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Institute for Healthcare Improvement
Event Title: An Interdisciplinary Approach to the Continuum of Care
Event Date: 11/9/16
Event Start Time: 5:15 PM- 7:00 PM
An interdisciplinary expert panel on the topic of the continuum of care and the impact on patient safety and quality of care. From follow-up appointments to proper patient education at discharge, healthcare providers are responsible for making the patient prepared for the transition. Come discuss patient compliance and how we as students can create a smoother continuum of care. The panel of professionals will touch on referrals, recall services, and how these attribute to patient outcomes and re-admissions, as well as answer any questions you may have.
Orthopaedic Interest Group
Event Title: Lunch Talk w/ Dr. Haydel
Event Date: 11/9/16
Event Start Time: 12:00 PM-1:00 PM
Join the Orthopaedics Interest Group as we welcome Dr. Christopher Haydel, MD, ABOS, an attending ortho surgeon at TUH. Dr. Haydel will discuss ways for first years to start becoming competitive applicants and info about ortho electives during rotations for second years. Lunch will be provided.
Student National Medical Association
Event Title: Health Professions Student Panel
Event Date: 11/14/16
Event Start Time: 6:00 PM- 8:00 PM
Student National Medical Association is hosting a panel of students from the health sciences campus. The program will welcome undergraduate members of the Minority Association of Premedical Students and Black Professional Health Association to gain insights from graduate health students and to ask questions about their experiences at Temple.
Information on the Music/Arts Organization Talent Show:
Fall Talent Show this year will be on Friday, December 2nd starting at 12:15pm. If students are interested in signing up, they need to fill out one of the following forms:
Message on a Philanthropic opportunity from the Pharmacy School:
Hello health professionals,
It that time of year again where we are so stressed and ready for break, we are in the homestretch! A great way to feel better and be thankful for what we have, is to donate with APHA-IPSF to Operation Grateful. In this operation we are collecting brand new books, lightly used board games, and magazines. The new books will be donated to the children at Shiners hospital and the lightly used board games/ magazines will be given to a Retirement home in West Chester. We will host a day filled with fun games, story time, and company at the Retirement home. Operation Grateful gives us a chance to show that the community cares about its children and its elderly! We will be putting a box at TUSP lobby from Monday November 7th til Friday November 11 so that you may drop off any books, magazines, or games. Let us work collaboratively to bring the message of being grateful to those who will appreciate this small gesture of kindness. Tis the season to give! Please contact me (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have any questions, comments or concerns. Thank You for your time. Good Luck!
Research Study: Toenail Fungus Survey
Would you like to complete a short (10-15 minute) survey? Following the survey, you will have the option to be entered for a raffle. Prizes include $10 Amazon Gift Cards and $10 Dunkin Donut Gift Cards.
Am I eligible?
If you’re a student in one of the following programs:
-Temple University’s School of Podiatric Medicine,
-Lewis Katz School of Medicine,
-College of Public Health’s Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program, then you are eligible.
The purpose of this study is to explore current health professions students’ perceptions of toenail fungus (onychomycosis), to determine the steps health professions students would take to treat their own toenail fungus, and to discuss the effects on quality of life.
You will be redirected to an online Google Survey that will require you to log-in using your Temple e-mail.
Ready to proceed?
Please click here to begin or copy and paste the following URL: https://goo.gl/forms/oTvRsjIyJa5BEUPm1
Thank you for your participation,
School of Podiatric Medicine, Class of 2018
Lewis Katz SOM