Virtual mini medical school
Tuesdays, Feb. 2 – March 2, 2021
Expand your medical knowledge without taking the MCAT!
5 nights x 5 topics
This five-session, Tuesday evening series explores interesting, relevant topics in an accessible style appropriate for all audiences, aged middle school and up. Classes run weekly beginning at 7p.m. from Feb. 2 – March 2 and are all online this year. They can be viewed right here during class time, or any time after! They will also be streamed on Facebook Live during class time.
- Feb. 2: Lessons Learned: A Candid COVID Conversation, Helen Eddy and Nola Aigner Davis, Polk County Health Department
- Feb. 9: Understanding and Building Vaccine Confidence During the COVID-19 Pandemic, Dr. Margaret Frazer, Pfizer
- Feb. 16: What has the Covid-19 Pandemic taught us about public health and prevention behaviors, Dr. Rachel Reimer, Ph.D., DMU Associate Professor and Department of Public Health Chair
- Feb. 23: "Does Technology Connect or Isolate Us?", F.R. “Fritz” Nordengren, M.P.H.
- Mar. 2: Why Every Person Needs an Annual Wellness Exam, Dr. Sarah Parrott, D.O., FAAFP, DMU Department Family and Internal Medicine Chair
There is no cost to attend this year. Registration is encouraged but not required. Click here to receive updates on the 2021 Mini Medical School schedule.
For questions please reach out to DMU's community and public affairs manager, Hanna.deGeest@dmu.edu.
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