UCSB Underserved Medicine Course

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The Underserved Medicine Seminar is one of the 6 programs of Doctors Without Walls-Santa Barbara Street Medicine (DWW-SBSM). This class, like all of the work of DWW-SBSM, is a collaborative and volunteer effort.Students at UCSB love the Underserved Medicine Seminar and are inspired by it to do terrific volunteer work locally and beyond. We welcome community members and UCSB faculty/staff to attend the class alongside the enrolled students. We are excited to announce the 2016 schedule for the Underserved Medicine Seminar.

  • This class will take place Tuesdays from 6:30-9pm, during Winter Quarter at UCSB, with an hour discussion section Wednesday afternoons at 2pm, 3pm, and 4pm. If you plan to consistently leave early, please consider not taking this class.
  • The Tuesday lectures will take place on the UCSB campus, in Broida Hall 1610. The Wednesday discussion sections are located in Phelps 1260 (2pm), Phelps 1260 (3pm), and Phelps 3515 (4pm).


Mark Stinson Memorial Austere Medicine –
Medical Reserve Corp Leaders Course

The “MRC Leaders Course” is an annual interdisciplinary training held locally, created by DWW-SBSM inpartnership with Santa Barbara County EMSA. This course prepares local MRC leaders for disaster response in austere conditions. This course is also used as a model for MRC development in other communities. Course instructors are experts with field experience in disaster, international and wilderness medicine. Course attendees are MRC volunteers and prospective MRC volunteers selected for their leadership ability.

Collaborative Partnerships: Santa Barbara County MRCDirect Relief International