The Public Health Undergraduate Student Association is hosting a free roundtable discussion on Wednesday, February 8, from 8 PM to 9 PM in BSC room 251. Here’s more info:
Having written a book on improving health outcomes, Dr. Atul Gawande will unveil to us in his speech on Tuesday, February 7th, the preventable errors he sees committed in public health and medicine. Reducing such errors and making improvements can save human lives.
With Ron Levy as our guest speaker from the School of Public Health and many SLU professors as our moderators, we proudly present to you a round table event on Wednesday, February 8th, aimed at creating meaningful dialogue between students and faculty members on improving systems within medicine and public health. We hope to engage Dr. Gawande’s ideas and show SLU students a broader vision of healthcare and medical practice. All research will be provided.
This event is being brought to you with the collaborative efforts of Political Round Table, The Great Issues Committee, and Public Health Undergraduate Student Association (PRT, GIC, PHUSA).Tweet