EVENT ~~ Public Lecture: Important Topics in Primary Care: Advancing Health through Knowledge

We are thrilled to host a public educational seminar in Armenia! This lecture in partnership with AIWA-SF and the American University of Armenia, will focus on the importance of Primary Care, specifically around:  – Reproductive Health Care Management

– Comprehensive Diabetes Management

– Skin Cancer Prevention and Reversing the Stigma behind Skin Diseases

AIWA-SF and Executive Board members will facilitate the discussion.

About the Speakers

Dr. Kohar Der Simonian, M.D. serves as Assistant Clinical Professor in both the departments of Family and Community and Obstetrics and Gynecology at UCSF. She is the Reproductive Health Faculty Lead for the Family Medicine Residency program, and serves as Director of the TEACH Program, which provides curriculum development, professional advocacy, and training support in reproductive health for family medicine residents.

Dr. Hasmik Arzumanyan, M.D. is a board certified Endocrinologist currently working at Kaiser Permanente Oakland Medical Center in California. She is also the Diabetes Program Lead for the East Bay Kaiser Permanente. Prior to joining Kaiser Permanente, Dr. Arzumanyan served as Assistant Clinical Professor of Endocrinology in the University of California Davis Health System.

Dr. Ani Tajirian, M.D. is a dermatologist and Mohs Micrographic Surgeon in Oakland, California.

We hope you can join us on: Friday, October 17, 2014 at 6:00pm at the Alex & Marie Manoogian Hall Paramaz Avedisian Building

Public Lecture: Important Topics in Primary Care: Advancing Health through Knowledge

Public Lecture: Important Topics in Primary Care:
Advancing Health through
Knowledge

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To learn more about AIWA, please visit www.aiwainternational.org.  To get involved with the AIWA SF affiliate, please visit www.aiwasanfrancisco.com or send an email to aiwasanfrancisco@gmail.com.

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