Our audience spoke, we listened. In May 2012, we began hosting The Breakfast Club, an early morning session to share interesting and relevant health information and tips. You told us lunchtime would be more convenient and easier to squeeze in your busy day, so we've adjusted accordingly.
Starting March 5, the Breakfast Club will become the Lunch Bunch. Watch for more captivating topics from great speakers, a free light lunch, hosted during the lunch hour once every other month.
Beginning in May, the Lunch Bunch will meet the second Tuesday of every other month from Noon to 1:00 p.m. All sessions are free and hosted at the Specialty Care Center at Victory Lakes.
We hope you were able to join our last session, Dr. Karen Powers presenting
If you missed it, watch the webcast of the full session, below:
Dr. Karen L. Powers earned her M.D. at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan. She completed her general surgery and plastic surgery residencies at Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, Virginia. Dr. Powers completed a fellowship in breast microsurgery at the University of Utah, Division of Plastic Surgery in Salt Lake City, Utah. As an Assistant Professor of Plastic Surgery at The University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, Dr. Powers' special interests are breast reconstruction, microsurgery, wound healing, and medical education. Her research projects include: utilization and outcomes of breast reconstruction; national practice patterns and disparities in care among patients with breast cancer; and effects of radiation on reconstructed breasts.
Call 832.505.1600 or email VictoryLakes@utmb.edu
May 1, 2012
Diva Doctors Dueling about Menopause: What your Gynecologist and Internist Want You to Know
July 3, 2012
Wrinkles, Age Spots, and skin Cancer, Oh My! Care of Aging Skin
September 4, 2012
Has Anyone Seen my Libido?"
November 6, 2012
Looking at Life Through Mud Colored Glasses: What You Can Do About Depression
January 8, 2013
“Going for Bust: Breast Reconstruction After Cancer Surgery”
*Topics and dates may change
Videotaping generously made possible by The Oliver Center, Transforming the Practice of Medicine.