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Rural Speakers Series

The Rural Speaker Series is a program hosted by RUUTE where providers from various rural and/or underserved areas of Utah virtually present to health science students about what their work consists of, challenges, tips, and benefits of working in this field. Health Science students of any year are invited to attend and learn from our speakers. This event is typically on a weekday from 12:00 - 1:00 PM. Time commitment: 1 hour

For details about upcoming sessions of the Rural Speaker Series, email elise.longnecker@hsc.utah.edu

Please see below for upcoming Rural Speaker Events

Returning in August

TBA

 

We also have a collection of Rural Speakers Series that have been recorded and can be viewed here. 

Date Speaker Specialty Zoom Recording
August 28, 2020 Emily Poff, MD

Family Medicine & Obstetrics

Rural Speaker Series
September 10, 2020 Mark Hansen, MD General Surgery Rural Speaker Series
September 18, 2020 Spencer Naser, MD Family Medicine Rural Speaker Series
September 24, 2020 Donna Mathis FNP-BC Family Medicine Rural Speaker Series
October 12, 2020 Mattson Mathey, MD Family Medicine Rural Speaker Series
October 23, 2020 Danielle Howa Pendergrass, DNP Women's Health Rural Speaker Series
November 5, 2020 Jessie Kerr, MD Pediatrics Rural Speaker Series
November 19, 2020 Steven Flynn, MD Emergency Medicine Rural Speaker Series
January 15, 2021 Jeff Chapell, MD Family Medicine Rural Speaker Series
February 18, 2021 Natalie Como, MD Internal Medicine Rural Speaker Series
March 10, 2021 Jacqueline Hardenbrook, MD Pediatrics Rural Speaker Series
April 13, 2021 Stephanie Lyden, MD Neurology/Telehealth Rural Speaker Series
April 30, 2021 Shane Gagon. MD Family Medicine Rural Speaker Series

 

 

To find more ways to donate towards rural medical student scholarships, please visit the University of Utah School of Medicine Alumni Association website.

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CONTACT US

Please contact the RUUTE Team with any questions, concerns, or suggestions. 

Email: RUUTE@umail.utah.edu