About the Event
The Kern National Network for Caring & Character in Medicine, of which Dell Med is a partner school, is pleased to present its discussion series, “Human Flourishing 2030.”
Imagine it’s 2030 and we live in a healthier world where health care learners, practitioners and patients are flourishing. What does that future look like, and what will it take to get there? We need your voice and participation to chart the way.
In this series, four sessions will examine influences — micro to macro — that are shaping and driving the vitality of health care learners, professionals and broader society over the next decade.
For more information about the event, email Sarah Williams.
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- Sue Cox, M.D., professor of medical education at Dell Medical School at The University of Texas at Austin and senior director for strategic engagement with the Kern National Network.
- Zack Timmons, M.D., emergency medicine resident at McGovern Medical School at The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston and co-founder of Good Apple LLC.
- Larry Speck (moderator), MArch, FAIA, W. L. Moody, Jr. Centennial Professor and Academy of Distinguished Teachers fellow at The University of Texas at Austin.
- Discuss how flourishing can provide a framework for improving community health in ways that go beyond direct patient care.
- Identify strategies within healthcare education and practice that elevate human flourishing among diverse local community members.
- Explore how human-centered design approaches can be used to create systematic change that promotes community wellness and flourishing.
Dell Medical School is part of the Kern National Network (KNN), which includes seven founding member medical schools from across the nation.