Monthly Archives: August 2017

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Understanding Challenges of the LGBTQ+ Community

We learned clinical English, patient privacy, USMLE, design thinking, and so on. Especially, LGBTQ+ health issues thinking left a strong impression on me. In the first LGBTQ+ class, our lecturer told us that he had two mothers. I was surprised

Cross-Cultural Reflections on LGBTQ+ Healthcare

My name is Xinhui Liu from Shanxi Medical University in China. This is the first time for me to be in US. Although it’s only been a week, I am already in love with Stanford and San Francisco. Getting to

Comprehensive Learning About LGBTQ+ Community

The LGBTQ+ Movement is Not Just About Sexuality Our first week of MED Program at Stanford is over. In the first week, we learned about various aspects of LGBTQ+, which is an acronym for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, Queer, and

First Impressions of MED, from the Assistant Director

Hello! My name is Tamara Solorzano and I am the Assistant Program Director for the VIA MED program. My impression of this program on the first week summed up on one word is: engaging. There is nothing complacent about my

Insights from Week 1 of MED 2017

Hello everyone, my name is Keita Morikawa. I’m a fourth-year medical student from the University of Tokyo. It’s been almost a week since I came to Stanford. So far, Stanford proved to be one of the best places I know