2010 – 2011
University of Connecticut, School of Medicine
Hartford Medical Society
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[Lectures are at 7:00 p.m. in the Health Center's Low Learning Center. Most dates, but not all, are the 3rd Tuesday of the month. See below for details.]
19 October 2010 -7:00 pm
“The Flexner Report at 100: An Enduring Legacy in Medical Education.”
Bruce M. Koeppen, M.D., Ph.D.Professor of Medicine.
School of Medicine, University of Connecticut.
16 November 2010 -7:00 pm
“Connecticut Hospice: The First Hospice Program in the U.S.”
Louis Gonzalez. Administrator.
Connecticut Hospice, Branford, CT.
14 December 2010 -7:00 pm
“19th-century U.S. Writers and the Medical Exposé.”
Sharon Harris, Ph.D. Director,
Humanities Institute, University of Connecticut.
15 February 2011 -7:00 pm
“The Hospitalist Program at Hartford Hospital.”
April Goller, DO.
Internal Medicine, Hartford Hospital.
15 March 2011 -7:00 pm
“Civil War Medicine: Myth, Maggots, Mini Balls, Gangrene and Glory. ”
Carolyn Ivanoff. Civil War Preservation Trust.
Assistant Principal, Shelton Intermediate School, CT.
14 April 2011 -7:00 pm [ ** 2nd Thursday of the month ]
“Disease and Environmental Thinking in the Early Colonies.”
Karen Ordahl Kupperman, Ph.D., Professor.
Department of History, New York University.
Author of “The Jamestown Project,” (Harvard University Press, 2009.)
17 May 2011 -7:00 pm
“ Therapeutic Experience and Expectations in the Early U.S. Republic.”
Catherine L. Thompson, Ph.D. Assistant Professor-in-Residence.
History Department, University of Connecticut.