Mosquito-borne Diseases, RNC Street Medics and Medical Improv

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On The Sound of Ideas, we’ll learn about the dreaded mosquito, and how nations around the world are impacted by Zika and other mosquito-borne diseases. Then we’ll hear from volunteers training to be street medics during the RNC. They’ll learn how to recognize someone who's been tear-gased or tazed, and get them help, if the worst should happen. Finally, we'll learn how the “Yes, and” technique of improv is helping the medical community better interact with patients. 

 

Resources:

Science Cafe - There is more to mosquito-borne diseases than Zika, May 9, 2016 - Doors will be open 5:30 - 9:00 PM (Last call at 8:45PM). Presentation and discussion is 7:00 - 8:00 PM. 

The Music Box Supper Club - Concert Hall, 1148 Main Avenue

Guests: 

-Dr. Daniel Tisch, Associate Professor, Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine

-Dr. Ronald Blanton, Professor, Department of Global Health and Disease, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine

-Charles Schiavone, Co-Coordinator, Rust Belt Medics

-Dr. Anne Wise, Family Physician, Neighborhood Family Practice 

-Gloria Tavera, Co-Organizer of Street Medic training in July, Case Western Reserve University Medical/PhD Student

-Dr. Carolyn Chan, First Year Resident, Internal Medicine, University Hospitals

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