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William Evans Visiting Fellow 2017:
Dr Marshall Chin

Marshall ChinHosted by the Department of Preventive and Social Medicine, The University of Otago warmly welcomes Dr Marshall Chin as the William Evans Visiting Fellow 2017.  

Marshall H. Chin, MD, MPH, is the Richard Parrillo Family Professor of Healthcare Ethics at the University of Chicago, an expert in health equity, general internist and health services researcher with deep experience in improving the care of vulnerable patients with diabetes and other chronic diseases through the health care system and community interventions. Dr. Chin is a graduate of Harvard College and the University of California at San Francisco School of Medicine. He completed his residency and fellowship training in general internal medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School.

During his visiting fellowship, Dr. Chin will meet with Ministry of Health staff in Wellington to discuss efforts of New Zealand and the United States to achieve health equity, and give numerous talks on health care reform and equity at the University of Otago (including Wellington and Christchurch campuses).

Please see below for Dr Chin's schedule:

Advice for a Meaningful Career in Academic Medicine: a talk for Dunedin School of Medicine postgraduate students

25 August 11:30-12:15pm Dunedin Hospital 9th floor Seminar Room

Improving Diabetes Care and Outcomes in the African-American South Side of Chicago

25 August 1:00-2:00pm, Department of Medicine 9th Floor Dunedin Hospital Room TBC

Integrated Care Models and Policies in the U.S. Centre for Health Systems & Technology (CHeST) Seminar.

29 August 2:10-2:50pm Hunter Centre

Improving Shared Decision Making Among LGBTQ Racial and Ethnic Minority Patients and Clinicians.

31 August 1:00-1:50pm Department of Psychological Medicine 2nd Floor Fraser Building, Room 205

What Does Equitable Health Care in a Just Society Look Like?: Health Care Reform in the U.S. and New Zealand

4 September 6:30 - 7:30pm Arana College Common Room 110 Clyde Street

The Business of Health Care in the U.S. During a Time of Reform

5 September 1:00-2:00 Otago Business School, Commerce Building, Clyde Street, Level 4 Room 4.26

Integrating Care in New Zealand - Lessons from the United States: Oxymoron or Actuality (with Assoc Prof Sarah Derrett)

7 September 12:10-1:00 Department of Preventive and Social Medicine 18 Frederick St Room 033

What Does Equitable Health Care in a Just Society Look Like?: Health Care Reform in the U.S. and New Zealand

13 September Dunedin School of Medicine Medical Forum 1:00-1:50, Barnett Theatre, 1st Floor Dunedin Hospital