About Community Medical School


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The Community Medical School lecture series began in 1998 and was designed to provide people in the community with an opportunity to share in the medical learning experience.

Community Medical School is organized by an advisory committee of basic science and clinical faculty from the University of Vermont College of Medicine; a medical student; and members of the College of Medicine and Fletcher Allen communications departments.

The committee's goal is to choose timely topics and faculty recognized for their ability to present scientific information in an engaging, easy-to-understand style.

Attendance is free, but registration is strongly encouraged as classes fill up quickly. For more information about classes offered. please call (802) 847-2886.

Offered in the Spring and Fall, Community Medical School consists of several weekly lectures on such diverse subjects as heart failure, DNA, food allergies, asthma, melanoma, stem cell transplants, coronary artery bypass surgery and incontinence. Each lecture is videotaped for distribution to libraries and to public access cable television stations around the state.

Directions and Campus Map

From East Avenue, turn onto Carrigan Drive. At the first stop light, turn right onto Beaumont Avenue. Take the next left turn into the UVM Given building parking lot. Enter the Given building at the Health Science Research Facility (HSRF) entrance. Signage will guide you to Carpenter Auditorium. Additional handicapped parking spaces are located behind the Health Science Research Facility.

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