At this Wednesday's SGA general body meeting we will be beginning transitions and I am asking that the representative in attendance for your group have the following documents:
Please check your email for more details. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are a group president and did not receive the email.
Temple University Neurosurgery Society
Tuesday 11/10/2015, MERB 105, 12:00p.m.-1:00p.m.
The Temple University Neurosurgery Society is a new group on campus hoping to promote student interest and foster an appreciation for all things Neurosurgery! We are incredibly excited to be having our first event of the year with a lunchtime talk featuring Dr. Erkmen, the Director of the Neurosurgery Residency Program here at Temple. He will be speaking about a defining case from his career and answering any questions one might have about pursuing neurosurgery.
Pizza lunch will be provided.
Ophthalmology Student Interest Group - Ophthalmology Physical Exam Learning Event
Tuesday 11/10/2015, MERB 319A&B, 12:00p.m.-1:00p.m.
We have scheduled an instruction session in physical diagnosis for Tuesday, November 10, from 12pm-1pm. The session will cover both examination techniques with the ophthalmoscope and the measurement of intraocular pressure using a tonopen. Marty Schardt, the ophthalmology research coordinator, will be in attendance to communicate some of the more subtle tricks of the ophthalmologic exam and to discuss ongoing research in the ophthalmology department. Following the formal instruction, we will move to the Sim center for a practice session that will give everyone a chance to polish his or her ophthalmoscopic technique. A pizza lunch will be provided!
Space is limited so please sign-up!
SNMA - General Body Meeting
Tuesday 11/10/2015, MERB 317, 12:00p.m.-1:00p.m.
Come learn about SNMA events for November/December and how to get involved in leadership positions!
SIGN - Dr. Valencia Neurology Talk
Tuesday 11/10/2015, MERB 217, 12:00p.m.-1:00p.m.
Come meet Dr. Valencia, a renowned pediatric neurologist at St. Christopher's Hospital, and hear him discuss cases and his experience working in the field.
MEDIC- Team RESUS - Interdisciplinary code simulation planning
Wednesday 11/11/2015, MERB 343, 5:00p.m.-6:00p.m.
Are you tired of not training with the health professionals you will work with tomorrow? Do you enjoy critical care and crashing patients? Join Temple MEDIC as we come together to help fix these problems! We are bringing together pharmacy students, nursing students, podiatry students and medical students to develop a team based crashing patient simulation. Food and drinks will be served.
Integrative Medicine Interest Group - Nutritional Counseling as a Physician
Wednesday 11/11/2015, MERB 217, 12:00p.m.-1:00p.m.
Why do doctors need to be better educated about nutrition? How can medical students receive nutritional training? What are the hurdles physicians face in providing nutrition counseling? Come to the next Integrative Medicine Interest Group lunch time talk to find out! TUSM's own Dr. Litvin, who holds a PhD in biology and an MS in nutrition, will be leading the discussion. Non-pizza lunch will be provided!
OBIG - OB/GYN Residency Panel
Wednesday 11/11/2015, Room 219, 12:00p.m.-1:00p.m.
OBIG will be hosting a residency panel--pizza lunch provided!
Students for a National Health Program - Single Payer 101
Wednesday 11/11/2015, Room 317, 12:00p.m.-1:00p.m.
Many of you expressed interest in learning more about Single Payer, and there is no better way to do this than to hear all about it from one of the experts in the field. Join SNaHP (Students for a National Health Program) and Dr. Walter Tsou on Thursday, November 12th at 12pm in MERB 217. Dr. Tsou is a past president of the American Public Health Association and former health commissioner of Philadelphia. He is a founding member of the National Board of Public Health Examiners and a board adviser to Physicians for a National Health Program. He is also an expert on health reform and health care financing, he frequently briefs members of Congress on health care issues.
Come with an open mind and appetite. Lunch will be provided!
AIG - A Day in the Life of an Anesthesiologist
Wednesday 11/11/2015, Room 305, 12:00p.m.-1:00p.m
Interested in what the daily practice of an Anesthesiologist is? Want to learn more about what Anesthesiology even is? AIG will be hosting some of the Anesthesiologists from across the street to discuss their medical practice and what the field consists of. Lunch will be provided!
Books for sale
Goljan rapid review pathology- new! $25
usmle step 1 secrets- like new! $15
PM&R interest group leaders wanted!
Are you interested in starting a Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation student interest group? A PGY-4 resident here at Temple Main is willing to help you do so! Don't know what PM & R is? Check out the link below to gather some information and gauge your interest.
Contact Tony Cuneo : email@example.com about starting the interest group or with any questions about PM & R
If you would like to have a classified ad included (Room for rent, books for sale etc.), please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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