After a successful launch event in October, Marquette’s Telehealth Research Community (TRC) is hosting a second meeting on Wednesday, Dec. 7, from noon to 1 p.m. in person in the AMU’s Henke Lounge and online via Microsoft Teams.
All staff, students and faculty from across campus are welcome and encouraged to take advantage of connecting with others interested in telehealth, interested in using telehealth, wanting to use telehealth, wanting to incorporate telehealth with students or in research, or simply wanting to learn more.
TRC plans to use the “speed dating” method to promote connections across campus and the community. A light lunch will be provided.
Please RSVP online or email Dr. Lee Za Ong, assistant professor of counselor education and counseling psychology in the College of Education, by Wednesday, Nov. 30, for in-person attendance or to receive the Microsoft Teams link.
The Telehealth Research Community is a community of researchers and practitioners who are interested in understanding how Telehealth can help foster better health outcomes. Its mission is to engage students, staff, faculty and the local community in the TRC to provide an opportunity to expand and promote usefulness and accessibility of telehealth as a tool and resource at Marquette and the surrounding community.
Its initial goal is that participants connect through various opportunities created by the TRC including but not limited to communication about future use and direction of this innovative technology in delivering high-quality health services.