Signature Education Events

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North Texas Health Forum

This annual public health summit combines research and community interaction to address pressing disease state issues like asthma, alcohol abuse, infant mortality, childhood obesity and more. This forum has generated innovative solutions addressing gaps in health services. Alumni interested may attend, contribute research, speak or promote this initiative.

Health Disparities Conference

This conference is an annual scientific and clinically based event combining research and community interaction to delve deeper into specific diseases that show high cultural, age, or treatment disparities. Alumni are encouraged to attend, act as panelists, and support the university in their efforts to eliminate health and care disparities.

Research Appreciation Day

A UNT Health Science Center tradition, Research Appreciation Day provides an unforgettable experience for students, faculty, staff, and alumni to showcase their quality research. Alumni may present their research at this one-day event or serve as judges to determine the student prizes.

Health Literacy Symposium

This event helps prioritize health literacy in Tarrant County with a goal of engaging health care providers, partner organizations, and patients in a practice-based approach.

Primary Care Summit

The 2015 Primary Care Summit: Practical Strategies for Clinical Care is designed to provide relevant information on the management of day-to-day issues. This event will include a chronic disease update and ignite sessions on orthopaedics, women’s health, and cancer.

Inter-Professional Practice Symposium

The goal of this symposium is to promote collaboration between academics, the practice community and supporting health care agencies and organizations to highlight practical aspects of collaborative practice with a focus on academic and practice models demonstrating evidence of improved patient experience, outcomes and safety. The symposium includes a range of educators and practitioners discussing leading practices and case studies in both a large group and workshop-style settings.

This page was last modified on May 15, 2017