Events

RSVP for Sept. 24 Reimagining Healthcare Symposium

The medical students of the Medical Education Consulting Group (Med ECG) and Next Gen Med invite all students in the U-M health professions schools to attend the Reimagining Healthcare Symposium, Sept. 24, 5:30-7:00 pm, Ford Auditorium.  RSVP is required and food will be provided. Med ECG is a pro-bono medical student consulting group working with non-profit health care organizations in the Ann Arbor and Southeast Michigan communities. NextGen Med is a group of medical students committed to bringing in local as well as global leaders to community to discuss current challenges in medicine.

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Sept. 29 Sujal Symposium for Health & Social Justice:

U-M students announce this year’s Sujal Parikh Memorial Symposium will focus on global interdisciplinary collaborations to improve health and health care. In addition to a keynote by UCLA Vice Provost Timothy Brewer, there will be panels, a poster session showcasing students’ work, and more. The event is free and open to students and faculty from U-M and other institutions and organizations. Posters are invited from students and organizations that work with health disparities at home or abroad. Submit by Sept. 14.
Sujal Deadline Extension

Abstracts due Oct. 14 for U-M Diversity in Medicine Conference (Feb. 2019)

Abstracts are due Oct. 14 for the inaugural Diversity in Medicine Conference; call open to students, residents, faculty, or staff who have worked on research or programs on increasing diversity among health care professionals.  Details.


Coming Soon: IPE in Action 
(Student Curricular Event)

WHO: More than 1,200 students/faculty from 10 U-M health sciences schools (Ann Arbor, Flint, Dearborn).
WHAT: Learning about the roles of different professions by working through a case scenario in an interprofessional team.
HOW: More information coming soon for participants…. In the meantime, contact IPEcenter@umich.edu with any questions.

See the Interprofessional Student Organizations page for click-throughs to their websites for event info.