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Amanda Brown: Kaiser Permanente Medical Care Oral History Project II Year 3 Theme: Diversity and Culturally Competent Care

Interviewee(s):
Calhoun, Amanda
Interviewer(s):
Meeker, Martin
Title:
Amanda Brown: Kaiser Permanente Medical Care Oral History Project II Year 3 Theme: Diversity and Culturally Competent Care
Abstract:
Amanda Calhoun studied the history of medicine at Harvard University as an undergraduate and then decided to continue her studies of medicine in graduate school. She received her MD and MPH from Emory University. After a residency at UCSF, Calhoun accepted a position as a staff OB/GYN physician at Kaiser Permanente Richmond. In this interview, Dr. Calhoun discusses her interest in women’s health and the challenges and possibilities of practicing culturally-competent care in a diverse urban hospital. Approximately 1 hour, 15 minutes; video interview conducted by Aliza Simons.
Subject area(s):
Science, Technology, and Health
Interview date(s):
2008
Project:
Kaiser Permanente Medical Care
Rights:
Calhoun, Amanda. "Amanda Brown: Kaiser Permanente Medical Care Oral History Project II Year 3 Theme: Diversity and Culturally Competent Care." Interview by Martin Meeker in 2008. Oral History Center, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley, 2008.