The University of Utah, Vanderbilt University, Virginia Commonwealth University, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
Universidad de Antioquia - Colombia, Maastricht University - Netherlands, National University of Singapore, The University of New South Wales - Australia
University of Nevada, Las Vegas, University of Wisconsin - Madison, University of South Carolina, Yale University
University of British Columbia - Canada, American University of Beirut Medical Center - Lebanon, Universitas Airlangga - Indonesia, Brisbane Diamantina Health Partners - Australia
University of Southern California, University of Nebraska Medical Center, Augusta University, SUNY Upstate
TecSalud, Tecnologico de Monterrey – Mexico, University Medical Center Gottingen - Germany, Kenyatta University School of Medicine - Kenya, University of Malaya Faculty of Medicine - Malaysia
University of California San Francisco, University of Iowa, University of Virginia, Temple University
University of São Paulo Medical School - Brazil, University of Nicosia - Greece, Sidra Medicine - Qatar, Peking University Health Science Center - China
Midwestern University, Emory University, Mercer University, Medical University of South Carolina
Universidad del Rosario – Colombia, Semmelweis University – Hungar, Gulf Medical University, Thumbay University Hospital (TUH) – UAE, Seoul National University College of Medicine – South Korea
University of Arizona, University of Minnesota, University of Mississippi, University of Pennsylvania
University of Illinois at Chicago, Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, Morehouse School of Medicine, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences
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Academic Health Centers Respond to COVID-19
Advance thought leadership by: examining critical issues that impact academic health centers; fostering sharing of best practices; and catalyzing the diffusion of innovation.
Is a premier virtual experience that offers roundtables, webinars, and other online programming bringing together academic health center leaders worldwide.
Provide voluntary opportunities for leaders to meet with peer consultants on a wide range of issues that impact academic health centers.
Aims to strengthen the capacity and quality of the nation’s health workforce by increasing the numbers of ethnic and racial minorities in every area of healthcare and across all aspects of academic health centers.
Showcases through graphic formats the collective impact of academic health centers around the globe.
Increase the capacity of academic health center leaders to inspire, collaborate, and effectively manage in a rapidly evolving healthcare landscape.