Women in Science: Does How, What and Where We Train Doctors Matter?
|Date:||April 24, 2018|
|Time:||3:00 PM - 5:00 PM|
Location: GE Healthcare, 9900 W. Innovation Dr., Wauwatosa, WI 53226
Sponsored by Medical College of Wisconsin
Reducing Physician Burnout and Improving Patient Outcomes Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) Women in Science Series Kicks Off with Presentation on Transforming Medical Education.
Does How, What and Where We Train Doctors Matter?: Changing Medical Education With the Community's Health in Mind
WHEN/ Tuesday, April 24, 2018, 3-5 p.m.
Presentation at 3 p.m., reception with GE Women's Network to follow.
Lisa Grill Dodson, MD, Campus Dean for MCW-Central Wisconsin and professor in the Department of Family and Community Medicine
At a time when health care costs and outcomes in the U.S. are under fire and physician burnout is at epidemic levels, medical education across the country is undergoing significant change. Which changes will best prepare today’s medical students to be the doctors who will improve the health of our communities, as well as the health of healers? Dr. Dodson will explore the changes going on in medical education and health care delivery to answer questions about what it will take to improve health care outcomes.
This lecture is the first in the 2018 MCW Women in Science lecture series. The annual series showcases outstanding research by MCW female scientists and provides financial support for their cutting-edge work.
Those interested in registering can visit mcw.edu/womeninscience. Series memberships start at $275, which supports four awards for promising women scientists. Admission, food and parking are included at all the events. Members are also allowed to invite a guest for free to one event. Students sponsorships are also available for only $25. For additional registration information, please contact Ashley Fait, email@example.com, 414-955-5828.
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