"Healing Our Health Care System: Novel Ideas For Reclaiming Care" - Explorer Series Lecture, Cleveland Museum of Natural History
Theresa Brown, Clinical Nurse and Bestselling Author
To heal our health care system we must return to our roots in the human: our patients' humanity and our own. Drawing on clinical examples and works of literature, we’ll learn that to heal patients, clinicians must first heal themselves.
The Department of Medicine hosts local faculty and outstanding regional or national leaders in their respective fields, who present on a range of topics in weekly grand rounds that represent all of the department’s subspecialties. Each year, the Medicine Grand Rounds schedule offers presentations in a variety of formats. These presentations are designed for our faculty, residents, fellows, other healthcare professionals, and researchers who wish to remain up to date on new science in their field and to encourage collaboration among scientists and physicians. Medicine Grand Rounds are held weekly at 12pm in the LHAS auditorium. Attendees can receive CME credit.
The PHPN Symposium is an event held once every two years that brings together more than 500 PH-treating health care professionals to learn and earn CME/CE; share research among peers; and network with other health care professionals. The 2017 PHPN Symposium, Navigating the Future: Individualizing Patient Care in the Face of Increasingly Complex Treatment Options, will be held in the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area on Oct. 5-7, 2017.