ACEs Connection Webinar: The trauma toll on pediatric immigrants, refugees and their families
You’ll receive tips for health care providers in pediatric settings and beyond
When: Friday, Dec. 14, 2018, 10:30-11:30 am Pacific Time/1:30-2:30 Eastern Time
Please register here for this webinar.
Our speakers include:
Dr. Heyman Oo, MD MPH is a primary care pediatrician in Marin County and an Associate Physician/Clinical Instructor for the General Pediatrics Department at Zuckerberg San Francisco General and UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital. She earned her BA in Psychology and Neuroscience from Yale University, Doctorate in Medicine from University of California San Diego and Masters in Public Health from Harvard University’s T.H. Chan School of Public Health in Healthcare Policy and Administration. She completed her residency in the PLUS (Pediatric Leadership Advancing Health Equity) Residency Program at UCSF which is designed to “develop a foundational skill set in leadership, communication, scholarship and advocacy skills” while simultaneously learning clinical medicine. Over the last 10 years, she has work with various migrant and refugee populations in multiple capacities and has spent a significant time abroad. Oo taught middle school to migrant worker children in China, research malaria in the jungles of the Peruvian Amazon and volunteered for months at a refugee clinic in Thailand. She has experience providing high-quality direct clinical care for immigrant patients, coordinating multidisciplinary partnerships with health departments, community-based organizations and schools to develop novel programs to serve newcomer populations as well as advocating for immigrant policy change on the local and national level. She is currently the Pediatric Champion at Marin Community Clinics for a pilot project with the Center for Youth Wellness screening for Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) in a pediatric primary care setting. She presently serves as Co-Chair for the AAP Chapter 1 Advocacy Committee and as a board member for the San Francisco Marin Medical Society.
Dr. Raul Gutierrez is a community pediatrician in the San Francisco Bay Area of California, splitting his time between San Francisco and Oakland. He is a clinical instructor for UCSF, practicing at the Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital. There he is the co-founder and co-director of the BRIDGES clinic, a multidisciplinary team committed to a holistic and community supported approach to wellness among recently immigrated children and their families. In Oakland he works for La Clinica de la Raza's School Based Health Centers. He developed guidelines for intentional and thoughtful healthcare for immigrant students within the school-based clinic setting. A native of the South Texas border town of Brownsville, he developed an early interest in immigrant health, particularly of the Latino experience. He has always found inspiration in his abuela's journey and strength as an immigrant woman. He graduated from the University of Michigan School of Medicine and did his training in pediatric medicine at the University of California, San Francisco. He also serves as an executive committee member on the council of community pediatrics with American Academy of Pediatrics and is on the steering committee for the Immigrant Health Special Interest Group.
Dr. Nick Nelson graduated from St. George’s Hospital Medical School in London in 2008, and completed internship, residency, and chief residency in Internal Medicine at Highland Hospital in Oakland, California. Nelson presently serves as Associate Program Director for the Primary Care Internal Medicine Residency at Highland, and as Medical Director of Highland’s Human Rights Clinic and as a member of the Advisory Board for Partnerships in Trauma Recovery. His clinical and academic interests include primary care internal medicine for underserved populations, bedside diagnosis, healthcare for newly arrived immigrants, forensic medical and psychological evaluation of asylum seekers, and the medical and psychological care of torture survivors.
More information to come soon.