Though we have had to temporarily put our in person events on hold, we have several virtual events worth attending.
Bi-weekly presentations with guests speakers and CME credit.
Due to COVID-19 our events are on hold. Below is a list of the types of events usually
scheduled during the year
Business of Medicine Dinners: CME and Ethics CME programs concerning
medicine’s hot topics
Annual Awards Dinner, Annual Installation Dinner
Weekend Warm-Ups: Unique, social events
Family Socials: Fun activities for the whole family
First Tuesdays at the Capitol: Physician lobby days during Texas Legislative sessions
2021 Ken Shine Prize Lecture
A Conversation with Anthony S. Fauci, MD
Thursday, Jan 14
8:00 to 8:45 am
ahead of time to receive a Zoom link
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed our lives in countless ways that we’re just beginning to realize. Few people have the combination of experience, access, and insight to understand that better than this year’s Ken Shine Prize in Health Leadership honoree: Anthony S. Fauci, M.D.Awarded to leaders who make significant advancements in health, Dell Med’s annual Ken Shine Prize brings us closer to visionaries in health, and that’s particularly true this year.
Please join us for a conversation with Dr. Fauci and Dean Clay Johnston as they discuss what comes after the COVID-19 pandemic: What have we learned? How can we sustain motivation for preparedness in non-pandemic times? How can we restore the public’s faith in science and protect our scientific branches of government from politicization? And much more.
Join us for this opportunity to learn more about the Child
Psychiatry Access Network (CPAN) and how it can help you.
Thursday, Jan 14, 2021
Dell Medical School Grand Rounds
Dell Med Grand Rounds is a school-wide series featuring world-renowned and mission-aligned speakers who are leaders in advancing health and health care. Grand Rounds events (now presented virtually) are open to health professionals, the larger Central Texas community and beyond. We invite you to join us and to explore past presentations and conversations.
Central Health uses data and community feedback to ensure Travis County residents with low income or no health insurance get quality health coverage and services. One of the leading tools Central Health uses to collect and report data is its Demographic Report.
Join us for a series of Q&A sessions on the 2020 Demographic Report to learn more about specific findings. All sessions are from 11:30 a.m. - 12 p.m.
- Friday, December 11: Access, Enrollment & Utilization
- Friday, December 18: Disease Prevalence
If you missed the first session on population & poverty trends, you can watch the recording here.