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SLU: PANEL Discussion: Scope of Practice and the Future of Medicine

St. Louis University - Pitlyk Auditorium A Learning Resource Center, 3544 Hickory St, St. Louis, MO

Can expanding the scope of practice for non-physicians increase access to high-quality primary care and help lower healthcare costs? Are Missouri’s new Assistant Physicians able to provide safe, high-quality care?

Free

McGovern Medical School (UT-Houston)—PANEL DISCUSSION: Direct Primary Care and Concierge Medicine

McGovern Medical School, Lecture Hall MSB 2.006 6431 Fannin St, Houston, TX

BRI Dr. Josh UmbehrThe BRI chapter will also  be talking about DPC and concierge medicine. The student from our school who went to the FMMA Conference will report about what he learned at the amazing opportunity.

Thanks to wonderful modern technology, Dr. Josh Umbehr from AtlasMD—with two Kansas locations—will join us via Skype for a lecture and Q&A on Direct Primary Care (DPC) and concierge medicine.

Free

University of Delaware: Panel—Direct Primary Care physicians answer your questions about DPC

University of Delaware, Trabant Student Center, Rm 218 17 W Main St, Newark, DE

BRI UDel Direct Primary Care Doc Panel

 

Please join the Benjamin Rush Institute-UDelaware chapter and Young Americans for Liberty for this panel discussion of Direct Primary Care. Three DPC doctors who operate in Delaware will be coming to the University of Delaware to describe how their practices work and to answer questions from the audience.

Ohio University College of Medicine-Dublin—PRESENTATION: House Calls and the Pre-Penicillin Era to Targeted Chemotherapy: A 75-Year Walk Through Medical History

Ohio University College of Medicine-Dublin, Medical Education Building One 6775 Bobcat Way, Dublin, OH

Harold Chevlen, MDDr. Harold Chevlen, MD, a 95-year old retired physician who practiced independent family medicine for 50 years in Youngstown, Ohio, will be discussing the changes that occurred throughout his career. In particular he'll describe how things most medical students take for granted, such as antibiotics revolutionized his practice of medicine. He will also talk about the joys of family medicine.

Free

Duke University—Panel: Direct Primary Doctors share their successful DPC practices, with Dr. Brian Lanier & Dr. Ben Fischer

Duke University

The Duke University Family Medicine Interest Group (FMIG) in conjunction with BRI, has invited two Direct Primary Care (DPC) doctors, Dr. Brian Lanier and Dr. Ben Fischer to share their experiences running successful DPC practices. This event is closed to the public. Dr. Brian Lanier is a proud son of Maple Hill, Pender County, NC, […]

Climate Change and Health – DISCUSSION

Capitol Hill, 485 Russell Senate Office Bldg 2 Constitution Ave., NE, Washington, DC

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has issued a new report on the impacts of global warming. This report, Global Warming of 1.5oC, contains dire predictions of drought, disease, famine and death resulting from greenhouse gas emissions. Is this really how a changing climate will affect us? Will it increase or lessen disease? Our food […]

NPHW Student Day: You’re Graduating. Now What? – WEBINAR

Join APHA and students from American University's public health capstone class for a special event for public health students. This event will feature early- and mid-career public health professionals discussing how they made the jump from public health students to public health workers. From finding internships to building a resume and working your way up […]