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Mini Med School

The University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health in Madison invites you to a series of Mini Med School sessions. Learn what you can do - and what we are discovering - to ensure better health for everybody.

 

The series will be led by our Mini Med School "deans":

June 4, 2015: Partnering with Patients in Health Care

Health Sciences Learning Center | Program: 6:30-8pm, reception with presenters: 8-9pm

 

People from all walks of life face challenges within the U.S. health care system. The Center for Patient Partnerships has developed and tested bold, innovative strategies to help patients and health professionals navigate that system, and to make the system as a whole more responsive to patients’ needs.

 

This session will include simple tools for self-advocacy, as well as examples of how patients are making a difference at UW-Madison and in our community and how we can learn from patients’ experiences to make health care better.

 

Future Mini Med School Dates


  • September 17: Infectious Disease - Megabugs

All sessions take place in Alumni Hall at the Health Sciences Learning Center, 750 Highland Ave., Madison | Map and directions

 

What is a Mini Med School?

  • A fast-paced evening showing the latest research in action
  • An interactive learning experience
  • This program will explore our current understanding of today’s compelling health issues and how the UW School of Medicine and Public Health is improving care - from diagnosis and treatment to prevention

  • An opportunity to ask questions
  • A celebration of hope for everybody

Who are the Mini Med School Teachers?

 

The UW School of Medicine and Public Health physician-researchers who are changing the way we care for ourselves.

 

REGISTER NOW

Watch Online

Register online to watch the Mini Med School live stream.

Attend in Person

If you would like to attend the program and reception or if you have questions, please contact Missy Boyd at (608) 265-4689 or melissa.boyd@
supportuw.org

 

 


 

Last updated: 03/30/2015
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