University of Southern California


The following are lectures that provide students, who are interested in a community medicine based career, exposure to a myriad of community medicine, leadership, and legislative interactive presentations.

Current and Future lecture series webcasts are listed below:

Fall 2020

Tuesday September 15Covid 19: The Primary Care Response in Health Care Crises/Pandemics (Talk w/Dr Jeremy Fish)

Tuesday October 6A Day in the Life of a Primary Care Physician 

Thursday November 5The Care of Transgender and Gender Non-Conforming Patients: A Patient Panel Discussion (no recording available)

Wednesday December 2Primary Care & Vulnerable Populations

Winter 2021

Thursday January 7The Role of a Primary Care Physician in the Patient with Disabilities 

Thursday February 18Becoming a Trauma Informed Primary Care Provider

Wednesday March 24 – How to administer Adult Cognitive Screening Tests: Primary Care Approach (skills-based) – 

Thursday April 15 – How to effectively take a sensitive medical history in an overweight patient: Primary Care Approach


Past Lectures

January 9, 2020 Becoming a Trauma Informed Primary Care Physician

December 4, 2019 Primary Care and the Homeless: Street Medicine at the KSOM

November 7, 2019 Impact and Advocacy in Primary Care

Sept. 17, 2019 A Day in the Life of a Primary Care Physician

January 10, 2019 Addiction Medicine in Primary Care

2018 lecture series webcasts are listed below:

January 16, 2018 Practice models of Primary Care

February 15, 2018 Weight management and obesity

March 27, 2018 Family & Primary Care: Defying Laws of Supply & Demand with Dr. Jeremy Fish

April 3, 2018 Homelessness & Executive Dysfunction with Corrine Feldman and Brett Feldman

April 24, 2018 Women’s Health

September 18, 2018 A Day in the Life of a Primary Care Physician

October 9, 2018 Paying for a Primary Care Career

November 8, 2018 Hot Topics in Primary Care: More Leadership, Funding and Advocacy with Dr. Jeremy Fish

December 5th, 2018 Women’s Health in Primary Care