Cure Violence founder, Dr. Gary Slutkin, will speak at Transform 2013, the Mayo Clinic Center for Innovation’s sixth symposium, September 8-10, 2013.
Dr. Slutkin will present in the “Elephants in the Room” session alongside one of Cure Violence’s violence interrupters. The pair will share insights about gun violence and the public health approach to violence reduction. The symposium is a dynamic mix of innovators, thought leaders, and entrepreneurs who will share thought-provoking and inspiring ideas to transform the experience of delivering health care.
Douglas Wood, M.D., medical director for the Center for Innovation of Mayo Clinic said:
“Our aim is to nurture dialogue among this group of diverse thought leaders. I look forward to collaborative discussions and the sharing of insights from across disciplines.”
Other notable speakers include:
- Maria Bartiromo, a CNBC anchor, discussing the intersection of business and health care
- Nancy Syderman, M.D., the medical commentator for NBC, will focus on how to put patients’ needs at the center of care
>> Learn more about Transform 2013: http://www.mayo.edu/transform