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RX: The Quiet Revolution

Connecticut’s three schools of medicine are collaborating to present this documentary on October 20 at Real Art Ways in Hartford and October 22 at Criterion Cinemas in New Haven.

6:30–7:15 p.m. • Wine and cheese in lobby
7:30–8:45 p.m. • Screening of documentary
8:45–9:30 p.m. • Panel discussion with clinical
primary care faculty from the Frank H. Netter MD
School of Medicine at Quinnipiac University, the
UConn School of Medicine and the Yale School of
Medicine, as well as community-based practicing
clinicians and a representative from the state
Office of the Healthcare Advocate.

Medical students are encouraged to attend.

“Rx: The Quiet Revolution”
A staggering 50 percent of American adults
suffer from a chronic disease such as diabetes,
heart disease, obesity and arthritis—and one in
four has two or more chronic health conditions.
Across America a quiet revolution is happening
in medicine. Physicians, nurses and other health
care professionals are placing the patient at the
center of their practice and transforming the
way medical care is delivered, while lowering
costs and improving outcomes.

For more information and to RSVP, visit attend.com/QuietRevolution or contact Dr. H. Andrew Selinger,
chair of Quinnipiac’s Department of Family Medicine, at [email protected]