Tuesday, March 14 2017, 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
18 Days until this Event
Valerie Dzubur EdD APRN FNP-C - Associate Professor, FNP Program
This presentation will share with you the experiences of our nursing students as they provided healthcare services to a small community in a remote part of Cambodia. Our patients consisted of people from all walks of life and a variety of faiths. Services included,
blood pressure and blood sugar levels, skin treatments, and dental supplies. However, the highlight of the day was the expression of the faces of women who were given glasses and who could see clearly for the first time in years. Volunteer participation is
open to all SMU students. For more information, contact
Mason Turner - Director of Outpatient Mental Health and Addiction Medicine, Kaiser Permanente Northern California & Assistant Clinical Professor, UC San Francisco This seminar will provide an update of the current diagnostic and treatment approach...
Katherine LeRoy, MFA - Academic Support Coordinator
Exams can present students with challenges, both academically and emotionally. Katherine will go over test taking strategies for all SMU programs, including study and time management techniques as...
Matthew Valeta - Master of Public Policy candidate, Goldman School of Public Policy
Matthew began to work on health care policy as a political science major at Colorado College. After graduating in 2012, he joined the Colorado Consumer Health Initi...
Mohammad Deen – SMU CRNA Student, Author, Humanitarian
Would you like to do international humanitarian work in the future? What is it like to be in the field as a healthcare provider in the middle of a refugee camp?
Join Mohammad Deen as he takes ...
Erica Francesca Parks, PhD, PA-S – SMU Physician Assistant Program
This talk will explore a common practice in medicine – the practice of separating treatment groups, normal lab values, and categories of risk along the fault lines of race. We will...