October 8-12, 2012

"The Future of Health Care"                  
 In conjunction with National Primary Care Week

Purpose

The purpose of SLU Primary Care Week is to bring together the three disciplines of Family Medicine, Internal Medicine & Pediatrics to emphasize the significance of primary care at our University and its impact within our communities, especially the underserved populations. This event will bring medical students, pre-med students, faculty, allied health professionals, and community advocates, to discuss current issues within the field, and how to empower future primary care physicians to more effectively serve the medical needs of their communities.   

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Learn more about a career in

Primary Care Medicine

 

Missouri Primary Care Association

 
Overview of the Week's Events 
Monday, October 8
"Interprofessional Medical Home Panel" & 
"Can You Afford to Practice Primary Care?"
 
Wednesday, October 10
"How to Give a Physical Exam to a Child"
 
Thursday, October 11
"Specialist Speed Dating"
 
Friday, October 12
"Community Outreach - Volunteer Opportunities"
 
 
 
Follow this link to see what events are occurring on the national level
      

 
To learn more about a degree in medicine
 
Saint Louis University School of Medicine
 
   
 
 
  
 
 
Sponsored by SLU Primary Care
Student Interest Groups: FMIG, IMIG, PIG
Department of Family & Community Medicine
  

Department of Internal Medicine
 
Department of Pediatrics