Mini-Med School is Oct. 5 - 26
Learn more about ways to live a healthy life at Mini-Med School, an outreach program of the University of South Carolina’s School of Medicine.
The lecture series, taught by medical professionals from USC’s University Specialty Clinics, is open to the public. The cost is $25 for the four sessions, which run from 6:30-8 p.m. on four Tuesdays in October. The program is at the USC School of Medicine, adjacent to the VA Hospital, 6311 Garners Ferry Road, M-II Classroom, Building No. 3.
Each class features an open question-and-answer session.
- Oct. 5, “Overview of Allergic Disease,” by Dr. David Amrol, director, Division of Allergy/Immunology.
- Oct. 12: “Finding Your Way Home: Introduction to the Patient-Centered Medical Home,” by Dr. Elizabeth “Libby” Baxley, chair, department of family and preventive medicine.
- Oct. 19: “Developmental Disabilities in Children and Adults (ADHD and Autism),” by Mark Posey, Ph.D., and Dr. Robin Welsh, department of pediatrics.
- Oct. 26: “Advance in Stroke Diagnosis, Treatment and Prevention,” Dr. Souvik Sen, chair, department of neurology.
For more information or to register, call 803-733-3200, see www.med.sc.edu or email email@example.com.
- What: School of Medicine lecture series
- Who: Medical professionals from University Specialty Clinics to teach courses
- When: Tuesdays, Oct. 5 - 26
- Where: School of Medicine, 6311 Garners Ferry Road, M-II Classroom, Building No. 3