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Dining Dilemma Spring Event
Covering Covid: Who SHOULD get a slice of pie?
Racing For health: Is Everyone at the Starting Line?
Regenerative Medicine: Coming Soon to Your Operating Theater – started with the documentary film created by Wake Forest faculty, Five Minutes.
A Deadly Dose: What is Your Role in the Opioid Epidemic?
Going Viral: The 1918 Flu Pandemic In Winston-Salem and Beyond at Reynolda House.
Am I My “Brother’s/Sister’s” Medical Keeper?
Too Young for Healthcare Insurance? The American Healthcare Act vs. The Affordable Healthcare Act – Panel discussion.
Telehealth: The Computer Will See You Now
Part II – Life, Liberty and….Healthcare? Panel discussion.
Part I – Escape Fire…The Movie – The Fight to Rescue American Healthcare
Part II – Dinner & Discussion of the play WIT and its themes
Part I – The play WIT – Follows the Story of Professor Vivian Bearing as she battles cancer
The Patient-Physician Relationship
Evolutionary versus Racial Medicine: Why it Matters – ‘The Waiting Room’: An exploration of health care access, race, and poverty.
Anji Wall, MD, PhD, Vanderbilt – global health issues and introduced the notions of cultural competence and cultural humility to pre-health professions students
Eugenics and Forced Sterilization
Contagion and Ethics in Public Health Emergencies Eugenics and Forced Sterilization
“When I was a first-year student, Dr. Lord inspired me to pursue my goal – at the time – of going to medical school…. Recently, I changed career plans away from medicine, and I have tremendously valued being able to contribute to the Dining Dilemmas discussion as an economics major, and I am looking forward to future discussions with this outstanding group of students and professors.”
“Dining Dilemmas gave me the opportunity to step outside of the stressful, pre-med, ‘work, work, work’ bubble and to engage with my peers early on about topics that are incredibly relevant to my medical education. It humanized the work for me and it introduced me to my current roommate and dearest friend.”
“The Dining Dilemmas program was a wonderful opportunity to be introduced to some of medicine’s greatest ethical challenges in a supportive and fun environment. I believe it is an invaluable experience for future healthcare students to be exposed to some of the conundrums they will face in their careers ahead of time…