2020 UCSF Fresno Virtual Mini Med School
Sept. 15 | Sept. 22 | Sept. 29 | Oct. 6 | Oct. 13 | Oct. 20
Time: 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. PDT
Location: Zoom Webinar
UCSF Fresno, the San Joaquin Valley’s largest physician-training program, is proud to present the ninth installment of Mini Med School. During this virtual public lecture series, attendees will hear from UCSF Fresno experts and learn about local trends in medicine and health sciences. The six session series will take place on Tuesday evenings, from Sept. 15 – Oct. 20, 2020.
*Lectures include mature topics. Attendees should be at least 17 years of age.
2020 Mini Med Virtual Topics
- Sept. 15: COVID-19 Community Response
- Sept. 22: Critical Care In the Sky and on Land
- Sept. 29: Healthy Inside and Out
- Oct. 6: The Importance of Mental Health
- Oct. 13: Internal Medicine Experts in the Central Valley
- Oct. 20: Medical Education in Your Community
Mini Med School Session Videos
Mini Med School sessions will be made available to the public on YouTube after every session. Please click on a link below to access program recordings.
Mini Med School Photo Gallery
This is great opportunity for students to decide to go to medical line.
My daughter took this as a freshman. She just graduated from CAL and is completing her secondaries for med school. If that’s your path, it’s a good course!
I truly enjoy these classes and appreciate their educational value, which is for everyone. Looking forward to next year's classes.
About UCSF Fresno: UCSF Fresno Medical Education Program is a branch campus of UCSF, the leading institution dedicated exclusively to the health sciences. Established in 1975, UCSF Fresno is focused on improving health in California’s San Joaquin Valley through excellence in teaching and patient care, innovative clinical research and community partnerships. UCSF Fresno is the largest physician-training program between Sacramento and Los Angeles – training more than 300 physicians and 300 rotating medical students each year. Nearly 700 UCSF core and volunteer faculty at UCSF Fresno care for thousands of patients annually and train the next generation of outstanding clinicians and patient advocates. Fifty percent of the physicians trained at UCSF Fresno stay in the Valley to provide UCSF care. In addition, UCSF Fresno helps prepare middle, high school and college students for careers in health and medicine through a variety of pipeline programs.