CMU College of Medicine: Mini Medical School at The Temple Theatre
The CMU College of Medicine and The Temple Theatre invite you to the Mini Medical School presented by Health Advantage Credit Union. This program will provide up-to-date, relevant health education to members of the Great Lakes Bay Region. With a focus on improving the health of our community, this program will address a variety of current health topics. Each of the monthly sessions will include a lecture by nationally recognized healthcare providers. For more Information and to register visit: www.templetheatre.com/minimedschool ----------- April 23: "Diabetes: The Real vs. Fake News," with CMU's Dr. Sethu Reddy, professor of internal medicine. April 30: An expert panel discussion will follow a screening of the documentary "Paper Tigers," about a trauma-sensitive high school program. May 28: "Trauma-Informed Care: Addressing Adverse Childhood Experiences," with Dr. Alison Arnold, director of CMU's Interdisciplinary Center for Community Health and Wellness and master adverse childhood experiences trainer. June 25: "Surgical Management of Stroke," with Dr. Joseph Adel of Ascension Medical Group. July 23: "Obesity: Causes, Complications and Care Options," with Dr. Amandeep Dhaliwal, family medicine physician with CMU Health, and Dr. Chad Ringley, general and bariatric surgeon at Covenant HealthCare. Aug. 27: "Stop the Bleed Program: The Life You Save May Be Your Own," with Dr. Robert Sasso, CMU Health director of medical simulation, and Michele Mora, registered nurse. Sept. 24: "Healthy Legs: Understanding Peripheral Arterial and Venous Disease," with Dr. John Blebea, professor of surgery, CMU College of Medicine.