Ann W. Caldwell President's Lecture: Interprofessional Rounds
MGH Institute of Health Professions invites the public, healthcare providers, and researchers to the 2019 Ann W. Caldwell President’s Lecture: Interprofessional Rounds.
Come learn about the "millions missing," those living with the debilitating disease Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS), which disables 1-2.5 million Americans. This year’s topic is “Invisible Disability: Providing Compassionate Care for a Person with ME/CFS.”
- Program moderator: Ronald G Tompkins, MD, ScD, Director, MGH Center for Surgery, Innovation & Bioengineering
- Date: Tuesday, January 15, 5:30–7:00 p.m. (doors open 5:00 pm)
- Location: Northeastern University, Blackman Auditorium, 342 Huntington Ave (Ell Hall), Boston.
Join us for an excerpt of the Sundance award-winning film "Unrest", chronicling the hidden lives of patients, followed by a discussion with an MGH researcher, a healthcare provider, and patient advocates. This program will inspire you to bring a new awareness about ME/CFS back to your clinical practice.
For more information about ME/CFS, visit the Massachusetts ME/CFS & FM Association.
The Ann W. Caldwell President’s Lecture: Interprofessional Rounds is an annual event in which second-year students in the entry-level graduate programs come together to hear successful examples of how clinical teams collaborate to provide patient-centered care. Named after the MGH Institute’s fourth president (1997–2007), the lecture is intended to reinforce the school’s mission to prepare health professionals to advance care for a diverse society.
Read news article about the lecture, which includes a video and a photo gallery.