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Students and faculty interested in health care of the future and health related careers are encouraged to attend the panel presentation:“The Health Professional Team: Windows to the Future” featuring health professionals from the University of Maryland, Baltimore.
 
A panel of UMB faculty will discuss 
·         their work as health professionals 
·         UMB programs in medicine, nursing, pharmacy, law, social work and physical therapy.
 
When: March 29. 6:00pm – 7:30 pm.
Where: 1101 Biosciences Research Building. University of Maryland College Park
 
Learn about the collaborative approach to health challenges, the broad array of career opportunities in the health professions, and the details of the University of Maryland, Baltimore programs. Hear stories from professionals that describe complex medication related issues, the role of clinical studies and bench research in advancing patient care, how health policy is developed, and the role of inter-professional health care teams.
 
See panelist information at this site: http://www.ugst.umd.edu/healthteampanel.html
 
Following the panel presentation, presenters will be available for questions and conversation.
 
This event highlights the MPowering the State collaboration between the University of Maryland, Baltimore and University of Maryland, College Park to increase opportunities for students and strengthen the state’s innovation economy. http://ter.ps/jf
 
For information please contact:
Ann C. Smith. Office of Undergraduate Studies. [log in to unmask] 301 405-9363.

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