Role of Universities in Global Health: Fortunato Cristobal

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Role of Universities in Global Health: Fortunato Cristobal

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

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