Winter 2014 - Hot topics in health

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Since 1999, Mini Medical School has provided a unique glimpse into how health care is being transformed by experts at the University of Minnesota. This winter, Mini Medical School is continuing this tradition by taking on some of today’s most common health care questions. What do we know now about how infectious diseases move around our increasingly interconnected world? How have cancer treatments evolved over the years? What does it mean to give our heart a workout? What do today’s health professionals mean when they talk about One Health?

Learn the answers to those questions - and more! Join us for Mini Medical School’s 30th session where you’ll learn from Academic Health Center experts who are improving how we diagnose, treat and provide care for populations of patients here and around the world.

When: Mondays, 6-8:30 p.m., Feb. 10 - March 10, 2014 (experiential activities from 5-6 p.m. most evenings)

Location: 2-650 Moos Health Sciences Tower (map), University of Minnesota, 515 Delaware Street S.E., Minneapolis, MN 55455

Cost:
Beginning Jan. 28: $80 for the public; $65 for U of M faculty, staff, and students, Fairview and UMPhysicians employees and members of the University of Minnesota Alumni Association

View the class schedule