- Are you interested in children’s health?
- Are you interested in adult health?
- Do you want to learn more about how experiences in somebody’s life can impact their physiology?
- Are you interested in finding ways to address social disparities through healthcare?
The ACEs (Adverse Childhood Experiences) Student Task Force is hosting Dr. Stan Sonu on Wednesday, August 14 from 12:00 – 12:45PM for an LTT to discuss ACEs and the impact of childhood adversity on long-term health. Dr. Sonu is an Associate Program Director for the Internal Medicine Residency Program. He also holds positions in the Division of General Medicine & Geriatrics, Division of General Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine, and the Emory Preventive Medicine Program. He is an expert on childhood adversity, a wonderful physician, and a stellar communicator. Check out his TedTalk here!
Where: Emory University School of Medicine, Room 120. Food will not be provided so please bring your lunch to enjoy during the talk!
Feel free to email Annie with any questions.
During this lunch time talk, panelists will discuss issues of reproductive justice. Panelists will include Dr. Antoinnette Nguyen (a family planning physician at Emory and family planning researcher at the CDC), Megan Gordon-Kane (the public affairs coordinator at Feminist Women’s Health Center), and more TBD. Food and lively discussion will be provided!
The event will take place at the Emory School of Medicine building, room 120.
- 2929/08/2019http://www.hstatga.org/event/aces-bst-mode/In the month of August, the Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) learning series will proudly feature: you all!If you…
…then consider signing up to deliver a 5-minute bite-sized teaching presentation at our next event, on Thursday, August 29th at 6 pm, at Emory School of Medicine Room P190.If you’re feeling unsure, we have a number of suggested topics in the sign-up form that just may pique your interest! Please sign up by Sunday, August 4th here: https://forms.gle/LVocxN37Pr1qDZ4G7
- Participate in ACEs research
- Are passionate about an aspect of ACEs
- Would like to dive deep into the literature on an ACEs-related topic
- Heard an intriguing point about ACEs on a podcast or show
- Want to have an ACEs elevator speech to take to your small groups, patients, or just the world
- Want to practice teaching for the wards
- Want to refine your public speaking skills
- Or just want a cool addition to your CV