Certificate programs at Wake Forest allow students to personalize their educational experience, develop special interests, and demonstrate outstanding motivation to residency selection committees.
|Global Health||Providing interdisciplinary global health education, and emphasizes biomedical, sociopolitical, economic and geographic factors, and addresses the health of under-served populations in our own community.|
|“Maestro” Medical Spanish||A longitudinal Medical Spanish Certificate Program that trains linguistically and culturally competent physicians who can provide care in Spanish for the increasing number of Hispanic patients in the U.S|
|Advanced Training in Gender and Sexual Minority Health Care||The Advanced Training in Gender and Sexual Minority Health Care Certificate program is a series of seminars, lectures, and special electives that encompass a robust foundation of subject matter and conclude in a capstone project.
|Service-Learning Scholars||Promoting the development of awareness and skills to partner with communities and assist them in addressing their needs and priorities. In addition to learning about issues in the local community, participants develop the knowledge and confidence to be a physician advocate.|
|Medical Education||Aiming to improve student knowledge of the science of learning in order to improve their performance as educators. This is accomplished through learner-faculty collaboration to enhance the Wake Forest School o Medicine curriculum, and creation of inter-professional collaboration.|
|Radiology Scholars Certificate Program||Promotes and recognizes achievement in radiology while enhancing students' proficiency with interpreting medical imaging. Designed as an interactive, 1-year curriculum intended to benefit all students independent of their specialty interests.|
|Advanced Bedside Ultrasound
||Providing instruction in advanced ultrasound techniques and knowledge to positively impact health outcomes.|
|Active Resilience Training (ART)
||Designed to foster character growth in the face of adversity, and provides instruction in the following "pillars" of resilience: cognitive, emotional, physical, spiritual, and "learned response."|
|Mindful Medicine||Exposing learners to empirically supported mindfulness-based skills that can be integrated immediately into their daily lives in order to reduce stress, cultivate healthy compassion for self and others, and improve resiliency. The ultimate goal is to reduce the likelihood of burnout.|
|Financial Literacy and Resilience Education (FLARE)
||Offering instruction to fourth-year medical students in an array of personal finance and practice management topics to enhance career satisfaction and reduce risk of career burnout.|
|WFSM Safe Zone Training
||Providing education and experience-based program with the goal of training future healthcare providers in culturally competent care for LGBTQ+ patients.|