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February 22 - February 28

2015 Black History Month Program Feb. 23

02-23-20155:00 PM  - 7:00 PM

The Office of Student Affairs and Diversity and the Student National Medical Association (SNMA) are hosting their 2015 Black History Month Program on Monday, February 23, 2015, 5:00-7:00pm in the Alumni Center. SNMA will honor Ivor Benjamin, MD, Director, Cardiovascular Center, Vice Chair, Translational Research, Catherine Malmsten, MD, Assistant Professor of Medicine, and Kenneth Simons, MD, Senior Associate Dean of Graduate Medical Education and Accreditation (MCWAH) for their continual dedication to the students of the Medical College of Wisconsin. Join us for a celebration of history ‘then and now’, Health Fair, and Entertainment. For more information you may contact the Office of Student Affairs/Diversity (414) 955-8734.

"FLT3 AML - In the Era of FLT3 Inhibitors" Feb. 24

02-24-201512:00 PM  - 1:00 PM

Division of Hematology and Oncology Presents: "FLT3 AML - In the Era of FLT3 Inhibitors" By Faculty Candidate Jasleen K. Randhawa, M.D. Fellow, Leukemia Department University of Texas, MD Anderson Cancer Center Houston, TX Noon Tuesday, February 24, 2015 Conference Room L 1st Floor, Clinical Cancer Center

Cardiology Cath Conference "When to use ancillary agents in hemodynamic studies?..." Feb. 25

02-25-20157:00 AM  - 8:00 AM

"When to use ancillary agents in hemodynamic studies? Nipride, dobutamine, nitric oxide, nitroglycerine, phenylephrine, exericse?" presented by Dr Sancaktar and Dr Ashine

Physiology Department Seminar "Why do pancreatic beta cells respond to interleukin 1?" Feb. 25

02-25-20158:30 AM  - 9:30 AM

John Corbett PhD Professor and Chairman Department of Biochemistry, MCW "Why do pancreatic beta cells respond to interleukin 1?"

Cardiology Breakfast & Learn "Community Based Participation Research" Feb. 26

02-26-20157:00 AM  - 8:00 AM

Syed Ahmed, MD, MPH, Family & Community Medicine will present "Community Based Participation Research."

Friends of MCW Annual Rummage Sale Feb. 26-27

02-26-20159:00 AM  - 3:00 AM

The annual rummage sale is a great fundraiser for the Friends of MCW and helps to support both medical and graduate students.

Ebola - Lesson Learned Feb. 26

02-26-20151:00 PM  - 4:30 PM

The 7th Annual "Global Health Fair" is a joint educational program sponsored by the medical students’ Global Health Organization and the Global Health Pathway with support from the Office of Global Health, Office of Alumni Affairs, and the Class of 1984 Global Health Pathway Fund.

CANCELED - Medicine Grand Rounds Feb. 27

02-27-20158:00 AM  - 9:00 AM

CANCELED

Joint Biomedical Engineering Seminar Series "Medical Imaging in Radiation Therapy" Feb. 27

02-27-201512:00 PM  - 1:00 PM

X. Allen Li, PhD, will present "Medical Imaging in Radiation Therapy."

Bus pickup at MCW: 11:15 a.m., HRC front lobby

Lunch provided

 

CRI Research Conference “Diseases of Prematurity - Inborn Errors of Toll-Like-Receptor Signaling?” Feb. 27

02-27-201512:00 PM  - 1:00 PM

Venkatesh Sampath, MBBS, Associate Professor, Pediatrics/Neonatology, MCW, presents “Diseases of Prematurity – Inborn Errors of Toll-Like-Receptor Signaling?”

PCOR Research Seminar “Choosing Wisely – Medical Students as High-Value Care Officers" Feb. 27

02-27-20151:00 PM  - 2:00 PM

Drs. Marty Muntz, Bipin Thapa and Jaren Thomas will present, “Choosing Wisely – Medical Students as High-Value Care Officers."

 

Please take the MCW lobby elevators to the 4th floor. Room H4940 is straight ahead when you exit the elevators.

 

Educational objectives for the session: • Identify high-value care teaching resources and clinical decision-support tools; • Review literature supporting interventions to limit wasteful use of healthcare resources; and • Discuss the MCW internal medicine clerkship “High-Value Care Officer” project

 

Brief Bios Marty Muntz, MD, FACP Dr. Muntz is a general internist and Associate Professor in the Department of Medicine (DOM). He practices both inpatient and outpatient medicine, and is the Director of the M3 Internal Medicine Clerkship and the Undergraduate Medical Education Director for the DOM. Dr. Muntz is the Work Group Leader for Early and Continuing Clinical Experiences for the Discovery Curriculum (currently in year 4 of 5 for the MCW Medical School Curricular Redesign). In addition to high-value care, he is interested in social media in medical education (and patient outreach), medical school-residency transition and competency-based assessment. Bipin Thapa, MD, MS, FACP Dr. Thapa is a general internist and Assistant Professor in the Department of Medicine. He is a hospitalist and also involved in medical education as Associate Clerkship Director of M3 Internal Medicine Clerkship. Dr. Thapa serves as a committee member in Education committee of Alliance of Academic Internal Medicine and as member of Standard Setting Panel of USMLE for National Board of Medical Examiners. His interests are in medical education, educational research as well as outcomes research. Jaren Thomas, MD Dr. Thomas is a general internist and Assistant Professor in the Department of Medicine. He serves as Associate Program Director for Internal Medicine Residency and Director of the M4 Ambulatory Medicine Rotation. Lunch and refreshments will be served.

APP Grand Rounds "Basic ECG Interpretation for Advanced Practice Providers" Feb. 28

02-28-20157:30 AM  - 4:00 PM

Marquette University Physician Assistant Studies "Basic ECG Interpretation for Advanced Practice Providers"

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