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October 2022 GLMS Update
October 2022 GLMS Update
October 28, 2022
We’re just over a week out from our family hike event hosted by our GLMS Foundation! Come out and enjoy donuts, coffee, fun and games, face painting and a hike with friends. Please RSVP at We hope to see you and your families there!
Policy & Advocacy
Join the GLMS Policy & Advocacy team as we prepare for the Spring 2023 Legislative Session. The meeting will take place on Thursday, November 3 at 7:00 p.m. via Zoom. If you are interested in joining the Policy & Advocacy Team, please contact Kathryn Vance at and she will send you the meeting credentials. We look forward to seeing you then!
Save the Date
KMA Physicians’ Day at the Capitol – Wednesday, February 2, 2023
Louisville Medicine
What does it mean to be a leader in medicine? Are you married to another medical provider? Or do you sometimes feel like you’re actually married to medicine? Are you an avid traveler? We want to hear all about your adventures – tell us your stories!
Please reach out to Kathryn Vance at to shar your thoughts in an upcoming Louisville Medicine.
Upcoming themes:
January – Leaders in Medicine (due 12/1)
February – Married to Medicine (due 1/1)
March – Physician Travelers (due 2/1)
Cato Senior Physicians Group - back in November!
Tuesday, November 8, 2022 at 12 p.m. via Zoom
Speaker: Dr. Christine B. L. Adams - child, adolescent, and adult psychiatrist
Topic: How Personality Impacts Relationships: The Ugly, The Bad and the Good
Meeting ID: 819 4587 6792 #
Call In: 646-931-3860 (Use the Meeting ID and press pound (#) after entering)
To RSVP, contact Kimberly Risinger at 502-736-6366 or
Painting, music, photography. No matter what the medium, we want to celebrate those works and look at the parallels required in both medicine and art. In this month’s Louisville Medicine, we’re happy to showcase the art of several of our members and celebrate their dedication to their craft. Read more here.
Dr. Who
Providing personalized care to patients is extremely important to Dr. Junoh Kim, saying that finding ways to understand their unique, complex symptoms is what pushes him forward and reminds him why he loves medicine. Read more in this months’ Dr. Who about why he says not only taking care of your patients, but also yourself, is important to avoiding burnout.
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