Live Virtual Presentation
Live Virtual Presentation
Presenting to 1400 Medical students @ Melbourne Medical School.
The MD Student Conference (MDSC) is a core university subject of the Doctor of Medicine (MD) Program at the Melbourne Medical School.
MDSC is entirely student-led, with over 100 students involved in its organisation, planning and execution. The annual conference is a unique and innovative step in medical education that brings together over 1400 students of all years within the Melbourne Medical School into a setting akin to what they will experience in their future as medical professionals, in order to explore facets of medicine that are not covered by their MD curriculum.
7:00- 8:00 EST
IMAGE DESCRIPTION: Black and white backgrounds separated by a thin blue line. White font on the left reads Positive Exposure Connects, Facebook LIVE with Rick Guidotti, #BetterTogether, positiveexposure.org. Purple font on the right reads Little People of America on Fashion and Beauty, Laura Casados, Becky Curran Kekula, Jillian Curwin, Lauren Humphries, Wednesday, June 16, 2021, 3:15 PM ET. Two images are below. Left image shows a short-statured gentleman with glasses and dark skin walking on a bridge. He is smiling and wearing a gray shirt, gray shorts, denim jacket and tennis shoes. Right image shows four short-statured people walking on a fashion runway with purple and blue curtains and lighting behind them. All are smiling and wearing dressy attire.
Faces Redefining the Art of Medical Education (FRAME): Visual Arts Advancing Education and Training in Healthcare for Individuals with IDD
Speakers: Seth Keller, M.D., Neurology Associates of South Jersey and Past-President, American Academy of Developmental Medicine and Dentistry (AADMD) and Rick Guidotti, Founder and CEO, Positive Exposure Productions, Inc.
Often health care practitioners do not receive significant education and training about the health issues and concerns facing those with IDD. Training that is typically provided is usually very academic, clinical and sterile in its mode of presentation. Rick Guidotti and Positive Exposure has developed a unique visual arts project that has been crafted towards healthcare practitioners in training; Project FRAME (Faces Redefining the Art of Medical Education). This presentation by Rick Guidotti as well as by Seth Keller MD will review a new Project FRAME effort focusing on persons with epilepsy and early-onset Alzheimer’s disease in adults with Down syndrome, as well as Supported Decision Making.
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POSITIVE EXPOSURE Connects, Thursday, June 10, 2021, 2:00 PM ET
IMAGE DESCRIPTION: Black background on the left with wording in white that reads “POSITIVE EXPOSURE Connects, Facebook Live with Rick Guidotti, #BetterTogether, Thursday, June 10, 2021, 2:00 PM ET, positiveexposure.org” A thin blue bar separates the black background on the left and the white background on the right. Wording in blue at the top reads “Larry P. Johnson, Radio & Television Broadcaster, Motivational Speaker, Author, Step inside my world as a blind child, teenager and young adult growing up in Chicago some 70 years ago, Larry P. Johnson.” Three images at the bottom from left to right — (1) Black and white book cover with a man wearing dark glasses sitting at a desk, (2) an older gentleman wearing dark glasses and a suit pleasantly looking towards the camera, (3) book cover with a pink background, a young boy sits on top of planet earth.