October 05, 2007
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Speakers scheduled for National Osteopathic Medicine Week

The Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine is celebrating National Osteopathic Medicine Week Oct. 15-19 to raise awareness of osteopathic medicine. Speakers and panel discussions are planned daily in Luibel Hall from noon to 1 pm. Topics include “What is a DO?,” cancer and obesity. A speech marking the Day of Compassion and the crash of Flight 5966 that claimed the lives of several faculty and staff members of the Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2004 is also planned.

National Osteopathic Medicine Week at TCOM
Oct. 15-19, 2007
Tentative Schedule

All events are from noon to 1 pm in Luibel Hall. Check the Medical Student Government Association’s Web site for updates.

Monday, Oct. 15
Speaker: Dr. Bruce Dubin, associate dean of academic affairs
Topic: Day of Compassion and Flight 5966

Tuesday, Oct. 16
Panel Discussion
Topic: What is a D.O. and how is OP&P incorporated into our practice?
Lunch sponsored by the Medical Student Government Association

Wednesday, Oct. 17
Telecast featuring Virginia Sports Medicine physician
Lunch sponsored by the Undergraduate Academy of Sports Medicine

Thursday, Oct. 18
Topic: Breast Cancer OR Colon Cancer
Lunch sponsored by the United Latin American Medical Students

Friday, Oct. 19
Topic: Obesity
Lunch sponsored by the Medicine/Public Health Initiative UNT HSC Logo


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