Mini Med School

HLTPOL 825

0.40 CEU

Reg. # Status Location Start Date Qtr/Yr Fee
Y9627W Not Available UCLAUCLA: Tamkin Auditorium Ronald Reagan Medical Center
5/6/2013 SP 13 $35 Notify Me

UPDATED FOR 2013 UCLA Health System is proud to present Mini Med School, a series of lectures for the general public. The three evening series, featuring distinguished professors from the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, covers the basics of medical science and advances in the biomedical and clinical sciences. For more than 50 years, UCLA Health System and the David Geffen School at UCLA have been leaders in patient care, medical research, and teaching. Our faculty train the health care leaders of tomorrow. Mini Med School is taught by the same professors who teach UCLA medical students. The course offers students an introduction into basic science as it relates to medicine, disease, health, and aging. Although you will not receive a medical degree or be able to practice medicine, you will get a better understanding of the human brain and body. May 6 Alternatives to Surgery Eric Esrailian, MD, MPH Assistant Clinical Professor Vice-Chief, Division of Digestive Diseases Department of Medicine May 13 Anesthesia 101 Anahat Dhillon, MD will moderate panel discussion Assistant Clinical Professor Division of Critical Care Medicine Department of Anesthesiology May 20 Advances in Surgery Erik P. Dutson, MD, FACS Associate Professor Interim Chief, UCLA MIS/Bariatric Program Executive Medical Director, CASIT Department of Surgery

UCLA: Tamkin Auditorium Ronald Reagan Medical Center
Monday, 6:30-8pm,
May 6 - 20


3 meetings total

This course does not require textbooks.