Olivia Campa, MD
Assistant Clinical Professor
Faculty Director, Post Baccalaureate Program
UC Davis School of Medicine
Saturday, June 24, 2023,
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Attention all aspiring doctors! Are you wondering if a post-bacc program is the right path for you to pursue your medical dreams? Look no further than our workshop, “To Post-Bacc or Not to Post-Bacc,” presented by Dr. Campa, Faculty Director of UC Davis Post-Bacc Program.
In this informative session, you will learn about the different types of post-bacc programs, including DIY, Formal, Informal, and SMPs, and discover which program best fits your unique situation. Dr. Campa will also provide insight into when it’s ideal to pursue a post-bacc program and what steps you need to take to ensure success.
Don’t miss this opportunity to gain a better understanding of how post-bacc programs can help you achieve your medical goals and give you a second chance at pursuing your dream. Sign up for our workshop today and get one step closer to becoming a doctor!
About the Speaker:
Olivia Campa, MD is a General Internist at the University of California Davis Medical Center where she is a Primary Care doctor, the Director of the Postbaccalaureate Program, the Associate Director of Clinical Operations for the Division of General Internal Medicine and a Core Faculty Member for the Internal Medicine Residency Program. She is a California native who is the first person in her family to graduate from college. She has distinguished herself as a leader in her efforts to reduce inequities in healthcare. Dr. Campa has received much recognition for her leadership in promoting diversity and inclusion efforts. She is the recipient of the AAMC Herbert Nickens Award, AMA Foundation Excellence in Medicine Award, has won multiple teaching awards both in the School of Medicine and in the UC Davis Health System, and served as the Primary Care Chief Resident in the UC Davis Internal Medicine Residency Program.
Dr. Campa is passionate about mentoring and promoting the success of diverse students at many levels of education to encourage them to successfully become providers that improve care delivery. In her clinical practice she focuses on delivering complex primary care to a broad range of patients including patient who struggle with opioid use disorder using Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) and Gender Affirming Care for transgender and gender-nonbinary (TGNB) people. As an academic clinician, her scholarly work is focused on educational equity and diversifying the healthcare workforce to serve the needs of California’s diverse communities as well as improving care delivery to diverse communities using a quality-focused approach. She is especially passionate about ensure principles of inclusion are reflected in health system policies driving delivery of inclusive care.
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Topic: To Post-Bacc or Not to Post-Bacc
When: Saturday, June 24, 11 AM Pacific Time (US and Canada)