Calgarians of all ages interested in health are invited to become doctors of their own bodies as the University’s mini-med school winter session kicks off today.
Mini-med school is offered by the University of Calgary to anyone interested in the inner workings of their bodies and medicinal health in general.
Co-organizer and professor at the U of C Dr. David Severson told Metro the program is more than public education.
“It’s a community service or awareness but it is so much more than that. What’s different about this is people will learn the combination of science and medicine,” Severson said.
There are a variety of lectures focusing on different topics such as liver disease, kidneys and tonight’s topic is “When good drugs go bad.”
Registrations can be done by visiting www.cme.ucalgary.caor calling Cynthia at 220-6493 or email email@example.com. Sessions are $35 each or $250 for the entire series.
Be your own doc at U of C’s mini-med school
Calgarians of all ages interested in health are invited to becomedoctors of their own bodies as the University’s mini-med school wintersession kicks off today.<br />