The University of Tennessee Medical Center is offering Mini-Medical School, a six-week series of classes for the general public interested in learning more about diseases, diagnosis and treatment.
On Oct. 2, Tara Burnette, MD will be discussing Born Too Soon - Understanding Prematurity and Robert F. Elder, MD will be discussing Today's Hysterectomy, both part of the Center for Women's Health.
On Oct. 9, Kevin M. Martinolich, MD and will be discussing how to deal with sleeping disorders and Stuart J. Bresee, MD will be discussing Drug Eluting Stents all part of the Heart, Lung and Vascular Institute.
The classes will be held on Thursday evenings at 6:30 p.m. in the Medical Center's Wood Auditorium. The program costs $40 and includes all course materials, parking and refreshments.
Public can learn medicine in UT Mini-Medical School
Published: Thu Oct 02, 2003 | Modified: Sat Aug 06, 2005 05:25 p.m.