University of Michigan’s Patient-2-Patient Education Project (March 24 @ 10am)

University of Michigan's Patient-2-Patient Education Project

If you are anywhere near Ann Arbor, Michigan, you would be well advised to check out the University of Michigan’s Patient-2-Patient (P2P) Education Project. This is a yearly event, hosted by the University of Michigan Medicine and the University of Michigan’s Crohn’s & Colitis Student Initiative, which pairs IBD patient advocates alongside medical professionals who specialize in IBD to discuss topics that are important to patients. This is a truly unique event in the world of IBD. It is also a free event with lunch and refreshments provided; what more could you ask for?

This year, I am grateful for the opportunity to speak onΒ Alternative Medicine in IBD alongside Dr. Shrinivas Bishu, an IBD specialist gastroenterologist from the University of Michigan’s IBD Team.

Please visit the University of Michigan’s official event page for more information and to register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-third-annual-patient-2-patient-education-project-tickets-42478772151

Just The Facts:

What is it: A unique IBD patient education event. By patients, for patients!

When is it: March 24 from 10:00am – 3:00pm EDT

Where is it: Palmer Commons, 100 Washtenaw Avenue, Ann Arbor, MI 48109

Who will be speaking: A variety of IBD advocates alongside medical professionals who specialize in IBD.

Who is hosting: The University of Michigan Medicine & The University of Michigan’s Crohn’s & Colitis Student Initiative.

How can I attend: Click here to register for this free event by March 21

 

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  1. Great seeing you present, Dan! Very informative. Thank you for being a part of the event.

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