The original CU Mini Med School has become so popular that it spawned, Mini Med School II: The Clinical Years. The program features some of the best teachers in the CU clinical faculty talking about their specialties. Want to know how doctors diagnose? Or the latest on weight loss? How about medical ethics? Answers to all that and more are yours at MMS II. The price (FREE) is right, there’s no homework, and it’s suitable for anyone from high school on.
You can even get get a famous Mini Med “diploma!” Talks take place on Wednesday evenings from September 4 to October 30 starting at 7 p.m. It’s necessary to register, so you get all the updates and information.
Here’s the schedule:
How Doctors Think: Clinical Reasoning in Action
Dennis Boyle, MD and Todd Guth, MD
A Day in the Life of an ENT Doc
Mona Abaza, MD
A Day in the Life of an Infectious Diseases Doc
Robert Belknap, MD
Pain, Opioids, and the Scourge of Addiction
Joshua Blum, MD
Vaccines: One small step for you and a giant leap for your community
Laura Hurley, MD
Firearms and Suicide
Marian Betz, MD
Getting the Most Out of Your Immune System!
JJ Cohen, MDCM, PhD
Informed Consent: How Informed are You?
Kristin Furfari, MD
Lectures take place on the Anschutz Medical Campus in Aurora, but if that’s not convenient for you, there are sites all around Colorado, including CU South Denver, where you can watch (and interact) by live video broadcast.