| -

( )

Please Select Ticket Type

Who's Coming?
School of Medicine Alumni Association

Medical School: The Evolution in Teaching

Friday, Oct 25, 2019 | 09:30 am - 11:30 am

University of Utah Health Sciences Campus
Regular price

Medical School is not what it used to be. What does it take to be a medical student today, how has teaching the fundamentals of medicine changed? Hear from our deans and students, through first-person experience and hands-on activities, about the medical school experience in 2019 and into the future. RSVP required for refreshments.


The Admissions Process: What makes a medical student?
Benjamin R. Chan, MD, MBA, MED
Associate Dean, Admissions; Idaho Affairs

Last year, over 4,000 individuals applied for 125 positions at the University of Utah School of Medicine. Come learn more about the criteria, process, and attributes that the Admissions Committee looks for in successful applicants. 

The Medical Student Experience
Adam Stevenson, MD
Associate Dean, Student Affairs

Learn about student support programs available to medical students, including wellness, academic success, global medicine and rural health certificates, and professional development. Discuss the residency application process including interviews, ranking, and matching.


Simulation Lab 
Join us for a hands-on experience at the College of Nursing Simulation Center. To see how current students supplement their learning and practice medical procedures by using simulation systems.


Inter-professional Education: Building the Team-Based Health Care Workforce of the Future
Timothy Farrell, MD, AGSF
Director, University of Utah Health IPE Program

Find out about national trends in inter-professional practice and education, the history of inter-professional education (IPE) at the University of Utah, current IPE curricula and initiatives benefitting UUSOM students, and future directions that will position the University of Utah as a national leader in inter-professional education and practice.

Questions? Contact:

Who's Coming?