The Indiana University School of Medicine's Mini Medical School, a program open to the public, has four sessions scheduled this winter. They are a live taping of the Sound Medicine radio program (18 February), a hands-on experience at Fairbanks Hall Medical Simulation Center (24 February), a session on the aging brain and gender differences in coping and managing (3 March) and "Why are we getting fatter?" (10 March).
Details on each session, including time and location, are on the website along with registration information. There is no charge to participate, but space is limited.
For more information, contact Mechele Hodge, 317:278-3315, or Michelle Benberry, 317:274-7722.
Mini Medical School is sponsored by the Indiana University School of Medicine, the Indiana University National Center of Excellence in Women's Health and the IU School of Medicine Faculty Community Relations Committee. Presenters are faculty of the IU School of Medicine.