Health Leadership Forum
TecSalud held the eighth edition of the International Health Leadership Forum (FILS) 2022, on November 3-4 in Mexico City, Mexico. In collaboration with AAHCI, this forum contributed to the strengthening of the health ecosystem in Mexico and the world, proposing actions that raise the quality of services and medical infrastructure in favor of patients.
According to Dr. Jorge Valdez, dean of TecSalud and AAHCI LAC Regional Ambassador, holding this type of space for exchanging ideas becomes more relevant in the post-pandemic scenario. “In FILS, diverse points of view converge between leaders of public and private sector institutions, who present the greatest advances in the field of research, public policies, education, and health care,” said Valdez. "Only with a comprehensive vision that allows us to listen to different opinions, we will be able to find the best way to face challenges and propose concrete solutions."
View the online summary article here.
AAHCI Latin America & the Caribbean (LAC) Regional Meeting
AAHCI Latin America & the Caribbean (LAC) Regional Office host, Faculty of Medicine – University of São Paulo (FMUSP), co-hosted this in-person meeting to provide members in the region and beyond an opportunity to engage in reflective and forward-thinking sessions addressing the broad impact of the pandemic on academic health centers, health, and society. The meeting brought together academic health center leaders at a critical time to share their perspectives and experiences.
View the presentations here
AAHCI-LAC Webinar | Impact of Research during COVID-19
AAHCI LAC regional office host University of São Paulo Medical School (FMUSP ) organized a Webinar on the “Impact of Research during COVID-19”. Research and development is a core function of academic health centers, and as the world is tackling the COVID-19 pandemic, many institutions have had to reprogram – or event shut down many – “non-essential” research projects in favor of work on the novel coronavirus. In some nations, there is concern about the impact of shifting attention away from research for other diseases, such as production of malaria, HIV, and tuberculosis tests. With lockdowns and resource shifting, there are limitations, challenges, and lessons learned for researchers which will be addressed in this Webinar of the LAC region, including a US perspective.
View the recording here.
- Rejane Grotto, PhD
Sao Paulo State University (UNESP) Medical School, Brazil
- Ester Sabino, PhD
Department of Infectious Diseases Department
University of Sao Paulo Medical School (FMUSP), Brazil
- Kurt Amsler, PhD
Associate Dean for Research and Professor
Department of Biomedical Sciences
NYIT College of Osteopathic Medicine, USA
- Mauricio Chaparro, MD, MSc
Head, Medical Education Department, Faculty Member
Geneticist and Epidemiologist
Universidad del Rosario - Mederi University Hospital
- Arturo Santos, MD, PhD
Associate Dean for Postgraduate and Research
Tecnologico de Monterrey School of Medicine and Health Sciences
- Valeria Aoki, MD, PhD
Associate Professor and Director of the Immunodermatology Laboratory
Department of Dermatology
Vice-President-International Relations Office
University of Sao Paulo School of Medicine, Brazi
AAHCI LAC Regional Roundtable – COVID-19 Pandemic
June 23, 2020
The AAHCI LAC Regional Office host, University of São Paulo Medical School (FMUSP ), co-hosted a virtual roundtable discussion on the COVID-19 pandemic that focused on sharing responses to the current situation in several member countries in the region. Leaders from The University of São Paulo Medical School (FMUSP) (Brazil); Facultad de Medicina, Universidad de Antioquia (UdeA) (Colombia); Faculdade de Medicina Universidad Estadual Paulista (UNESP – Botucatu ) (Brazil); Escuela de Medicina y Ciencias de la Salud – Universidad del Rosario (UdR) (Colombia); Hospital Universitario San Ignacio (HUSI ) (Colombia); and Escuela de Medicina y Ciencias de la Salud – (TecSalud Monterrey ) (Mexico) shared their experiences, challenges, and interest to collaborate in the future.
This discussion addressed several issues, including:
- In regards to COVID19, what is your most critical issue?
- What is your most valuable lesson learned? Accomplishment?
- How can AAHCI LAC Regional Office and AAHC/I further support you during this time?
If you are interested in joining this discussion, please contact us.
AAHCI-LAC Webinar | University of São Paulo Medical School: Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Medical Education
June 16, 2020
Brazil has become a global hot spot of the COVID-19 pandemic. Cases are soaring, and studying pathology and the widespread health consequences associated with the virus is needed now more than ever. Hosted by the LAC Regional Office Host, University of São Paulo Medical School (FMUSP), this webinar brought together experts on the frontline who shared how their faculty and medical students are grappling with responding to COVID-19 at the undergraduate, graduate, clinical, and international mobility levels. They also shared solutions that they developed to overcome the current and foreseeable challenges faced for Medical Education at FMUSP. View the webinar here.
Valeria Aoki, MD, PhD
Vice-President (CRINT FMUSP)
Eduardo Krieger, MD, PhD
Executive Director (CRINT FMUSP)
Aluisio Segurado, PhD
President (CRINT FMUSP)
Milton de Arruda Martins, MD, PhD
President, Graduation in Medicine FMUSP
Luiz Felipe Moreira Pinto, MD, PhD
Vice-President, Graduate Committee FMUSP
AAHCI’s 2018 Latin America and the Caribbean Regional Meeting
August 8-9, 2018
University of Sao Paulo , Brazil
This meeting focused on Research in the Academic Health Center,The Role of Latin America: Perspectives and Participation in Health Policies.
For more details please visit the meeting website.