THE FUTURE OF MEDICINE; ADVANCES OF SIMULATION TECHNOLOGY

Date/Time
Date(s) - 5 Mar 2014 until 5 Mar 2014
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM

Location
Virginia G. Piper Auditorium, Biomedical Campus


Mini-Med School 2.0: Regeneration to Transplant

Groundbreaking Research First Topic of Interactive Spring Lecture Series

 Session 2 – THE FUTURE OF MEDICINE; ADVANCES OF SIMULATION TECHNOLOGY 

MINI-MEDICAL SCHOOL 2.0

The University of Arizona College of Medicine – Phoenix proudly announces Mini-Medical School 2.0, a fascinating community lecture series open to the public.

Eventbrite thumbnail.jpgMini-Medical School 2.0 is free and covers various timely, informative topics. The new and improved version of Mini-Medical School, held monthly on campus in the spring of 2014, will include an interactive portion for audiences to get hands-on exposure to cutting-edge technology in healthcare.

The lectures are held the first Wednesday of each month (except May), from 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm in the UA College of Medicine – Phoenix Virginia G. Piper Auditorium (Building 2), 600 E Van Buren Street, Phoenix, AZ 85004.

High school students may attend with a parent. Paramedics, EMTs, firefighters and first responders will earn six continuing education (CE) hours.

Seating is limited. Early registration encouraged; click links below to register.

UPCOMING INTERACTIVE LECTURES:

“Mini-Med 2.0: Integration of Technology in Healthcare” consists of four outstanding lectures for Spring 2014.

 

THE FUTURE OF MEDICINE; ADVANCES OF SIMULATION TECHNOLOGY  

The second lecture in the series, to be held on March 5, will introduce audiences to the simulation side of medical education. How do students practice their skills before they see a live patient? At the College of Medicine – Phoenix, students work on simulation mannequins that can talk, sweat, breathe and bleed like real patients. Mark Smith, MD, PhD, a nationally recognized expert in medical simulation technology, is the executive director of the Arizona Center for Simulation and Experiential Learning at the College, and he will share the innovations that set simulation education apart. The College has some of the most sophisticated bioscience technology in the world. Register here.

THROUGH THE LOOKING (GOOGLE) GLASS: THE FUTURE OF MEDICAL EDUCATION

As a student of Mini-Med 2.0, on April 2, you’ll get a chance to learn about “wearable technology” with the Google Glass – the exciting technology which can improve pre-hospital patient care. Two fourth-year students at the campus received one of the limited number of Google Glass units distributed. Jeff Tully and Christian Dameff combine two passions – technology and medicine. They are developing innovative ways to ultimately save lives. Register here.

IPHONE AT THE BEDSIDE; INNOVATIONS IN HEALTHCARE 

Healthcare technology experts offer an interactive demonstration to learn more about the latest information on how iPhones and iPads work within the healthcare environment.  Cutting edge clinical reference and medical education apps will also be revealed. Live App Demonstrations include: The Welch Allyn iExaminer – offers clinicians a complete eye exam in five seconds on the iPhone without dilation, the AliveCor Heart Monitor – offers full scale FDA approved electrocardiogram, iHealth – allows clinicians to monitor blood pressure and blood glucose levels and many more! Register here.

 

For more information, contact Barbara Quinlan at 602-827-2024 or bquinlan@email.arizona.edu

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The University of Arizona College of Medicine – Phoenix admitted its inaugural class of first-year medical students in August 2007. The College of Medicine – Phoenix currently has 282 students training to be physicians. The University of Arizona College of Medicine – Phoenix inspires and trains individuals to become exemplary physicians, scientists and leaders who are life-long learners and inquisitive scholars and who will embrace professionalism, innovation and collaboration to optimize health and healthcare for all.