Special interest group »teaching medical anthropology to (future) health professionals – MAE network of EASA«

Medical Anthropology Europe (EASA Network): Special interest group „teaching medical anthropology to (future) health professionals – MAE network of EASA“.

This group was created in 2015 by Ruth Kutalek (Medical University Vienna) and Margret Jäger (SFU Linz) to facilitate networking among anthropologists involved in teaching medical anthropology to health professionals and students from a wide range of health professions. 

Activities have included panel discussion and workshops at relevant conferences (e.g. MAN, EASA), as well as collecting and sharing information about useful teaching materials and methods.

We hope to organize a meeting of the group at the next EASA conference, scheduled to be held in Lisbon, Portugal, in July 2020. Please let us know if you are interested in getting involved!

The group is currently coordinated by Margret Jäger (SFU, Vienna and Linz) and Patricia Hudelson (Geneva University Hospitals). If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.

To join the network, please complete this questionnaire and send to Margret.

Form-TeachingMedAnt-to-HealthProf_NAME.docx

Contact: 

Margret Jäger
margret.jäger@sfu.ac.at

Patricia Hudelson
Patricia.Hudelson@hcuge.ch

More information: https://www.easaonline.org/networks/medical/specint