The Department of Medical Humanities at Southern Illinois University offers a curriculum designed to provide medical students with a core knowledge in the humanities, emphasizing application of the content and methodologies of humanities disciplines to the practice of medicine. These humanities disciplines include: ethics, health policy, medical history, medical jurisprudence, psychosocial care, and religious studies.
Tuesday, May 5, 12:00 Noon
THE DEPARTMENT OF MEDICAL HUMANITIES PRESENTS:
REFELCTIVE PRACTICE IN MEDICINE
SUSAN ARJMAND, MD
Telehealth, 913 Building, Room 1252
Friday, May 22, 2015: 17th Annual Southern Illinois HealthCare/SIU Health Policy Institute presents
ALTERNATIVE DELIVERY METHODS IN HEALTHCARE: THE SEARCH FOR QUALITY AND EFFICIENCY
Co-sponsored by the Chicago Medical Society, the Illinois State Bar Association, the Illinois State Medical Society, the Paul Simon Public Policy Institute, and by the SIU School of Medicine - Department of Medical Humanities. CME credits are available.
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