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StrategyShare19 registration now open

Jun. 5, 2019, 3:12 PM

 

StrategyShare19 is an annual, interactive event at Vanderbilt University Medical Center (VUMC) showcases innovations and initiatives to advance the Medical Center’s Strategic Directions, and event organizers are encouraging any member of the VUMC community to register to attend.

This year’s event on June 18 focuses on Design for Patients and Families, one of the four Strategic Directions, and several patients will be sharing how their lives were positively impacted by innovative technology and techniques applied to their medical care.

“StrategyShare19 will be an exciting, energizing day for us to take a creative pause, learn and grow together,” said event emcee Shari Barkin, MD. “We will have speakers from across the organization, as well as panel discussions featuring patients and their families. I welcome all members of the VUMC community to attend in person or via live stream.”

StrategyShare19 is an initiative of the VUMC Strategic Directions team, which is led by Reed Omary, MD, MS, Professor and Chair of Radiology, and Jennifer Pietenpol, PhD, Executive Vice President for Research and director of the Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center, with the support of William Stead, MD, Chief Strategy Officer for VUMC.

The half-day event will be held in Langford Auditorium, from 12:30 p.m. until 5 p.m., and is open to all members the VUMC community. Register for StrategyShare19 at https://redcap.vanderbilt.edu/surveys/?s=WMF3RT8JKD. For additional information, visit www.vumc.org/strategy/strategyshare19.

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