1. Monday, November 21, 2016

    Presented By:
    Kathy Hirsh-Pasek, PhD

    Dr. Hirsh-Pasek, will evaluate the evidence supporting the role of free play and playful learning in helping children to develop the essential skills needed to succeed in today’s workforce. She’ll touch on the factors that precipitate collaboration, communication, self confidence, critical thinking skills - and more.

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  2. Wednesday May 18, 2016

    Presented by:
    James Withers, M.D.

    Founder and medical director of Operation Safety Net®, Pittsburgh Mercy’s award-winning, innovative medical and social service outreach program to people who are experiencing chronic homelessness.

    Dr. Withers and Operation Safety Net have been recognized internationally with numerous awards and honors for their work. Recently, Dr. Withers was named one of the 2015 Top 10 CNN Heroes. As an innovative model of care, Operation Safety Net is being replicated or studied in cities throughout the world.

    In 2005, Dr. Withers established the annual International Street Medicine Symposia to foster collaboration in the care of those sleeping on the streets across the globe. In 2008, Dr. Withers created the Street Medicine Institute to help other communities establish street medicine programs, improve existing practice, and create student learning opportunities in street medicine. They currently have partners in cities in North, South, and Central America; Europe, Africa, and Asia.

    TOPICS OF DISCUSSION

    Street Medicine is a new approach to health care delivery in which medical services are brought directly into the campsites, along the river banks, and to the abandoned buildings where the unsheltered homeless live. Lessons from working in the reality of this super utilizer population can create positive changes within healthcare field and improve the population health within the community. Also, understanding the evolution of the global street medicine movement and the implications to the medical field and care delivery systems is crucial. A communal based approach is key to one day solving the homelessness crisis we are all seeing in today’s society.

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  3. Wednesday March 16, 2016

    Presented by

    James Andrews, M.D.

    Dr. Andrews is an orthopedic surgeon in sports medicine and a pioneer in arthroscopic surgery. His patients and consultations include Michael Jordan, Tiger Woods, Derek Jeter, Vince Carter, Emmitt Smith, Shaquille O’Neal, Albert Pujols, Drew Brees, Brett Favre, Roger Clemens, John Smoltz, Charles Barkley, Jack Nicklaus, Hope Solo, Bo Jackson, Troy Aikman, Emmitt Smith, and both Manning brothers.

    In 2010, Sports Illustrated named him as one of the top forty most influential people in the NFL. He is the team doctor for Auburn University, the University of Alabama, the Washington Redskins, and the Tampa Bay Rays. Dr. Andrews is also the Medical Director of the Ladies Professional Golf Association. He is a founder of the American Sports Medicine Institute (ASMI) in Birmingham, Alabama, and the Andrews Research and Education Institute in Gulf Breeze, Florida. He has mentored more than 314 Orthopaedic/Sports Medicine Fellows and more than 84 primary care sports medicine Fellows who have trained under him through these Sports Medicine Fellowship Programs.

    Dr. Andrews is known and recognized for his skills as an Orthopaedic surgeon as well as his scientific and clinic research contributions in knee, shoulder and elbow injury prevention and treatment. In addition, he has made major presentations around the world, and has authored numerous scientific articles and books. He has recently written a book, Any Given Monday, about prevention of youth sports injuries and how to prevent them for athletes, parents and coaches. Dr. Andrews serves on the Medical and Safety Advisory Committee of USA Baseball and on the Board of Little League Baseball, Inc.

    Dr. Andrews was the recipient of the 2014 NCAA President’s Gerald R. Ford Award that honors an individual who has provided significant leadership in the role of advocate for intercollegiate athletics and has done so on a continuous basis over the course of their career, presented at the NCAA Annual Meeting. He was inducted as a member of the “Louisiana Legends” and also named by the State of Louisiana as one of 200 most influential people in Louisiana history since Statehood. Doctor Andrews was also awarded the “Mr. Sports Medicine” award of the AOSSM at the annual meeting in 2014. Doctor Andrews was inducted into the AOSSM Hall of Fame at the annual meeting on July 10, 2015. He was presented the honor and rank of Distinguished Eagle Scout on July 23, 2015. Doctor Andrews was selected to the University of West Alabama Athletics’ Hall of Fame on August 24, 2015.

    TOPICS OF DISCUSSION

    Every year more than 3.5 million children will require medical treatment for sports-related injuries, the majority of which are avoidable through proper training and awareness. These young athletes are specializing in sports at an earlier age and it has led to a widespread increase of injuries to the adolescents. There are many risks to youth injuries and we need to help bring to light ways to help prevent youth injuries due to specialization and professionalism. There are various resources to help prevent youth injuries and help “slow down” the athlete. Dr. Andrews will distill his practical wisdom and professional advice to combat a growing epidemic of injuries among sports’ most vulnerable population: its young athletes.

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  4. Wednesday, January 20, 2016

    Presented by:
    Francis Delmonico, M.D., F.A.C.S.

    Professor of Surgery Harvard Medical School at the Massachusetts General Hospital, where he is Emeritus Director of Renal Transplantation. He has been a member of the MGH Department of Surgery for nearly 35 years. He is Immediate Past-President of The Transplantation Society and appointed as an Advisor to the World Health Organization in matters of organ donation and transplantation since 2006.

    Dr. Delmonico is the Medical Director of the New England Organ Bank since 1995. In addition, he is the Executive Director of the Declaration of Istanbul Custodian Group: declarationofistanbul.org

    In 2005, Dr. Delmonico was elected President of the United Network for Organ Sharing (UNOS), the federally designated Organ Procurement Transplant Network (OPTN) that oversees the practice of transplantation in the United States. He served on numerous UNOS Committees, and was elected by his colleagues in New England as its regional representative to UNOS Board of Trustees in 1988.

    Dr. Delmonico has been an invited lecturer and Visiting Professor in numerous cities and universities in more than 70 countries throughout the world. He was awarded an Honorary Doctorate from the Pan American University of Mexico City. He has authored or co-authored more than 300 publications, including in the New England Journal of Medicine, Lancet, the Journal of the American Medical Association and the New York Times. He has appeared on numerous television and radio programs including Nightline, Good Morning America, CBS Sunday Morning America, Bloomberg News and NPR News.

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  5. Thursday, November 12, 2015

    Presented by:
    Robert H. Lustig, M.D., M.S.L.
    Division of Endocrinology, Department of Pediatrics
    Institute for Health Policy Studies
    University of California, San Francisco
    Adjunct Faculty, UC Hastings College of the Law
    President, Institute for Responsible Nutrition

    Dr. Lustig is a neuroendocrinologist, whose research focuses on the regulation of energy balance by the central nervous system. He is currently investigating the contribution of nutritional, neural, hormonal, and genetic influences in the expression of the current obesity epidemic and diabetes both in children and adults. He has been attempting to link the science of our obesity and diabetes epidemics with rational policy changes. Dr. Lustig graduated from MIT in 1976, and received his M.D. from Cornell University Medical College in 1980, and his Masters of Studies of Law from UC Hastings College of the Law in 2013. He is the author of many articles, chapters, and reviews on childhood obesity, including the academic volume “Obesity before birth”, and the popular books “Fat Chance: beating the odds against sugar, processed food, obesity, and disease” and “The Fat Chance Cookbook”. He is also President of The Institute for Responsible Nutrition, a non-profit dedicated to eradicating childhood obesity and Type 2 diabetes, by changing the global food supply.

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