Evening Lecture with Professor Roger Strasser Learning Medicine in General Practice: The Contribution of Immersive Community Engaged Education
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Professor Roger Strasser, incoming Global Fellow at the School of Medicine, will be giving a lecture to mark the beginning of his fellowship at St Andrews.
New Zealand's first Professor of Rural Health, Professor Strasser is leading the University of Waikato's Rural Health Public Engagement, including education about rural health and advocacy for rural health, as well as local community engagement. He is also leading capacity building in rural health research across remote and rural New Zealand.
Between 2002 and 2019, Professor Strasser was Founding Dean of Canada's Northern Ontario School of Medicine. He is a leader in the global reform of rural health professional education and research, and has become one of the world's foremost authorities on rural, socially accountable medical education.
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