13 and Market, St. Louis, MO
Anderson Point Park Small Picnic Shelter
Buffalo Wild Wings
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
Clarks Creek Greenway
Eno River State Park
Harris Middle School
Kiawah Island Golf Resort
Los Angeles, CA
LSU Pete Maravich Assembly Center
McGovern Medical School in the University of Texas Medical Center
Monmouth Park & Oceanfront Promenade
Munroe Meyer Institute
Red Bull Arena
Road Runner Sports
Secaucus Public Library
Snyders Park, Fort Lauderdale, FL
St. Joseph's Children's Hospital
The Children’s Hospital at Montefiore
The Salted Rim
Turner Syndrome Foundation- NJ
UTH Health Houston
YMCA Camp Ockanickon
Ynot Italian Restaurant
2023thu08jun8:00 pmAdvocacy Working GroupSign up to network and advocate for TS8:00 pm EDT Event Organized By: Turner Syndrome Foundation
Join the Advocacy Working Group to make real change in your community! Communicating with national lawmakers is one of the most effective ways to raise awareness and influence widespread change.
Join the Advocacy Working Group to make real change in your community! Communicating with national lawmakers is one of the most effective ways to raise awareness and influence widespread change. We are accepting applications for this working group. Sign up below.
The advocacy working group meets regularly twice monthly on Thursday evenings 8PM EDT.
(Thursday) 8:00 pm
2023tue27jun8:00 pmtue9:30 pmTurner Syndrome Women In MedicineLimited to Only Turner Syndrome Women In Medicine8:00 pm - 9:30 pm EDT Online
This is the meeting of a working group and is limited to medical professionals. The quarterly meeting will be presented by the Turner Syndrome Foundation and moderated by Kayla Ganger,
This is the meeting of a working group and is limited to medical professionals. The quarterly meeting will be presented by the Turner Syndrome Foundation and moderated by Kayla Ganger, BS, MHS, PA-C and Mary Gwyn Roper, MD, both active volunteers, leaders and professional members of the Foundation. The objective of this event is to assemble TS women in medicine with a diverse range of specialties to learn more about the mission and contribute to the discussion about solutions on issues facing patients today.
This working group will learn about:
In this discussion, you will:
WE Learn is a Turner Syndrome Foundation educational learning activity.
Every TS WOMAN IN MEDICINE is encouraged to be a professional member and an active contributor to this working group.
(Tuesday) 8:00 pm - 9:30 pm EDT
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