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  • External Opportunities | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    3 Describe session content what you will present and discuss You are limited to 1 000 characters for your response Describe what makes your session interprofessional content presenters etc All accepted proposals will address at least two if not more of the health professions including but not limited to dentistry health management law medicine nursing pharmacy public health rehabilitation sciences social work You are limited to 500 characters to describe your session Describe method s used to facilitate interactive discussion You are limited to 500 characters to describe your methods Provide a brief agenda for the session List the approximate timing and format topic purpose for each segment of the one hour session You are limited to 500 characters to provide your agenda Do not include more than 10 minutes of consecutive lecture theory bursts at a time Total time 1 hour Please submit your proposals here William Carlos Williams Poetry Contest December 31 2014 See flyer for full details Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Student Service Leadership Project Award December 31st 2014 Are you and your classmates interested in making a positive difference in our community Do you have a service leadership project in mind but need additional funding The Minnesota chapter of the Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society would like to inform you of an opportunity to earn 9 000 for a new student led service learning project The 2015 Medical Student Service Leadership Project Awards are meant to support leadership development for medical students over a 3 year period To apply please follow the instructions for submission described on the AOA website http www alphaomegaalpha org student service leadership html Please send completed applications to aoa national uofm gmail com by the 12 31 14 deadline Jameson Crane III Disability and the law Writing Competition January 15 2015 See flyer for full details It is my pleasure to announce the inaugural Jameson Crane 111 Disability and the Law Writing Competition Made possible by the generous gift of Thomas Jefferson School of Law alumnus Jameson Crane 111 the Crane Writing Competition seeks to encourage outstanding student scholarship at the intersection of law and medicine or law and the social sciences The competition promotes an understanding of these topics furthers the development of legal rights and protections and improves the lives of those with disabilities The competition is open to currently enrolled law students medical students and doctoral candidates in related fields who attend an accredited graduate program of study in the United States Submitted papers may be on any topic relating to disability law including legal issues arising with respect to employment government services and programs public accommodations education higher education housing and health care Submissions will be judged anonymously by an independent panel of experts The winner of the competition will receive a 1 500 cash prize and the Thomas Jefferson Law Review TJLR will consider the paper for publication under the TJLR s editorial standards Two second place winners will each receive a 1 000 cash prize Preference for these additional winners will be given to submissions from disciplines not represented by the grand prize winner All submissions must be submitted electronically to cranewritingcompetition tjsl edu All entries must be received by midnight Pacific Standard Time January 15 2015 Winning submissions will be announced by April 15 2015 CLARION Case Competition January 15 2015 Registration is now open All graduate and professional students interested in Patient Safety Quality Care and Interprofessional Education and Practice are encouraged to participate Interested students can go to the following link to sign up for the Local Case Competition http www chip umn edu clarion casecomp registration local reg home html More detailed informationcan be found on the CLARION website http www chip umn edu clarion home html If you have questions or would like to have someone from CLARION speak to a class please contact CHIP director Gina Kundan kunda002 umn edu so that we can arrange a presentation What is CLARION CLARION is a student driven staff faculty advised committee housed within the CHIP Student Center CLARION creates and conducts co curricular interprofessional experiences for U of MN students based upon the Institute of Medicine s report Six Aims for a New Healthcare System CLARION focuses on the professional development and includes lessons in leadership teamwork communication analytical reasoning conflict resolution and business practices Participation in CLARION leads students to a more sophisticated understanding of the healthcare system in which they will practice The organizational structure of CLARION models the type of interprofessional equity and collaborative leadership that students will need to effectively solve current health system challenges The interactions which occur among students lead to critical learnings the most prominent being that many fundamental biases about other professions are firmly rooted before students enter the health professions workplace Hence the primary goals of the organization are for participants to develop an understanding and appreciation of the skills that each profession brings to the healthcare team and to develop positive relationships which will extend into their professional careers Why CLARION This is a case based co curricular experiential learning opportunity for your students CLARION empowers students to work together to build a better healthcare system The mission is to improve patient safety and the quality of care through the promotion and development of interprofessional leadership teamwork and communication In this Case Competition participants are randomly assigned to an interprofessional team of students Teams will meet on January 24th to receive their case The groups then have 6 weeks to research the details of the case and conduct a root cause analysis Teams then present their findings and recommendations to a panel of senior level health executives on March 7th The 1st place winning team will go on to represent Minnesota in the National competition April 18th 2015 Minnesota Medicine Abstract Submission January 23 2015 Minnesota Medicine is inviting students residents and fellows to submit abstracts and clinical vignettes for publication Submissions will be evaluated by a panel of reviewers

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  • Research Opportunities | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    required The content editor for this page is Scott Davenport daven016 umn edu 612 624 8601 What s Inside About MedEd About Us Offices Programs Staff Directory For TC Students DU Students Alumni Staff Faculty Offices Programs Admissions Curriculum Devel Financial Aid Governance Structure MEDS Minority Affairs Policies Program Evaluation All Offices Return to Medical Education Medical School AHC U of M 2013 Regents of the University of Minnesota All

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  • Program Facts | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    10 in graduating family practice doctors These rankings particularly reflect the mission of the Duluth Campus to educate family medicine physicians and serve the health care needs of American Indian communities Our Rural Physician Associate Program places students in rural practices Greater than 50 of the program s more than 1 000 graduates practice in rural areas The Duluth Campus also has a focus on rural medicine It is 1 in the U S in percentage of graduates who practice in rural areas 48 5 of alumni practice in communities with populations under 25 000 We provide training for 1 200 primary care and specialty residents each year 10 000 practicing physicians attend our 90 continuing medical education courses each year Many of our medical students take part in international medical experiences through the IMER and MEDS programs We also train scientists for academic research and industry careers Students earn Ph D degrees through our basic sciences departments and the Graduate School Future physician scientists are trained through the Medical Scientist Training Program MD PhD Allied health programs in physical therapy mortuary science and health information science attract highly qualified students and have excellent placement rates What s Inside About

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  • History | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    state and federal funding These include the Todd Hospital and Christian Hospitals 1925 Eustis Hospital 1929 Variety Club Heart Hospital 1950 Mayo Memorial Building 1954 Masonic Cancer Center and Veterans of Foreign Wars Cancer Research Center 1958 Diehl Hall 1960 Children s Rehabilitation Center Dwan Variety Club Cardiovascular Research Center 1975 the Phillips Wangensteen Building 1978 Nils Hasselmo Hall formerly called the Basic Science and Biomedical Engineering Building 1997 and the Molecular and Cellular Biology Building 2001 The main hospital services were moved into a new University Hospital in 1986 In 1996 the University Hospital merged with the Fairview Hospital System to become what is now termed the University of Minnesota Medical Center Fairview UMMC In 2011 the new building for the Amplatz Children s Hospital part of the Fairview System was opened on Fairview s Riverside Campus The Biomedical Discovery District which provides a focal point for the work being done in the five research corridors which include cancer cardiovascular disease diabetes brain sciences and infectious diseases includes the Lions Research Building 1992 McGuire Translational Research Facility 2005 Center for Magnetic Resonance Research 2010 Winston and Maxine Wallin Medical Biosciences Building 2009 and the Cancer Cardiovascular Facility under construction The Medical School has a rich tradition of research and clinical achievements The excellence of the Medical School s programs can be traced to the early development of strong departments in the basic medical sciences closely linked to the laboratory of the State Board of Health and to the emergence in the 1920s of clinical departments active in clinical investigation The pursuit of research in all departments has infused the whole school with a spirit of scientific inquiry and advances in the practice of medicine The decision to begin a two year medical school on the Duluth campus of the

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  • Facilities | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    provides access to a wealth of material as well as offering information management training The Mayo Memorial Building houses Medical School administrative offices medical student lounge Adytum outpatient clinics the Mayo Auditorium and classrooms Nils Hasselmo Hall houses laboratories faculty offices and meeting rooms Jackson Hall houses basic science offices and laboratories as well as classrooms The Molecular and Cellular Biology Building shared with the College of Biological Sciences contains classrooms offices and laboratories Lions Research Laboratory McGuire Translational Research Facility home to the Stem Cell Institute and the Center for Magnetic Resonance Research are located in the Biomedical Discovery District Other facilities include the University of Minnesota Medical Center Fairview University of Minnesota Amplatz Children s Hospital other affiliated hospitals Veterans Administration Medical Center Hennepin County Medical Center Regions Hospital Variety Club Heart and Research Center Masonic Cancer Center and Veterans of Foreign Wars Cancer Research Center On the Duluth campus The Medical School Duluth Campus is housed in a single building with classrooms offices research laboratories and centers including a 65 seat computerized testing facility medical student lounge private study and small group learning space Simulation Center with SimMan Noelle and SimBaby and the Duluth Medical Research Institute

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  • Location | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    School of Medicine Building SMed 109 1035 University Drive Duluth MN 55812 218 726 7581 Map it with Google Parking Meters in Lot A or B What s Inside About MedEd About Us Offices Programs Staff Directory For TC Students DU Students Alumni Staff Faculty Offices Programs Admissions Curriculum Devel Financial Aid Governance Structure MEDS Minority Affairs Policies Program Evaluation All Offices About Us Welcome Program Facts History Facilities Location

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  • Learner Development | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    assistance adapting their learning strategies to the unique challenges of medical education and in developing skills for lifelong learning in medicine Services A full range of academic services assist students in developing optimal learning and performance skills and strategies such as time management organizational skills problem solving memorization and reading techniques test taking skills etc Examples of services provided include Counseling for improving learning approaches and test taking skills Assistance with specific learning or performance problems i e difficulties in concentration attention procrastination test anxiety etc Assistance with preparation for the United States Medical Licensing Examination USMLE Step 1 and Step 2 Referrals to Disability Services Twin Cities or Duluth Campus and other university and community resources as indicated Schedule an Appointment For individualized assistance in optimizing learning activities and academic performance or to consult on issues impacting on learning contact Scott Slattery in the Twin Cities or Phyllis Lindberg in Duluth to schedule an appointment Twin Cites Scott Slattery PhD LP B 609 Mayo slatt008 umn edu 612 626 7196 Duluth Phyllis Lindberg MA LPCC SMed 176 plindber d umn edu 218 726 7056 What s Inside Learner Development Twin Cities Scott Slattery slatt008 umn edu 612 626 7196

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  • Medical Student Well-Being | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    be thought of as being related to wellness in various facets of life Community Creating and sustaining healthy relationships environments and societal welfare Emotional Achieving a personal sense of life satisfaction and being able to experience and manage the wide range of human emotions Intellectual Engaging in the ongoing acquisition and utilization of knowledge and skills Physical Taking responsibility for personal health maintaining a healthy lifestyle Professional Selecting and participating in a career that is meaningful and rewarding Spiritual Finding meaning and purpose in life We invite you to use these resources and to let us know if you have suggestions for additional resources Medical Student Well Being Committee Twin Cities Advisory Group 2013 2014 Diane Goh MS 4 gohxx013 umn edu Phil Gross MS 4 gros0287 umn edu Elliot Twiggs MS 4 twig0008 umn edu Alyssa Kerber MS3 kerb0028 umn edu John Petersen MS3 pete6543 umn edu Caroline Roberts MS3 c marie loftus gmail com Danyelle Fenner MS2 fenne090 umn edu Eileen Huttlin MS2 huttl004 umn edu Dorissa Lahner MS2 lahn0007 umn edu Tobi Olayiwola MS2 olay0005 umn edu Emily Woo MS2 wooxx037 umn edu Faculty Advisor Scott Slattery PhD LP slatt008 umn edu Director of Learner Development What

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