22nd National Conference on Primary Health Care Access: Third Day Agenda – Wednesday, April 20, 2011

The San Francisco Bay Bridge viewed from the Hyatt Regency San Francisco
The San Francisco Bay Bridge viewed from the Hyatt Regency San Francisco

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

6:30 AM – 8:00 AM Working Breakfasts in Preassigned Groups

8:10 AM – 12:00 PM Third Plenary Session

8:10 AM Opening Statement of Third Plenary Session by Session Moderator

8:15 AM The Eighteenth Charles E. Odegaard Lecture

Charles Q. North MD, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque

8:45 AM Audience Questions and Comments (Lead Question: Dr Kahn)

8:55 AM Decentralizing Medical Education to the Teaching Health Center and Rural Training Track

Kevin Murray, MD, Multicare Health Organization, Tacoma, Washington

Robert Maudlin, Pharm. D., Family Medicine Spokane, Washington

9:20 AM Audience Questions and Comments (Lead Question: Dr Clover)

9:30 a.m. Decentralizing to Where?: Issues in  and Technical Tools for Defining Underserved Communities

Marc E. Babitz, MD

J. Scott Christman

William H. Burnett

9:55 AM Audience Questions and Responses (Lead Question: Mr Henderson)

10:05 AM Partnerships in Decentralizing Medical Education: Past Experience and Future Strategies

Virginia Fowkes, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California

Thomas C. Hines, MD, Boston Medical Center

10:35 AM Audience Questions and Responses (Lead Question: Dr McKennett)

10:45 AM  The Internet and the Healthcare Workforce

Lee Burnett, DO, Student Doctor Network

Anna Peck, Student Doctor Network

Laura E. Turner, Student Doctor Network

11:05 AM Audience Questions and Comments (Lead Question: Dr Hara)

11:15 AM Decentralizing Medical Education to Promote Primary Health Care Access: Roundtable Discussion on Conference Themes

Enrique Fernandez, MD

Robert Ross, MD

11:35 AM Audience Questions and Comments (Lead Question: Dr Kasovac)

11:40 Discussion of Programmatic Themes for the Twenty-third National Conferences

Ana Bejinez-Eastman, MD, Discussion Leader, and Conference as a Whole

11:50 AM Summary of Conference Themes

Jay W. Lee, MD