NINETEENTH NATIONAL CONFERENCE
ON PRIMARY HEALTH CARE ACCESS
THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 2008
QUESTION OF THE DAY: Doctor Charles Odegaard, the former President of the University of Washington insisted that every professional school within that institution, including the School of Medicine, seek ways to become relevant and important to the surrounding community and region (unleashing innovations that have lasted for 40 years).
Dr Odegaard, likely would continue to ask these questions of medical education leaders: Is what is taught in medical school and residency programs what the public needs? Are there ways to assure that medical education is relevant to the public needs?
GROUP 1 FOWKES, LEAD; BAIRD, BURNS, KIMBALL, LEWIS, MURRAY, ZOLLINGER
GROUP 2 RODOS, LEAD; L BURNETT, EASTMAN, FREEMAN, KASOVAC, LEROY, TROY
GROUP 3 WH BURNETT, LEAD; FLINDERS, HENLEY, MCCLELLAN, PRISLIN, SAULTZ, WILKE
GROUP 4 CHRISTMAN, LEAD; CLASEN, HALL, HERMAN, QUIRK, ROSS, SMITH
GROUP 5 PUGNO, LEAD; CLANCY, FREY, HAUGHTON, HIXON, OLSEN, SHORE
GROUP 6 BABITZ, LEAD; CRUZ, MAUDLIN, PALAFOX, RUSH-KOLODZEY, ZRYD