Good morning! What a beautiful, most-deserved weekend in store for the moms. Superfun week in Walk Land. Recently, Eric Robinson from Mount Sinai Hospital contacted us and shared they were going to going to add to the Walk With a Doc Love in NYC. Wow, Mount Sinai is home to the Editor-in-Chief of JACC and, arguably, the most well-respected cardiologist in the world, Dr. Valentine Fuster. That’s what I shared with Jessica. I secretly wondered if there was any chance, a few years from now, the living legend might see a WWAD poster or even hear someone mention those words in a hallway. Then guess who we were told was leading the first walk?
Dr. Prashant Vaishnava, Eric Robinson and all the Mount Sinai Medical students – thank you for changing the world with the big man.
Dr. Joan Dorn has been our pioneer, thought leading trendsetter for Walk with aFuture Doc, in Harlem, and we could not have found a better one. I get to do this webinar with Joan. If you are training to become a doc or care about someone who is please join.
Join us as we build momentum for lifestyle medicine education and the future of health care through our upcoming webinar series.
Registration for this June 6th webinar is now open. The webinars are free, but registration is required and availability is limited. The webinar will be 30 minutes in length and archived here to allow viewing at a later date.
Tuesday, June 6 at 2pm ET
LMEd Host: Dennis Muscato, MS
Presenters: Joan Dorn, PhD and David Sabgir MD
Webinar presenters David and Joan Dorn, PhD will discuss the creation of the Walk with a Future Doc program and the history of a grassroots movement that equips physicians to dispense the miracle drug of walking. In addition, they will share the adaptation they’ve made to incorporate medical students, the practitioners of tomorrow, to invest in healing their communities today.
The Webinar is free and we will have time for Q and A.
Click here to register
Packard Health in Ann Arbor, MI (Dr. Raymond Rion and Karen Koeppe) – we will see on that sheet in 2022! If somebody says Go Blue, seriously, I’m going to lose it.