical Schools Individual Community Health Research Knowledge Socially Responsive Think Local Before Global Human Health Resource Country’s Needs
  • 11. Neutral Academic Freedom Scientific Technological Objectives Oblivious - Isolated Doorstep Health Issues Prestige Academic Excellence
  • 12. Painful Situations Brain Surgery Cholera 5 Km Away
  • 13. Radically Proactive Collaborate Health Development Project Agents Of Change Graduates Faculty Community New Curriculum
  • 14. Debunk – Curriculum Expose Students - Realities Democratic Selections Collaborations : Community Local Health Priorities National Health Priorities
  • 15. Good Health Disease Illness Default Factors For Good Health
  • 16. Biomedical Health care Social Cultural Political Community Individuals Community Health Care
  • 17. Health is Socially Produced Broader Social Condition Immediate Medical Problem Integrity Individual + community Biomedical
  • 18.  
  • 19.  
  • 20. Communities Forming Students
  • 21. Student Transforming Communities
  • 22. 168 Medical Board Certified
  • 23. GRADUATE PLACEMENTS
  • 24. Infant Mortality Rate (Infant deaths per 1000 live births) 55.99
  • 25. 1995 : 50-80 2003 : 5-17 Infant Mortality Rate
  • 26. 90 % Region 95 % Country
  • 27. 5.0% Abroad Served 4 - 6 yrs before leaving
  • 28. 73 % Gov’t Services
  • 29. 50 % DoctorlessAreas
  • 30. LOCAL ASIA LAOS NEPAL Global
  • 31. Globally Competitive Global Equality Global Gold Standard Be Ourselves Independent Self Critical Self Respecting Doing Well Inappropriate
  • 32. What can a small Medical school Contribute to Global Health?
  • 33. Taking care of ourselves Breaking away Global Model Independent Self Reliant Suits Our Culture Address Our Health Priorities Global Curricular Model Globally Benchmarked
  • 34. Think and Act Local First For Global Impact
  • 35. The End