About the Inaugural Conference

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The National Center for Medical Education Development and Research will hold its first Communities of Practice (CoP) Conference entitled, Curriculum and Training: Practice Transformation in the Age of Training Millennials, on August 10–11, 2017 at the Courtyard Marriott Green Hills in Nashville, Tennessee.

The conference will convene for 1 day and a half and will focus on the first year of work by faculty and staff of the National Center. The opening session will start at noon on Thursday, August 10 and will end at 5:00 PM. On Friday, the day will start at 8:00 AM and will end at 4:30 PM (Parking will be provided for local attendees). In addition to your participation, there will be 25 national experts who have been invited to provide feedback on how to include, improve, and enhance curriculum in undergraduate and graduate health professional training for vulnerable populations (LGBTq, homeless persons, and migrant workers) using the patient-centered medical home model.