Mid-Atlantic Student Wilderness Medicine Conference
Saturday and Sunday, April 9th and 10th, 2016
On the campus of Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, PA
We would like to welcome you to join us!
Our two-day conference will be of interest to anyone with a passion for the outdoors, and is available to all medicine students (MD, RN, PA/NP, EMT, pre-med etc.) from any school. This year's conference is offering a combination of over 20 lectures and skills sessions focused on the topics of wilderness, disaster, and emergency medicine! In addition, we have lectures covering humanitarian response, austere surgery, military medicine, wilderness bioethics, pre-hospital medicine, search and rescue, and many more!
Register now at: www.wildmed2016.com
Conference registration is $35.00 for students and includes morning coffee, lunch, and a conference t-shirt, please register now as space is limited! For more information and to register, please visit our website.
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Message from AMA regarding Second Opinion Intercollegiate debate:
Second Opinion is a series of intercollegiate debates between medical school teams from around the Greater Philadelphia Area. The first debate will be held at Jefferson on Wednesday, March 16, 7-8:30pm, and concern Physician Assisted Suicide. Audience members will be able to vote on the issue and decide the winning team. Free food will be provided! Registration and more info at the link.
Info on Philly Ultrafest:
Ultrafest is an annual free educational symposium for medical students in the Philadelphia area, where students will have the opportunity to learn and practice clinical sonography. Clinical ultrasound has become prevalent across many medical specialties including medicine, surgery, emergency medicine, family medicine, ob/gyn, dermatology, rheumatology, anesthesiology, urology and more. In many specialties it has become part of residency training, however many people (including us here at Philly Ultrafest) believe it should be taught earlier in the medical school. We believe in the next 10 years it will be more utilized in bedside care than the stethoscope. Join us on March 26--register at phillyultrafest.org.
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Medical Humanities Discussion Group
Event Title: Atul Gawande's Being Mortal Film Screening and Discussion
Monday 3/21/2016, Room 219A/B, 12:00p.m.-1:00p.m.
Join the Medical Humanities Discussion Club for a free lunch and film viewing of Frontline's Being Mortal, based on Atul Gawande's bestselling work. The film explores how medicine might better care for patients in their final days. Temple's own Dr. Mary Kraemer, Director of Palliative Care Education and Practice, will be present for an engaging post-film discussion with peers. All are welcome. We hope to see you there!
Event Title: DIT Step 2 Info Session
Monday 3/21/2016, Room 342, 12:00p.m.-1:00p.m.
DIT Step 2 Info Session
Internal Medicine Interest Group
Event Title: Say What You Mean and Mean What You Say
Tuesday 3/22/2016, Room 317, 12:00p.m.-1:00p.m.
The Internal Medicine Interest Group and Family Medicine Interest Group are cohosting an event to learn how to present on rounds. Residents and Chief Residents will provide advice for what they are looking while we're on rotations. It should be a fun and informative meeting! Non-pizza lunch.
Academic Medicine - MS4
Event Title: Step 1 Review - Session 6
Wednesday 3/23/2016, Room 305, 12:00p.m.-1:00p.m.
Hello MS2, We will be holding our last Step 1 Review Session on Wednesday, March 23 at noon. The session will be on Cardiology and Rheumatology so hopefully it will be beneficial for your shelf and for Step 1. Let us know if you have any questions. See you then!
Mike Bashline Kyle Sears Matt Dougherty
Students Engaging in Health Policy (SEHP)
Event Title: How do we heal medicine?
Wednesday 3/23/2016, Room 219C/D, 12:00p.m.-1:00p.m.
Our medical systems are broken. Doctors are capable of extraordinary (and expensive) treatments, but they are losing their core focus: actually treating people. Come watch a TED Talk (over lunch!) with Students Engaging in Health Policy and discuss what we can do to prepare for our future as physicians.
Jewish Student Union
Event Title: Purim Bagel Lunch
Thursday 3/24/2016, Room 219A/B, 12:00p.m.-1:00p.m.
This lunch time event will provide bagels and hamentashen in honor of the Jewish holiday Purim. Additionally, we will read from the megillah, which tells the story of Purim.
Emergency Medicine Interest Group
Event Title: Residency Panel
Thursday 3/24/2016, Room 317, 12:00p.m.-1:00p.m.
We will be hosting the annual residency panel with current Temple students who have just matched into Emergency Medicine. They will be answering any questions students may have about the process.
Books for Sale:
Books for sale for interested MS1, MS2, MS3, and MS4’s:
$5 Microcards. 2nd edition. Harpavat & Nissim
$10 PreTest Microbiology. 13th edition. Kettering
$10 PreTest Physiology. 13th edition. Metting & Kleshinski
$15 BRS Board Review Series Physiology. 4th edition. Costanzo
$15 BRS Board Review Series Pathology. 4th edition. Schneider & Szanto
$15 BRS Board Review Series Neuroanatomy. 4th edition. Fix
$15 Lange Q&A Psychiatry. 10th edition. Blitzstein
$20 Lippincott’s Review Biochemistry. 5th edition. Harvey & Ferrier
$25 Clinical Microbiology made ridiculously simple. 5th edition. Gladwin & Trattler
$15 Lecture Notes Neurology. 9th edition. Ginsberg
$15 High-Yield Neuroanatomy. 4th edition. Fix
$5 USMLE Step 2 CS Checklists. 2nd edition. Rooney
All books are in like new condition! Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if interested in purchasing.
The following books are for sale. Prices are negotiable.
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Robbins and Cotran Pathologic Basis of Disease, 2009- $45
Histology : A Text and Atlas - With Correlated Cell and Molecular Biology by Wojciech Pawlina and Michael H. Ross (2010, Paperback, Revised- $15
Pathophysiology of Disease : An Introduction to Clinical Medicine by Gary D. Hammer and Stephen J. McPhee (2009, Paperback), $40
Physiology by Linda S. Costanzo (2009, Paperback, Student Edition of Textbook)- $20
Neuroscience (2011, Hardcover, Revised) $80
Master the Boards: Master the Boards USMLE Step 2 CK by Conrad Fischer (2012, Paperback, Revised) $15
Step-Up: Step-Up to Medicine by Steven S. Agabegi and Elizabeth D. Agabegi (2012, Paperback, Revised)-$10
Step-Up: Step-Up to USMLE Step 2 CK by Brian Jenkins, Michael McInnis, Jonathan P. Van Kleunen and Chris Lewis (2013, Paperback, Revised)- $10
Rapid Review: Rapid Review Pathology : With STUDENT CONSULT Online Access by Edward F. Goljan (2013, Paperback)- $25
Basic Medical Biochemistry : A Clinical Approach by Allan Marks and Michael Lieberman (2008, Paperback, Revised)- $30
Immunology : A Short Course by Richard Coico and Geoffrey Sunshine (2009, Paperback) -$40
Bates' Guide to Physical Examination and History Taking by Lynn S. Bickley (2008, Hardcover, Revised)- $40
PreTest: Emergency Medicine by Adam Rosh (2012, Paperback)- $15
Case Files - Pediatrics by Robert J. Yetman, Sheela L. Lahoti, Mark D. Hormann, Margaret C. McNeese and Eugene C. Toy (2009, Paperback)- $5
Family Medicine PreTest Self-Assessment and Review by Doug Knutson (2009, Paperback)- $5
Microcards by Sanjiv Harpavat and Sahar Nissim (2011, Cards,Flash Cards, Revised)- $15
Lewis Katz SOM