Knowledge in Motion Lecture Series
Upcoming Lecture:

Interdisciplinay Primary Care for People with SCI
The Knowledge in Motion Lecture Series is designed as an educational opportunity for individuals living with disabilities, their family members, friends, and healthcare professionals. Presentations are tailored to the needs of the audience in an interactive discussion, using language that is understood by those without a medical or scientific background.

This program is offered by jointly by:

Spaulding-Harvard SCI Model System

New England Regional
Spinal Cord Injury Center Model System

Date: Thursday, November 13th, 2014
Time: 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM

Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital
1st Floor, Cafeteria
300 1st Avenue
Charlestown, MA, 02129

Presented By:
Steve Williams, MD and
Mike Stillman, MD
Lecture attendees will be able to:

• Gain an understanding of the advantages of an interdisciplinary Primary Care/SCI clinic for maintaining optimum health.

• Learn about the current disparities in primary care in the United States for people living with spinal cord injury.

• Learn how to advocate for appropriate interdisciplinary health care for themselves, or others affected by SCI.
Registration is Required
Lecture is open to all consumers** and professionals. This registration form is for the live lecture attendance ONLY. Limited parking is available on-site at SRH for a small fee.

Registration Fees:
$10.00 if pre-paid prior to 11/06/14
$20.00 if paid at the door

** Please note, there will be no fee for PCAs attending with their employer.
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