Lunch & Dinner Seminars (Spring 2019)

Monday

Day/Time Course Code Course Name Course Description Course Location Contact Information
M 12:30-1:20P          

Tuesday

Day/Time Course Code Course Name Course Description Course Location Contact Information
Tues 12:30-1:30pm PSYC 225 Klingenstein Fellowship Program A year-long course in child and adolescent mental illness and psychiatry. Lunch seminar alternates between patient visits and physician debriefs. Course is also a mentoring program, providing clinical experience, research, networking, and conference opportunities. 2/3 quarter participation earns you the title of Klingenstein Fellow. LK306 jimmyz1@stanford.edu

Tues 5:30-6:30

2 sessions will meet on Thursday instead of Tuesday (April 25 and May 30). 

NSUR 200 Narratives in Neurosurgery Each week, a different neurosurgery attending or resident shares their path into medicine and neurosurgery, details their experiences as trainees and/or practitioners, and discusses how they balance work with relationships, family planning, and lifestyle. Speakers will also answers any questions students may have. Our speakers include attending physicians and residents from diverse backgrounds and different sub-specialties within academia to private practice at Stanford and Kaiser, and beyond. Edwards R358 oyzhou@stanford.edu, ebl@stanford.edu, kch@stanford.edu, adrian.rodrigues@stanford.edu

Wednesday

Day/Time Course Code Course Name Course Description Course Location Contact Information
     

 

   

Thursday

Day/Time Course Code Course Name Course Description Course Location Contact Information
Th 12:30-1:20PM INDE 215 Queer Health & Medicine INDE 215 is a lunch seminar focused on topics relevant to health professionals in relation to the LGBTQ patient community. Students will get a more detailed and practical look at how to best care for LGBTQ patients, with topics such as: establishing a welcoming environment in your clinic, reproductive options for queer patients, puberty blockers for transgender adolescents, and gender and sexual identities in mental health care. Speakers range from Stanford professors to local activists. Alway M112  sgraham2@stanford.edu
Th 6:30-7:30 MED 248 Student Rounds Preclinical students meet 6-8 times per quarter with a clerkship student who presents the history and physical of an unusual, educational, or otherwise meaningful case that they recently encountered on the wards. Course participants then work together under the clinical student's guidance to develop a problem list and plan, which are then compared with the problem list, plan, and orders made by the actual admitting team. In the course of presenting the cases, the clinical student describes personal experiences and practical components of ward work and daily clinical routine.  4th Floor Reading Room Maria (mariav@stanford.edu) and Jeff (jeff.b.wang@stanford.edu)
Th 5:30-6:50PM MED 245 Leadership in Medicine: Developing your Moral Identity In this leadership course students will either view videos of well-known leaders being interviewed or watch a live interview of the chief communications officer of Stanford School of Medicine each week. With these interviews we will be highlighting the ethical challenges that these leaders faced and how they rose to these challenges, or fell short. These famous leaders will come from a variety of fields including academia, government, law, public service, the military or journalism. We will hold small group discussions at certain points during the interviews or after the interviews to debate the decisions made by these leaders. Through discourse and deep reflection we aim to prepare students for their own leadership challenges of the future.

The course will be held Spring 2019 Quarter on Thursday evenings 5:30-6:50pm with dinner provided.
 CCSR 4205 sgyurdzh@stanford.edu
Th 5:30 (4/11, 5/9) MED 210 Principles and Practice of Healthcare Quality Improvement  Combination of in person sessions and online modules. You’ll gain hands on experience with the methods of quality improvement and have the opportunity to join a QI project at Stanford. Credit can be given in future quarter if unable to enroll due to credit constraints  LK 206 Ccalkins@stanford.edu

Friday

Day/Time Course Code Course Name Course Description Course Location Contact Information
F 12:30-1:20PM          

 

Weekend

Day/Time Course Code Course Name Course Description Course Location Contact Information
Saturday/Sunday Morning MED 282 Early Clinical Experience at the Cardinal Free Clinics Registration for MED 282 allows you to volunteer for additional shifts at the free clinics beyond those required for PoM or your Family Medicine Rotation. Furthermore, registration helps provide valuable support to help keep our doors open year to year. Lunch will be provided for all clinic volunteers! Arbor and PFC Sam Kim (samhkim@stanford.edu)

 

A list of previous quarters' seminars: