Excellent point Chris,
Just back from a cultural competencies workshop for healthcare professionals this gives a moment to emphasize in the community in Qatar at Education City. Will check what Weill Cornell Medicine Qatar maybe doing on celebrating it as they have a program for training medical interpreters since we are a very diverse population in the country (in the healthcare as well as the patients)
HIFA profile: Tatjana Kobb teaches Global Health/Public Diplomacy/Sustainable Development at Northeastern University; Final paper tutor at McGill University International Master of Health Leadership; Founder of Boston Sustainability Advising and Mentorship4SDGs; Massachusetts Medical Society member, Founding & current Co-Chair of Global Women's Health working group at Women Graduates USA, affiliate organization of Graduate Women International https://graduatewomen.org Past Steering Committee member of Physicians for Social Responsibility founding chapter in Greater Boston & current speaker on Climate Change and Health https://gbpsr.org/speakers-bureau/tatjana-kobb/ Established the National Safe Motherhood Alliance during Every Women and Every Child campaign after working with UNHCR, UNICEF and WHO in the Balkans. Rotary International CADRE global grant evaluator. Healthcare Information for All Country Representative and member of the HIFA working group on Information for Citizens, Parents and Children and the HIFA working group on Mobile Healthcare Information for All.
t.kobb AT northeastern.edu