Topic: "Problem-Based Learning Discussion - Preop, Positioning, and VAE"
Presenter: Dr. Koffi Kla
Location: 3161 MCE
Reading: Chapters 11 & 12
Topic: Preop Evaluation - Cardiac Evaluation
Location: 3015 VUH
Topic: ACEI and ARB's
Presenter: Dr. Jonathan Wanderer
Location: OHO/TVC via Lync
Flexner Deans’ Lecture Series
2016 – 2017
In conjunction with the School of Medicine Office of Diversity present
Brian Williams, M.D.
Assistant Professor, UT Southwestern Medical Center
Violence in America As Viewed Through the Lens of a Trauma Surgeon: July 7, 2016- Dallas ,Texas
NOON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29
208 LIGHT HALL
Boxed lunch available to those who RSVP in advance,
funded by the Flexner Lecture Endowment
BY NOON, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 26
On Thursday, September 29th, the Family Medicine Interest Group will be hosting an introductory meeting to Family Medicine! Please join us for a discussion on Family Medicine as a career with a panel of family medicine physicians from around the area and country. Panelists include:
- Franklyn Babb, MD. Associate Professor and Clerkship Director of Family Medicine at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center SOM.
- David McRay, MD. Professor and UT-Nashville Family Medicine Residency Program Director
- Jonna Whitman, MD. Vanderbilt FMIG Chapter Advisor and Chief of Clinical Services at VU Student Health Center.
We will go over an introduction to Family Med as a career and have an open Q+A with our panelists about what led them to choose careers in Family Medicine along with tips and tricks from their respective paths along the way.
If you find you love all the organ systems, FM may be for you. If you find you love all your clerkship rotations, FM may be for you. If you love babies, children, adolescents, adults, and the elderly, FM may be for you. If you love procedures but want to build ongoing long-term relationships with patients, FM may be for you.
Come learn the perks of Family Medicine over lunch! Food provided to those who RSVP.
Here we sing a cool variety of student written songs arranged for a cappella. The group is composed of students from the medical, nursing, audiology, and other professional schools, as well as open to residents and attendings. We perform throughout the year in the community, on campus, and in the Vanderbilt University Medical Center. New and old members are always welcome to attend. We meet every Thursday at 6-7pm in Light Hall 208 unless otherwise noted!
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com if interested in singing, or if you would like us to sing for one of your events.
The Orthopaedic Interest Group will be holding its first Journal Club event focusing on concussion research and the work done by Vanderbilt's own V-SCoRe Team. This session will be led by VUMC Neurosurgery residents and VUSM alumni Scott Zuckerman and Aaron Yengo-Kahn. Come learn and discuss the latest research on concussions which spans multiple medical fields. There will also be discussion about how to get involved with a new Sports Medicine Interest Group.