Events

THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN

Invites you to join the conversation

 about improving health for Central Texas and the world

  at a  

Dell Medical School Open Forum, Tuesday, October 29, 2013

6:30 p.m.*

PROGRESS REPORT AND PANEL DISCUSSION

Student Activity Center Ballroom (SAC 2.41NS)
The University of Texas at Austin
2201 Speedway, Austin, Texas

Parking available in the Brazos Garage, 210 E. MLK Blvd. (next to the Blanton Museum)

 

PRESENTERS:

State Senator Kirk Watson

Steven Leslie, UT Austin
Special Assistant to the President for Medical Education

Dr. Sue Cox, Dell Medical School
Interim Associate Dean

Patricia "Trish" Young Brown, Central Health
President and CEO

Greg Hartman, Seton Healthcare
President, Academic Medicine, Research & External Affairs

Terri Broussard Williams, American Heart Association
Vice President of Advocacy and Governmental Relations

Pat Clubb, UT Austin
Vice President of University Operations

MODERATORS:

Robert Hadlock and Leslie Rhode
KXAN-TV anchors

7:45 - 9 p.m.

"RESEARCH FOR HEALTH" MEDICAL EXHIBITS

Talk one-on-one with UT Austin researchers looking for answers to modern healthcare puzzles. Also see a demonstration of the simulation technology used to teach interdisciplinary healthcare strategies. Refreshments provided.

MEDICAL COMMUNITY BREAKOUT SESSION

Physicians and other clinicians can talk to Dr. Sue Cox, interim senior associate dean, and private practice physicians involved with medical education in Austin and the development of the school.
 

 

* Space is limited at the 6:30 panel, so email RSVP is requested, or call (512) 471-5020.