Hybrid Conference Speaker Biography
Muneera Kapadia, MD MME is an Associate Professor and specializes in colorectal surgery. She attended medical school at the University of Michigan. She completed general surgery residency at Northwestern University and colorectal fellowship at the University of Minnesota. She practiced at the University of Iowa for nearly ten years and during that time she earned a master’s degree in medical education and served as the Associate Program Director for the Surgery Residency Program. In addition to her clinical and educational roles, she has a special interest in patient-related communication skills. She has been involved with communication skills education at the student, resident and faculty level and has taught both nationally and internationally. Dr Kapadia joined the University of North Carolina in April 2020 and serves as Associate Vice Chair of Education for the Department of Surgery.
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Meeting ID: 999 4072 3729
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