22nd National Conference on Primary Health Care Access: Third Day Agenda – Wednesday, April 20, 2011 12 years ago Bill Burnett 2 minutes Last Updated on April 16, 2022 by Lee Burnett, DO, FAAFP The San Francisco Bay Bridge viewed from the Hyatt Regency San FranciscoWednesday, April 20, 20116:30 AM – 8:00 AM Working Breakfasts in Preassigned Groups8:10 AM – 12:00 PM Third Plenary Session8:10 AM Opening Statement of Third Plenary Session by Session Moderator8:15 AM The Eighteenth Charles E. Odegaard LectureCharles Q. North MD, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque8:45 AM Audience Questions and Comments (Lead Question: Dr Kahn)8:55 AM Decentralizing Medical Education to the Teaching Health Center and Rural Training TrackKevin Murray, MD, Multicare Health Organization, Tacoma, WashingtonRobert Maudlin, Pharm. D., Family Medicine Spokane, Washington9:20 AM Audience Questions and Comments (Lead Question: Dr Clover)9:30 a.m. Decentralizing to Where?: Issues in and Technical Tools for Defining Underserved CommunitiesMarc E. Babitz, MDJ. Scott ChristmanWilliam H. Burnett9:55 AM Audience Questions and Responses (Lead Question: Mr Henderson)10:05 AM Partnerships in Decentralizing Medical Education: Past Experience and Future StrategiesVirginia Fowkes, Stanford University, Palo Alto, CaliforniaThomas C. Hines, MD, Boston Medical Center10:35 AM Audience Questions and Responses (Lead Question: Dr McKennett)10:45 AM The Internet and the Healthcare WorkforceLee Burnett, DO, Student Doctor NetworkAnna Peck, Student Doctor NetworkLaura E. Turner, Student Doctor Network11:05 AM Audience Questions and Comments (Lead Question: Dr Hara)11:15 AM Decentralizing Medical Education to Promote Primary Health Care Access: Roundtable Discussion on Conference ThemesEnrique Fernandez, MDRobert Ross, MD11:35 AM Audience Questions and Comments (Lead Question: Dr Kasovac)11:40 Discussion of Programmatic Themes for the Twenty-third National ConferencesAna Bejinez-Eastman, MD, Discussion Leader, and Conference as a Whole11:50 AM Summary of Conference ThemesJay W. Lee, MD people found this article helpful. What about you?