Distinguished speaker Rust discusses optimal, equitable health outcomes

July 10, 2009

George Rust, M.D., will discuss real-world research to achieve optimal and equitable health outcomes at the next University of North Texas Health Science Center Distinguished Speaker Series event.  Rust is the director of the National Center for Primary Care at Morehouse School of Medicine in Atlanta, Ga.

Rust has spent the past 17 years teaching, researching and developing programs at Morehouse.  He is board-certified in both family practice and preventive medicine, and is a professor of family medicine with a joint faculty appointment in the Department of Community Health and Preventive Medicine. He graduated from Loyola University School of Medicine and completed family medicine residency training at Cook County Hospital in Chicago and holds a Master of Public Health degree from University of Illinois-Chicago.

See the Health Science Center’s Professional and Continuing Education (PACE) Web site for more information.

Topic: "Real-World Research to Achieve Optimal and Equitable Health Outcomes"
Date:
Thursday, July 23
Time: 5:30 – 7: 45 p.m.
Location: Luibel Hall & Atrium. Open to the public.

Reception following.

 

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