Dear Friends of the Osler Society,
Y ou are cordially invited to the following upcoming events:
  March 28 at 5:30pm
The DeMatteis Family Atrium
School of Medicine
Join us for a musical concert featuring 20 musicians and singers with autism. Hear from the Ryan’s Star Band, a choir, and numerous individual performers.

The concert will be followed by a panel discussion featuring experts in the field, individuals with autism, family members and physicians.
April 4 at 6pm
The DeMatteis Family Atrium
School of Medicine
Join Us for the 
Third Annual Celebration of  Visual
and Performing Art  
View our exhibit of nearly 100 pieces of artwork submitted by medical students, faculty, physicians, nurses, and others affiliated with the Hofstra Northwell School of Medicine, Northwell Health and Hofstra University.  Enjoy live musical and dramatic performances beginning at 7pm.  
May 31 at 5pm
Medical Education Theater, w134
School of Medicine
Don’t miss the upcoming launch of the 6th issue of Narrateur, Reflections on Caring, our art and literary journal
Enjoy an art exhibit of works published in the current issue of Narrateur, including music, refreshments, and author readings of select passages from our journal.  
  We hope that you enjoyed our recent winter events:
  Dylan Thompson Art Exhibit
February 15
Dylan Thompson, a young man with advance Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy, was a visiting artist at the Hofstra Northwell School of Medicine.  His artwork, created digitally from drawings he made before his muscles deteriorated, was appreciated by medical students, faculty and staff.  Attendees also enjoyed speaking with Dylan about his work and inspiration in coping with disease. Read Story
  A Question of Mercy
March 2
Nine School of Medicine students, faculty and staff performed in a theatrical production of scenes from
A Question of Mercy, a play about a man dying from AIDS, his lover, and the doctor they summon to help end his life.  The drama was followed by an intense panel discussion led by medical students, law students, and physicians, all of whom are active members of our bioethics program.  View Video
To learn more about any of these programs and the
Olser Society, p lease contactLisa Martin.