International and Domestic Health Equity and Leadership (IDHEAL) UCLA Emergency Medicine

Dennis Hsieh describes a Poverty Simulation in AEM Education and Training

Congratulations to IDHEAL faculty Dr. Dennis Hsieh for his publication in AEM Education and Training describing a Poverty Simulation for EM trainees.

Poverty Simulation: An Experiential Learning Tool for Teaching Social Determinants of Health

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Todd Schneberk investigates EDs contribution to the Opiod Epidemic in the Annals

Congratulations to IDHEAL member Dr. Todd Schneberk for his recent publication in Annals of Emergency Medicine. An important work to help us understand the roots of the opioid epidemic.

The Supply of Prescription Opioids: Contributions of Episodic-Care Prescribers and High-Quantity Prescribers

IDHEAL Fellowship applications due: 10/15/17

Reminder: the deadline for IDHEAL fellowship applications is approaching quickly. Looking forward to receiving your application by October 15th!IMG_2221

Achieving the Quadruple Aim

IDHEAL UCLA had strong representation at the Inventing Social Emergency Medicine conference at ACEP headquarters in Dallas. IDHEAL faculty Dennis Hsieh, MD, JD presented Achieving the Quadruple Aim: Treating Patients as People by Screening for and Addressing the Social Determinants of Health.IMG_4340

Mobile Wound Clinic

UCLA research fellow and IDHEAL member Todd Schneberk, MD leads groups of volunteer health care providers to Tijuana to assist in a mobile wound clinic for marginalized populations unable to obtain care through the Mexican health system.Pasted GraphicPasted Graphic 1