Last week, Wyatt and I were asked to moderate a panel discussion about the Past, Present, and Future of AMPATH. Finally, I'd be remiss if I didn't talk a bit about our safari this past weekend - we made it to Maasai Mara!
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And since I haven't talked much about a few of these projects, it seems like an opportune time to talk about the smaller projects that I've been tasked with while here: work with the Kenyan Mengech Scholars and a chance to moderate a "Fireside Chat" about the past, present, and future of AMPATH.
Over the past 3 weeks, Wyatt (the other Slemenda Scholar) and I have been teaching a class on "Bedside Manner" to the "Mengech Scholars" - the 5-year Kenyan medical students who will be doing rotations in the US and Canada.
I was able to pick up a few Maasai goods, which will be a great reminder of the trip.
All in all, it was a great way to spend my last weekend here in Kenya.
The doctor-patient relationship is markedly different here in Kenyan than in the US, so to prepare the Kenyan students for their time abroad, the Slemenda Scholars in the recent past have been tasked with leading discussions, performing skits, and showing a few funny videos to demonstrate some of these differences.