Dr. Jody Lack and Dr. Vidhya Prakash will offer tips and insight for faculty career advancement and academic tenure. They will review the process from the departmental and central administration perspectives and share important information for preparing promotion dossiers.
The Alliance for Women in Medicine and Science is hosting the session, which will also be videoconferenced to Decatur Family Practice Conference Room A and Carbondale Lindegren 303.
All presenting donors will recieve a voucher to redeem a free t-shirt! To schedule online, use code 60253.
Reminder: Please eat before donating blood and remember you must bring your photo ID to donate.
For more information, call the Community Blood Center at 217-241-7550 or visit www.bloodcenterimpact.org.
The Memorial Medical Center Foundation (Suggs Endowment), in partnership with Memorial Health System Rehab Services and SIU School of Medicine, are co-sponsoring a CME event for medical providers—presented by Annie O’Connor MSPT, OCS, Cert. MDT and Melissa Watson, MSPT, Cert. MDT. This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education through the joint providership of Southern Illinois University School of Medicine and Memorial Health System.
David McIntosh, PhD, will present "Authentic and Critical Conversations on Race, Health and Patient Care" at the annual lecture to honor Alonzo Homer Kenniebrew, MD. Dr. Mcintosh is vice president and chief inclusion and diversity officer at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center
Activist and playwright Eve Ensler takes audience members on a whirlwind tour of the "forbidden zone" in this world-famous play. To learn more about The Vagina Monologues, visit https://www.eveensler.org/plays/the-vagina-monologues/.
Join the Academy for Scholarship in Education for its 10th Annual Symposium on Teaching and Learning on April 26, 2019. The symposium is dedicated to showcasing innovations in teaching and learning in medicine, improvements in delivering community-based education, and advances in technology and simulation.
The symposium planning committee is now accepting proposals. Submit your poster, research paper and/or workshop for consideration by Friday, Feb 1.
The SIU Graduate Medical Education Committee is proud to present the SIU SOM Quality Improvement Poster Symposium and Competition. This event will publicly recognize the quality improvement projects that are being done by SIU SOM residents and fellows. Monetary awards will be given for the top three quality improvement projects in addition to an Innovation Award.