Eighteenth National Conference Morning Breakout Groups: 4-17-07

Eighteenth National Conference on Primary Health Care Access
Breakfast Breakout Groups
Tuesday, April 17, 2007
ASSIGNMENT (All Breakfast Breakout Groups)
You are a task force of the Eighteenth National Conference on Primary Health Care Access.  You have negotiated access for your task force to the majority of the country’s medical students, as well to the pool of applicants to medical schools.  You have received permission to present ideas that you have developed in ways that you believe will be influential.
Before you can access the groups, however, you are required to do the following:
(1) develop consensus within your task force of what you would like the students to know about primary health care access (limited to no more than three distinct messages), (2) develop at least a rough outline of how each message will be phrased, and (3) prioritize in which order you would like to see the messages presented to the students and applicants.
GROUP ONE: Clasen, Lead; Clancy, Eastman, Kasovac, Roberts and Smith
GROUP TWO: Maudlin, Lead; Cobb, Flinders, McCanne, Olsen and Ross
GROUP THREE:  Fowkes, Lead; Babitz, Curry, McConarty, Susman and Zweifler
GROUP FOUR: LeRoy, Lead; Boltri, Freeman, McKennett and Zollinger
GROUP FIVE: Rodos, Lead; W. Burnett, Catinella, Clover, Ganiats and Macken
GROUP SIX: Henley, Lead; Cambanis, De Haven, Morioka-Douglas and Tindall
GROUP SEVEN: North, Lead; Christman, Dine’ Chacon, Jafri, Newton and Troy

Eighteenth National Conference on Primary Health Care Access

Morning Breakout Groups

Tuesday, April 17, 2007

ASSIGNMENT (All Morning Breakout Groups)

You are a task force of the Eighteenth National Conference on Primary Health Care Access.  You have negotiated access for your task force to the majority of the country’s medical students, as well to the pool of applicants to medical schools. You have received permission to present ideas that you have developed in ways that you believe will be influential.

Before you can access the groups, however, you are required to do the following:

(1) develop consensus within your task force of what you would like the students to know about primary health care access (limited to no more than three distinct messages),

(2) develop at least a rough outline of how each message will be phrased, and

(3) prioritize in which order you would like to see the messages presented to the students and applicants.

GROUP ONE: Clasen, Lead; Clancy, Eastman, Kasovac, Roberts and Smith

GROUP TWO: Maudlin, Lead; Cobb, Flinders, McCanne, Olsen and Ross


GROUP THREE:  Fowkes, Lead; Babitz, Curry, McConarty, Susman and Zweifler


GROUP FOUR: LeRoy, Lead; Boltri, Freeman, McKennett and Zollinger


GROUP FIVE: Rodos, Lead; W. Burnett, Catinella, Clover, Ganiats and Macken

GROUP SIX: Henley, Lead; Cambanis, De Haven, Morioka-Douglas and Tindall


GROUP SEVEN: North, Lead; Christman, Dine’ Chacon, Jafri, Newton and Troy