Past Events › Healthcare Students

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MCO CityWide

  September CityWide at Penn! We're kicking off the year with a great speaker on a wonderful topic! Dan Hussar, PharmD, faculty at USciences, 2017 recipient of the Remington Award, and MCO Board Member, will be speaking on "Being Christian on a Secular Campus". Whether you're coming from a Christian campus or returning to a secular one, this discussion will be valuable, and the food will be delicious!  Sign up so we know you're coming! Email Lauren with any questions.  

MCO CityWide: “Medical Marriages”

  Medical marriages can face challenges unique to the field. Come hear from a panel of local med students, residents, and attendings about marriage the medical way; light dinner included. Join us on February 9 at 6 PM in Evans Hall 202 at Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine.  Please email Lauren to register or with questions at the link below.

MCO Welcome BBQ

All healthcare students and personnel are invited to an MCO Welcome BBQ at the home of  Karen Fritz! New students are especially encouraged to come to meet upper classmen and practicing clinicians. Good food, games, and a time for worship will be provided.

From Ashes to Roses

Please join Medical Campus Outreach for a discussion with Monique Ruberu MD, local OB/Gyn and leader in the difficult work of pro-life advocacy. Come hear testimonies of involvement and struggle, and find out how you might contribute yourself. This vital issue is always important, always in the news. Free lunch will be included and her new book will be for sale during the event at a discount.

Science & Christianity: Friends or Foes?

Please join Medical Campus Outreach and the PCOM Christian Medical Association for a night of conversation about what is sometimes a love-hate relationship between Christianity and Science. Keith Herzog, MD, and Jessie Taylor, PhD, will share their views and lead our discussion. A light dinner will be provided.

Wounded Healers

Hangouts Meet (Virtual)

It is an understatement to say that 2020 was a challenge— while patients battled physical and emotional illness our frontline workers often suffered in silence. What emotional trauma does working in healthcare bring, what are its signs and symptoms, and what might be done about it? Join Medical Campus Outreach and a panel of clinicians—Joyce David MD, Adam O'Neill PA, and Kristin Welch CRNP—for an enlightening and possibly therapeutic panel discussion. Register Here