Research in Child Health Dinner Forum

Research in Child Health Dinner Forum: Project FEED

When: May 18th, 2017 from 6:00-7:30pm

Where: Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota

The annual event, which began in 2011, brings together child health clinicians and researchers from Children's and the University of Minnesota, and community-based child health partners to discuss priorities and opportunities for research to improve the health of Minnesota's children. 
The forum will feature a presentation about a CTSI and Children's-funded research project involving a Children's clinician and a UMN Medical School researcher titled, Addressing Food Insecurity Using the Electronic Medical Record in the Pediatric Emergency Department. 
Dr. Mark R. Schleiss, Professor, Pediatrics, University of Minnesota, and Anupam Kharbanda, Interim Chief Research Officer, Children's Minnesota Research Institute will welcome attendees and facilitate the discussion.
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