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Predeparture Activities Curricular Kit (PACK) for Wellness: A Model for Supporting Resident Well-Being During Global Child Health Experiences

      Global health curricula prepare residents for many challenges. We created a curriculum to address the impact of these challenges on resident wellness. After participation, residents reported confidence in creating an individualized wellness plan.

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