The CMU College of Medicine and The Temple Theatre invite you to the Mini Medical School presented by Health Advantage Credit Union. This program will provide up-to-date, relevant health education to members of the Great Lakes Bay Region. With a focus on improving the health of our community, this program will address a variety of current health topics. Each of the monthly sessions will include a lecture by nationally recognized healthcare providers. For more Information and to register visit: www.templetheatre.com/minimedschool -----------
April 23: "Diabetes: The Real vs. Fake News," with CMU's Dr. Sethu Reddy, professor of internal medicine. April 30: An expert panel discussion will follow a screening of the documentary "Paper Tigers," about a trauma-sensitive high school program. May 28: "Trauma-Informed Care: Addressing Adverse Childhood Experiences," with Dr. Alison Arnold, director of CMU's Interdisciplinary Center for Community Health and Wellness and master adverse childhood experiences trainer. June 25: "Surgical Management of Stroke," with Dr. Joseph Adel of Ascension Medical Group. July 23: "Obesity: Causes, Complications and Care Options," with Dr. Amandeep Dhaliwal, family medicine physician with CMU Health, and Dr. Chad Ringley, general and bariatric surgeon at Covenant HealthCare. Aug. 27: "Stop the Bleed Program: The Life You Save May Be Your Own," with Dr. Robert Sasso, CMU Health director of medical simulation, and Michele Mora, registered nurse. Sept. 24: "Healthy Legs: Understanding Peripheral Arterial and Venous Disease," with Dr. John Blebea, professor of surgery, CMU College of Medicine.