Date(s) - 18 Apr 2013
4:00 PM - 7:00 PM
The University of Arizona College of Medicine — Phoenix opened its four-year medical education program in 2007. In October of 2012, the campus expanded with the opening of a new Phoenix landmark, the Health Sciences Building.
Join the AZBio Board of Directors for a tour of the Health Sciences Education Building and special presentation by the Dean of the UA College of Medicine – Stuart Flynn, MD.
Date: Thursday April 18, 2012
Time: 4 pm – 7 pm
4:00 – Registration
4:30 – Presentation by Dean Flynn
5:30 – Networking and Tours
7:00 – Event Concludes
To Register, please complete the form below.
About the Health Sciences Education Building
The University of Arizona (UA) College of Medicine-Phoenix and Northern Arizona University (NAU) are creating a new model for an integrated and interdisciplinary approach to health sciences education and research. Innovative in this endeavor is the collaboration and merging of these programs from two universities with distinct institutional cultures on one campus—Phoenix Biomedical Campus in downtown Phoenix.
The Health Sciences Education Building (HSEB) is part of the inter-institutional campus for health science education and research, and supports the colleges of medicine, pharmacy, nursing, allied health, and biomedical informatics. The new 268,000-square-foot, six-story facility consists of administration and faculty offices, lecture halls, learning studios, flexible classrooms, student and faculty services, clinical skills suite, simulation suite, gross anatomy facilities, class laboratories, learning resource center, cafeteria, student lockers, group study rooms, conference rooms and miscellaneous building support. HSEB and future research buildings are connected by a north-south structure that houses public functions and spaces for the occupants of these facilities as part of an effort to ensure that educators, researchers, students, and teachers meet and encourage an interdisciplinary approach to pedagogy and research.
A key characteristic of the program is a model of collective resources shared by the University of Arizona’s College of Pharmacy and the Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health, and by Northern Arizona University’s College of Health and Human Services programs. An interactive planning process, which involved educators from the cross-section of health sciences disciplines, has worked collaboratively to create an educational vision of a team-based continuity of care model.