Health care is changing fast. Everything we understand about what it is to be a physician is changing. Yet we continue to train doctors for 20th century care.
So the minds at Stanford’s Medicine X thought the subject could use a little discussion. They’re moving the chains with a transformative new meeting about medical education, Medicine X | ed. This fall on the campus of the Stanford University School of Medicine, Medicine X | ed will rethink the future of medical education with a lineup of provocative TED-style talks, learning labs, hands-on workshops and social events that will blow your mind.
If you have any skin in #meded or you’re just fascinated with the future of medicine, you should be at Medicine X | ed. Here’s why:
It’s anti-disciplinary. From patients and psychologists to humanist scholars, MedX | ed is built on the idea that the solutions to some of medical education’s greatest challenges sit beyond the ivory covered walls of traditional education. This meeting brings thinkers from beyond mainstream academia to retool how we are creating the next generation of healers. With a beginner’s mind and a thirst for change, this meeting will examine medical education through an entirely new new lens.
It’s about more than the flipped classroom. Medicine X | ed will move beyond buzzwords and deliver a full-on program that allows participants to open the white coat and think about how medical education will truly evolve.
It is attracting some of the world’s most forward-thinking educators. This meeting will bring you elbow-to-elbow with some of medicine’s most disruptive minds. And your participation will open you up to a new family of MedX health champions working to change the world from the bottom up.
Medicine X is one of medicine’s most trusted brands. Under the discriminating stewardship of Dr. Larry Chu, Medicine X has grown beyond a meeting of thought leaders to a global health movement. And beyond the compelling curriculum is the fact that Medicine X is held in the beautiful Li Ka Shing Center on the campus of Stanford School of Medicine. The palatial surroundings are surpassed only by the personal attention and camaraderie every participant seems to feel. For regulars, MedX feels like summer camp.
As 20th century medicine collapses under the weight of a new digital order, medical education is in desperate need of disruption. Come and be part of that change at Medicine X | ed. I hope to see you there.
Register now on the Medicine X website.