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Bobcat Community Health Alliance
Bobcat Community Health Alliance Newsletter.  May 2020, 1:1-2.

National Kidney Foundation
This is the promotional spot of the National Kidney Foundation staff & volunteers cheering for Team USA in the 2012 Olympic Games!

Walters: Dr. House
Using ChemE to Solve Complex Medical Problems. Cornell alumna profile featured Cheryl Walters in the October 2011 quarterly magazine, "Olin Hall News".

Student loses long struggle with leukemia
despite search for bone marrow match. Yale Medicine Winter 2010

The Lost Art of the Physical Exam
Physicians once relied on seeing, hearing and touching a patient to make a diagnosis. Cheryl Walters is interviewed. "The Lost Art of the Physical Exam". Yale Medicine Winter 2009.

Scarce instructors, new tools
and a boom in knowledge have led to an ongoing experiment in anatomy teaching. In the anatomy lab, a new way of thinking. Yale Medicine Spring 2005.


Dr. Walters has directed the most highly rated SGIM Precourses to date. McKinley, E.. Evaluations Underscore Success of 2000 Annual Meeting. SGIM Forum 2000; 23(8) 2,7. 

Walters, CA and Richardson, WS. Striving for Excellence in Generalism: Precourses 2000. SGIM Forum 2000; 23(2) 4,9 (editorial).

SGIM Launches EBM Project
SGIM Launches Mational Evidence Based Medicine Project. SGIM Forum 2000;23(5):1,5 (editorial).

Announcement of the 1998 Arthur J. Mannix Jr., MD Award in Medical Education to Dr. Walters and research colleagues for the project, "An Interactive Computer Based Tool to Reduce Costs and Improve Patients Outcomes Through Improved Performance of Physical Examination Skills." The Reporter, Columbia University Health Sciences, December 1998: 9(5); 2-3.

A nice article on The Initiatives of SGIM Clinician Educator Taskforce by founding leader William T. Branch Jr., MD. (He asked Dr. Walters to assume the leadership in 1999). SGIM Forum 1997;20(3):5,10

Photo Gallery

The Advisory Council of the Robert Frederick Smith School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering (CBE) at Cornell University 2016 - Present

The Advisory Council of the Robert Frederick Smith School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at Cornell University was created in 1981 to assist in the development and long-range planning for the rapidly growing school.

To continue the tradition of excellence in professional programs while expanding graduate research programs, Julian C. Smith, then Director of the School, asked representatives from industry and academia to join in providing the school "guidance from knowledgeable people whohave an interest in the quality of our future - and who can help us in charting our directions Advisory Council Members serve a six-year term and convene on campus once a year meeting with faculty and students of the Smith School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering as well as administrators of the College of Engineering.

National Kidney Foundation 2016 Night of Hope Gala Fundraiser
Prospect, Connecticut

Left Aries Merritt, "Gift of Hope" Mission Speaker   
Right Cheryl A. Walters, MD, Medical Advisory Board 

Aries Merritt and his sister LaToya Hubbard are truly inspiring. He is the World Record Holder and 2012 US Olympic Gold Medalist for 100 meters high hurdles and also a kidney transplant recipient from living donor, his sister LaToya. We were so fortunate to hear the personal story of triumph of Aries and LaToya as our "Gift of Hope" Mission Speakers.

American College of Physicians Centennial and Annual Internal Medicine Meeting 2015
Boston, Massachusetts

Dr. Cheryl A. Walters, pictured with a Centennial Celebration photo of Sir William Osler.

          Henri E. Rainaud III enjoying the Back Bay.

World Kidney Day 2014
National Kidney Foundation Health Screening Event at Aetna Headquarters
Hartford, Connecticut

Foreground Aetna employee participant in health screening event receiving kidney health risk assessment and education with Professor Cheryl A. Walters.
Background Aetna employee participant in health screening event receiving kidney health risk assessment and education with Professor Cynthia Lord.

NKF staff (Left Regional Director National Kidney Foundation and Middle with Kidney Mascot Marcia M. Hilditch Regional Program Director National Kidney Foundation) and physician assistant and medical student and faculty volunteers from Quinnipiac University Netter School of Health Sciences and School of Medicine (Left Professor Cindy M. Rossi, Professor Cynthia Lord, and Professor Johanna D'Addario, School of Health Sciences Faculty and Right Professor Cheryl A. Walters, School of Medicine Faculty) at the health screening event at Aetna.


 
Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony October 23, 2012

Dr. Cheryl A. Walters, founding Medical Director of system wide Wellness Services for the 5 hospitals of Hartford HealthCare, is pictured cutting the ribbon with her clinical team to celebrate the official opening of the Hartford Hospital Wellness Center at 85 Seymour Street, Hartford, CT.

Joel Silidker, MD, Esteemed Member of the Yale Clinical Skills Faculty

A great teacher, a great doctor and a great human being, invited to teach "The Approach to the Pelvic Exam" to second year Yale medical students 2001-2010 (click to view a tribute to Dr. Silidker).

National Kidney Foundation Serving Connecticut 2010 Awards Dinner in Middletown, Connecticut

Left Cheryl A. Walters, MD, Recipient of the National Kidney Foundation Serving Connecticut 2010 KEEP Volunteer Leadership Award.
At Podium Robert B. Howell, Jr., RN, PA-C
*Associate Director Emeritus, Physician Assistant Training Program, Yale University School of Medicine
*Director of Nursing Emeritus, Cornell Scott - Hill Health Center, New Haven, CT
*Vice President and Director of Nursing Services Emeritus, Charter Oak Health Center, Hartford, CT
*Member Emeritus, Medical Advisory Board, National Kidney Foundation Serving Connecticut
*Member Emeritus, Board, Columbus House, New Haven, CT

Left Robert B. Howell, Jr., RN, PA-C
Center Cheryl A. Walters, MD
Right Marcia M. Hilditch Regional Program Director National Kidney Foundation