Join the UCSF Health & Human Rights Initiative in our advanced learning community for clinicians performing asylum evaluations. The purpose of this training is to increase our competence and improve our practice in medical/psychological forensic documentation. You may join any of three different tracks, as well as join sessions across tracks:
We will also hear from international colleagues about performing torture evaluations in conflict zones and shared lessons learned, as well as from our Human Rights Cooperative's medical student coordinators.
We welcome participants across the USA and internationally, This symposium is brought to you at no cost for you and your colleagues by the UCSF Health & Human Rights Initiative.
Advance registration is required.
To receive connection details, please register online.
Saturday, September 12 at 8:00am to 5:00pmVirtual Event