Nathan Carlin to present at Medical Speaker Conference
Rice University‘s Second Annual Medical Speaker Conference will be held on Saturday, February 8 in McMurtry Auditorium in Duncan Hall. The theme for this year’s conference is “A Boon or Burden?: The Role of Technology for the Modern Doctor,” and will feature presentations such as “Doctors, Technology, and the Moral Obligation to Offer the Digital Touch,” by Bryan Vartabedian, MD, and “A Decade of Healthcare IT: No Pain, No Gain?” by John Joe, MD. Center faculty member, Nathan Carlin, PhD, will present, “Doctors and Dr. Seuss: A Case Study for Medical Humanities.” The conference, presented by the Rice Pre-Medical Society, is open to the public although registration is required through web form. The complete lecture schedule is also available through the registration form.