Please join the Interprofessional Health Council at this year’s annual interprofessional health summit titled “Interprofessional Teams and the Underserved: Models of Community Health Opportunities.”
This event will take place on April 27th from 8:30am-12:30pm at Signe Skott Cooper Hall and is open to all faculty and students of UW-Madison. Attendees will have the opportunity to interact with peers from many different health programs and will learn the importance of interprofessional collaboration in underserved populations. This event is FREE, but attendees will need to register here so that enough refreshments are provided.
More about the event:
Attendees will begin the day with complimentary breakfast and time for networking followed by a keynote presentation. Keynote speakers Family Medicine Practitioner Dr. Jonas Lee and Doctor of Veterinary Medicine candidate Alissa Milonczyk will be presenting their experiences in serving the underserved, sharing the importance of interprofessional collaboration and providing a framework for development of community programs. Attendees will then participate in a mini-workshop on how to create opportunities to serve their community now as students and in the future as practitioners. The event will end with a poster session and networking accompanied by substantial snacks.
8:30-9:30 → Breakfast and registration
9:30-10:30 → Keynote presentation by Dr. Jonas Lee and Alissa Milonczyk
10:45-11:45 → Roundtable discussions
11:45-12:30 → Poster session, networking, refreshments
This event was made possible by the following sponsors: ASM, Center for Interprofessional Education, School of Medicine and Public Health, School of Nursing, School of Pharmacy and School of Veterinary Medicine.
This post was authored by Karen Mittelstadt on 04/10/2019.