Annual Louis L. Odette Family Lecture

October 13, 2020

October 13, 2020




Events Description

For almost three decades, Dr. Withers has been treating the homeless where they live – under bridges, along riverbanks, in tent cities. What’s more, he sees the street as a classroom for his students, where they learn not only medicine, but humanity. Dr. Withers’ ultimate goal is to provide every person experiencing homelessness with medical care that comes directly to them with the message that says, “You matter.”

Dr. Withers’ talk will focus on what the streets can teach us about improving our healthcare system. He’ll speak to the changes he’s seen during COVID-19. And he’ll explain what street medicine is and where it’s headed.

Providing medicine where people need it not only helps those who are suffering, but the medical system as well.

Who is it for?



Tickets : Free

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Tuesday, October 13 | 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM

Venue & Address

Online – Virtual Lecture, Virtual

Wheelchair accessible

No parking

Virtual Event

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