managed by C. Stout
Conceptually, we see the problem we address as healthcare services, sciences, systems, education, and research all suffer from disconnections – globally and locally, biologically and behaviorally, training and practice. Health inequities are global in scale; however it is the Center’s philosophy to successfully address these injustices through multiple, smaller scale projects, with a coordinated focus and outcome accountability.
Until now, there has not been a truly integrated Center that is at once mindful of all the complex aspects of global health inequities while also focused on small, outcomes oriented projects that are agile, responsive, and empowering in clinical, training, and research domains. It is the goal of the Center to “To change the world, one patient at a time.” We tend to work in places where if we were not operating, there would be no services.