Here is a link to the recorded session:
The recorded lectures that preceded the Q&A session can be found here.
May’s Continuous Medical Corps Symposium Lecture – Dr. Dale Smith Presenting The History of the Medical Corps
After having our Medical Corps Symposium cancelled numerous times due to COVID, we decided to just transition to a continuous, online symposium where we present one talk each month that you can view live or watch recorded. Here is a message about May’s talk:
Our 2021 Continuous Medical Corps Symposium has kicked off! Please disseminate the flyer and encourage maximum viewing of Dr. Dale Smith’s lecture on the History of the Navy Medical Corps:
We will be hosting a live Q&A session with Dr. Smith on Microsoft Teams at 1200 EST on 05 May. The video can be viewed at https://youtu.be/j4wHwJezFKA. Please encourage maximum participation in the live event as it will be one of the last events for Dr. Smith before he retires. For any questions, please contact LCDR Jennifer Eng-Kulawy (contact in the global).
Jennifer Eng-Kulawy, MD
LCDR, MC, USN
Medical Corps Liaison Officer
Office of the Corps Chiefs (M00C1)
Diplomate, American Board of Pediatrics, General Pediatrics and Pediatric Hospital Medicine
Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
7700 Arlington Blvd
Falls Church, VA 22042-5135
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I usually stick to career planning topics on this blog, but a reader submitted this interesting article. I had no idea where our corps device came from, and since I didn’t know I’m sure there are others out there who don’t know either. Enjoy reading if this topic intrigues you: