#5: Human Trafficking in Medical Education | Starting a Non-Profit in Med School with Jake Freudenberger

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#5: Human Trafficking in Medical Education | Starting a Non-Profit in Med School with Jake Freudenberger
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Jake Freudenberger is a 4th year medical student at the University of North Texas Health Science Center College of Osteopathic Medicine (TCOM). During his time at TCOM, he started the Medical Business Association (MBA) to fill the gap of business curriculum in medical education. Later, he co-founded Trafficking in Medical Education (TIME), a non-profit dedicated to educating medical students on how to identify potential victims of human trafficking. In this episode, we talk with Jake about his life philosophy, why he started the MBA, his role in TIME, and what he is doing now. We thoroughly enjoyed this episode and hope you will too!

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