The Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) Annual Meeting takes place November 4-9 in Denver, Colorado and will welcome more than 4,000 academic medical professionals and leaders with a goal of working together to accelerate the innovation that will transform health care for all Americans.
If you’re planning on attending the AAMC Annual Meeting in Denver, come by and check out our booth (booth 738) to talk to experts about the new curriculum and clinical skills lab and to learn more about the progress and innovation happening at The Ohio State University College of Medicine.
The Ohio State University College of Medicine will be participating at the conference by showcasing both our new Lead. Serve. Inspire Curriculum and our new Clinical Skills Center during the exhibit portion of the conference.
Lead. Serve. Inspire will be the curriculum for tomorrow's medicine, designed to shape the physician for the future. Ohio State's reputation for curricular innovation, acclaimed faculty, pioneering research and world class patient care is well established. The new curriculum will ensure that we are training the types of physicians who will shape the future of medicine and fulfill our mission to improve people's lives. Visit the Lead. Serve. Inspire site for more information.
The new Clinical Skills Center will open in late 2011, adding an additional 18,000 square feet. The new space will boast a procedures lab three times the size of the current lab, four realistic Virtual Critical Care bays, a Surgery Laboratory, and more! Visit the Clinical Skills Center site for more information on the new Center.
Visit the AAMC website for more information on the AAMC Annual Meeting, including speakers, exhibits, and webcasts.
For questions or comments, please contact Eric Geier at Eric.Geier@osumc.edu.