1. Events
  2. John McKeon

John McKeon

Today

Medical College of Wisconsin — CALL OUT MEETING: “Second-Look Day” Activities Poster Session

Medical College of Wisconsin Kerrigan Auditorium, WI

Welcome to Medical College of Wisconsin! You made it! BRI-MCW is an active chapter of involved medical students who meet monthly for our "Journal Club," where students present papers and other items of interest to the medical community. BRI-MCW also sponsors lectures, debates and other activities to promote healthcare freedom and preserve the doctor-patient relationship.

Come on out to Second Look Day and stop at our table! We look forward to meeting you!

Free

Medical College of Wisconsin: MOVIE SCREENING — Poverty, Inc., “The Business of Doing Good”

Medical College of Wisconsin Kerrigan Auditorium, WI

Poverty, Inc.: "The Business of Doing Good."

The Medical College of Wisconsin BRI chapter is proud to screen Poverty, Inc. to students and faculty. It is a bold look at “the business of doing good.” Please join us for refreshments and lively discussion following the film.

BRI Poverty Inc documentary
From the film's website:
"The West has positioned itself as the protagonist of development, giving rise to a vast multi-billion dollar poverty industry — the business of doing good has never been better. Yet the results have been mixed, in some cases even catastrophic, and leaders in the developing world are growing increasingly vocal in calling for change. Drawing from over 200 interviews filmed in 20 countries, Poverty, Inc. unearths an uncomfortable side of charity we can no longer ignore."

Free

Medical College of Wisconsin—BRI INFORMATION MEETING: “Milk and Cookies”

Medical College of Wisconsin Kerrigan Auditorium, WI

Please join us! All are welcome at BRI-MCW's informational introduction meeting. BRI has been a presence for powerful discussions in medicine and healthcare for four years, with events like debates and our monthly Journal Club. We want to meet you and tell you how being involved with BRI helps promote healthcare freedom and preserve the doctor-patient relationship.

BRI-MCW's 2016-17 inaugural meet 'n greet "Milk & Cookies" event BRI-MCW's 2016-17 inaugural meet 'n greet "Milk & Cookies" event

BRI-MCW has held successful events for four years in a row. Most start with their traditional "Milk & Cookies Meet 'n Greet." BRI-MCW has held successful events for four years in a row. Most start with their traditional "Milk & Cookies Meet 'n Greet."

Free

BRI | AMA Lunch ‘n Learn—JOURNAL CLUB: Presidential Candidates’ Healthcare Policies Review

Medical College of Wisconsin, Kerrigan Auditorium 8701 W Watertown Plank Rd, Wauwatosa, WI

All are welcome to join us as we kick off another great year of Journal Club, sponsored by Benjamin Rush Institute. Journal Club is a monthly meeting on a MCW monthly Journal Club meetingWednesday (the week of the month will vary, as will the topics of discussion!—so keep checking this calendar!). Students sign up to present an article or research piece to share with the group. We always serve great lunches, and RSVPs are appreciated.

Last year, over 400 students attended MCW’s Journal Club over the academic year 2015-2016 and this year we hope to reach more students. We discuss medical innovation, technology, ethics, policy and anything that is interesting to us MCW students.

October's speaker is Joel Lange, BRI chapter member and Journal Club Chair. Joel will deliver his presentation reviewing the top two presidential candidates' plans for healthcare.

Free

BRI | AMA Lunch ‘n Learn—JOURNAL CLUB: Presidential Candidates’ Healthcare Policies Review

Medical College of Wisconsin, Kerrigan Auditorium 8701 W Watertown Plank Rd, Wauwatosa, WI

All are welcome to join us as we kick off another great year of Journal Club, sponsored by Benjamin Rush Institute. Journal Club is a monthly meeting on a MCW monthly Journal Club meetingWednesday (the week of the month will vary, as will the topics of discussion!—so keep checking this calendar!). Students sign up to present an article or research piece to share with the group. We always serve great lunches, and RSVPs are appreciated.

Last year, over 400 students attended MCW’s Journal Club over the academic year 2015-2016 and this year we hope to reach more students. We discuss medical innovation, technology, ethics, policy and anything that is interesting to us MCW students.

October's speaker is Joel Lange, BRI chapter member and Journal Club Chair. Joel will deliver his presentation reviewing the top two presidential candidates' plans for healthcare.

Free