November 21, 2019

Coordinators of Gun Violence & Physicians among winners of national poster competition

The American Medical Association recently recognized the efforts of several McGovern Medical School students and faculty member, Sandra McKay, MD.  The team won the student category for “Medical Education or Wellness Innovation” at this year’s EXPO Research Symposium Poster Competition,…


August 21, 2019

Michael Bagg writes opinion piece on studying gun violence

Michael Bagg recently wrote an opinion piece for the Houston Chronicle. In the piece, Bagg, a student of McGovern Medical School, briefly discusses his role in developing the blue book elective, “Gun Violence and Physicians: What You Need to Know,”…


August 15, 2019

Gun Violence and Physicians blue book discussed in AAMCNews

Since Spring 2018, Gun Violence and Physicians: What You Need to Know has been offered as a blue book elective at McGovern Medical School. Sponsored by the McGovern Center, the course was developed by medical students Michael Bagg and Marina…


August 1, 2019

McGovern Center electives and programs featured in Year in Review

McGovern Medical School’s annual Year in Review, At the Epicenter of Trauma, features several offerings of the McGovern Center. “Medical Education: Beyond the Classroom” shares about innovative approaches in learning environments.  One such example is Deconstructing Dementia: Mitigating Memory Loss…


March 5, 2019

Gun Violence and Physicians blue book highlighted in campus story

Physicians are integral in treating injuries suffered from a gunshot wound, but what is their role in the broader conversation of prevention and awareness? A blue book course created by students at McGovern Medical School at UTHealth seeks to answer…


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