Register for Our First Toolkit Talk of the Year

Welcome to the second year of Booth UC’s new virtual lecture series: Toolkit Talks. These talks are meant to speak directly to our commitment to Education for a Better World, by sharing knowledge on important and timely topics, with guests who are experts in their fields.

Please join us virtually WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2022 – 7:00 PM CT

Dr. Carminia Edralin-Davidsohn presents Rooted in Faith, Transformed in Service: The Journey Forward as We Rise Over the Pandemic

During the past two years, the Covid pandemic unearthed a few things to be worked on as a collective. As the world changed so drastically, we discovered our strengths and weaknesses more than ever. This talk highlights the gifts of Covid to us and all of humanity; how our faith and courage to journey forward have become our roots so we can be there for other people. Dr. Davidsohn will share stories and lessons learned so we can move forward to be the best version of ourselves for each other, our family and friends, and the world.

About the Guest Speaker:

Dr. Carminia Edralin-Davidsohn is a graduate of the University of the Philippines College of Medicine in Manila, Philippines in 1987.  She went on to pursue further postgraduate training in Baltimore, Maryland and Houston at the University of Texas Health Sciences Center. She has been in private practice in Internal Medicine with Kelsey-Seybold Clinic, a multi-specialty group in Houston, Texas since 1999. She has been the Medical Director for the Cypress Clinic location since 2002.

Dr. Davidsohn aims to make a difference in people’s lives by involving them in their care for themselves; she believes that communication is key to a successful physician-patient relationship.

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