The UCSF Osher Mini Medical School is designed to provide members of the community the opportunity to see and hear what goes on every day in UCSF’s classrooms and research labs with lectures from the same faculty who are on the front lines, teaching students in the health professions. Mini Med addresses the accelerating public interest in the scientific knowledge behind the health headlines, the role of the consumer in health care decision making, and each citizen’s role in participating in the shaping of health policy.
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Fees (Fall 2013)
- 1 Course: $75
- 2 Courses: $130
- 3 Courses: $185
- Single Session*: $20
(with valid student ID at registration): $30 per series
To register, call (415) 476-5808.
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Winter 2014 Course Series NEW!
February 6 – March 13, 2014
Thursday evenings, 7:00 – 8:30 PM; 513 Parnassus
Stay tuned! Another series of courses are planned for early 2014! One course will focus on health reform, and the Affordable Care Act – the UCSF Osher Mini Medical School in collaboration with The Philip R. Lee Institute for Health Policy Studies – presents “Health Reform at the Crossroads: How We Got to the ACA and Where We Go from Here”.
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Winter 2014 Courses
Medical Detectives: Inside the Mind of Great Physicians
Feb 6 – Mar 13
Health Reform at the Crossroads: How We Got to the ACA and Where We Go from Here