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  • Radiation Oncology Interest Group | Boonshoft School of Medicine | Wright State University
    II Medical Neuroscience Mind Musculoskeletal Integument Pathobiology Therapeutics Renal Reproduction Respiratory Biennium II Biennium II Overview Fourth Year Electives for Visiting Students Year 3 Clerkships Family Medicine Clerkship Internal Medicine Clerkship Pediatrics Clerkship Psychiatry Clerkship Surgery Clerkship Women s Health Clerkship Year 4 Clerkships Clinical Neurology Clerkship Emergency Medicine Clerkship Policies Diversity Inclusion Policy Professional Honor Code Student Policy Procedure Guide Student Information Insurance for Medical Students Medical Student Mental Health Services Applying for Residency Student Organizations Student Organizations Overview Organization Contacts 5K AIDS Benefit Walk Run Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society American Medical Association American Medical Women s Association Boonshoft PRIDE Dayton IHI Open School Doctor s Notes Emergency Medicine Interest Group Family Medicine Interest Group Global Health Initiative Overview Travel Opportunities Travel Insurance Checklist Warnings Symposium Silent Auction Gold Humanism Honor Society Intercultural Connection Internal Medicine Interest Group J Shoft Medical Ethics Interest Group Medical Student Research Club Medical School Student Council Obstetrics Gynecology Club Pediatrics Club Phi Rho Sigma PLDP Executive Council Psychiatry Student Interest Group Network Radiation Oncology Interest Group STEPS Health Initiative Student National Medical Association Student to Student Overview Presenter Evaluation Form Request a Program Student Wellness Group Surgical Society Urology Interest Group Find us on Facebook Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine Radiation Oncology Interest Group As the Radiation Oncology Interest Group we aim to Introduce students to the field of radiation oncology and to the radiation oncologist s role in a cancer patient s healthcare team Ensure that students understand radiation oncology is an independent residency track and a distinct specialty while appreciating the specialty s synergy with radiology and oncology Acquaint students with faculty and physicians in the area who are available for shadowing and or research opportunities Host a match panel of any upper class students matching in

    Original URL path: http://medicine.wright.edu/student-life/student-organizations/radiation-oncology-interest-group (2015-11-11)
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  • STEPS Health Initiative | Boonshoft School of Medicine | Wright State University
    Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine STEPS Health Initiative STEPS is an organization conceptualized and led by a group of interprofessional students from WSU Boonshoft School of Medicine Cedarville University School of Pharmacy Kettering College Master of Physician Assistance Studies MPAS Program the University of Dayton Master of Physician Assistant Practice MPAP Program the WSU College of Nursing and Health and WSU School of Professional Psychology Mission To promote healthy behaviors and assist in the management of chronic illnesses in vulnerable populations in the Dayton area Purpose To understand social determinants of health Create a student led interdisciplinary team Learn patient centered care through motivational interviewing Provide community outreach Empower participants to make healthy life choices History A STEP in the right direction STEPS was formed in 2012 as a student led interdisciplinary team to address the health concerns of the homeless population of Dayton Since that time it has grown to include more than six different health disciplines and currently hosts sessions at two homeless shelters in the Dayton area the Saint Vincent De Paul Gateway Shelter for Men and the Gateway Shelter for Women and Families At each STEPS Initiative session students from health programs at Wright State University Cedarville University University of Dayton and Kettering College work side by side to take participants blood pressure weight and BMI Participants then enter a room with two students to detail their health status and open a dialogue about the participant s current health state Utilizing motivational interviewing students log three health goals for each participant and his or her progress is noted on future visits In considering their current health state participants are empowered to take STEPS towards a healthier lifestyle What to expect Saturday mornings begin with a small meeting to run through the day and review motivational interviewing We begin seeing residents at 9 a m If this is your first time volunteering at the shelter you will be interviewing residents with someone who has been to a session before with the idea that the next time you come you will be able to lead someone else We stop seeing patients at 11 30 a m and end our day with a brief meeting and try to have all volunteers out by noon What STEPS is NOT a health clinic where we treat actual diseases or health problems We try to make it very clear that while we can offer advice or direction about healthy habits as well as point out medical resources we cannot do not actually treat the health problems Want to volunteer Sign up now Download a flyer about the Initiative PDF Like us on Facebook to stay informed Email us to learn more about STEPS Information for Service Learning Credit Forms STEPS Risk Acknowledgement PDF STEPS SLSIE PDF STEPS SIE Hours Log DOC Locations St Vincent de Paul Gateway Shelter for Men Where 1921 S Gettysburg Ave Dayton OH 45417 When First and third Saturdays of each month St Vincent de Paul

    Original URL path: http://medicine.wright.edu/student-life/student-organizations/steps-health-initiative (2015-11-11)
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  • Student National Medical Association | Boonshoft School of Medicine | Wright State University
    Medical Ethics Interest Group Medical Student Research Club Medical School Student Council Obstetrics Gynecology Club Pediatrics Club Phi Rho Sigma PLDP Executive Council Psychiatry Student Interest Group Network Radiation Oncology Interest Group STEPS Health Initiative Student National Medical Association Student to Student Overview Presenter Evaluation Form Request a Program Student Wellness Group Surgical Society Urology Interest Group Find us on Facebook Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine Student National Medical Association The Student National Medical Association SNMA is the oldest and largest student run organization focused on the needs and concerns of medical students of color Membership includes more than 6 000 medical students pre medical students residents and physicians Established in 1964 by medical students from Howard University and Meharry medical schools the SNMA boasts over 40 years of advocacy and service to underserved communities and medical students News Topaz Sampson was selected the 2013 2014 president elect of the Student National Medical Association at American Medical Education Conference AMEC 2013 in Louisville KY Kim Code was selected as the Region V Assistant Regional Director at AMEC 2013 in Louisville KY The annual Pie Throwing Fundraiser is back Willie Harrington III was selected 2012 Member of the Year by members from Region V at AMEC 2012 Topaz Sampson was elected to the Regional Executive Board as Region V Webmaster at AMEC 2012 Daisy E Conduah was elected to the Board of Directors in the capacity of Co Chair of the International Affairs Committee at AMEC 2012 Sponsored Events Regional Leadership Institute September 27 2014 Region V Fall Conference October 17 19 2014 Lansing Michigan Simulation Lab October 23 2014 Minorities in Medicine February 3 2015 Cultural Competency of the 21st Century February 17 2015 Violence Prevention Movie Screening March 31 2015 Annual Medical Education Conference April 1 5

    Original URL path: http://medicine.wright.edu/student-life/student-organizations/student-national-medical-association (2015-11-11)
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  • James B. Peoples, M.D., Surgical Society | Boonshoft School of Medicine | Wright State University
    day is never like the next So a typical day is not so typical I do have scheduled office days to see patients but it sometimes gets interrupted by traumas or emergencies if I am on call One office day right before the start of my office hours a gunshot wound victim came in He had been shot a number of times including several wounds to his heart and we had to open his chest in the trauma bay in the ED and once we revived him then we rushed him up to the OR and tried to repair all the holes in his heart Unfortunately he died later in the ICU but we did all we could to save him Needless to say my office had to call all my patients to re schedule their office visit for that day What is a typical week like for you Being in academic surgery we have a fair amount of educational conferences that we schedule for the residents and students so that is the main structure to my week We have M M conference where we discuss those patients who died or had complications We also have some more interactive conferences we have a procedure lab for the trauma team which is where we practice procedures like chest tubes cricothyroidotomies resuscitative thoracotomies all on cadavers Besides conferences I am typically on call at least once or sometimes twice a week I share rounding responsibilities with my group so I can expect to be the team rounder typically two weeks sometimes three out of the month I also try to find time during my week to work on my ongoing research projects and other academic pursuits like teaching mentoring the medical students or residents What is your favorite part about surgery I definitely love the operating room Using my hands and my brain is the reason that I went into surgery in the first place What is the most challenging aspect of surgery for you One of the best parts of trauma surgery is the fact that you never have the same day twice That can also be one of the most challenging things about trauma surgery too There s lots of chaos and multi tasking that goes into being a trauma surgeon but I like to take the chaos of a trauma and try to organize it based on all the things I ve learned over the years Being a trauma surgeon is sometimes hectic and stressful but bringing someone back from the brink of death is a great feeling Even though we can t save everyone it s also good to know that we ve tried everything within our power to do so What do you like to do in your free time I am married and really enjoy spending time with my husband We like to watch movies and TV Big Bang Theory is his current favorite and he s got me hooked on it too We also like

    Original URL path: http://medicine.wright.edu/student-life/student-organizations/james-b-peoples-md-surgical-society (2015-11-11)
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  • Urology Interest Group | Boonshoft School of Medicine | Wright State University
    Electives for Visiting Students Year 3 Clerkships Family Medicine Clerkship Internal Medicine Clerkship Pediatrics Clerkship Psychiatry Clerkship Surgery Clerkship Women s Health Clerkship Year 4 Clerkships Clinical Neurology Clerkship Emergency Medicine Clerkship Policies Diversity Inclusion Policy Professional Honor Code Student Policy Procedure Guide Student Information Insurance for Medical Students Medical Student Mental Health Services Applying for Residency Student Organizations Student Organizations Overview Organization Contacts 5K AIDS Benefit Walk Run Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society American Medical Association American Medical Women s Association Boonshoft PRIDE Dayton IHI Open School Doctor s Notes Emergency Medicine Interest Group Family Medicine Interest Group Global Health Initiative Overview Travel Opportunities Travel Insurance Checklist Warnings Symposium Silent Auction Gold Humanism Honor Society Intercultural Connection Internal Medicine Interest Group J Shoft Medical Ethics Interest Group Medical Student Research Club Medical School Student Council Obstetrics Gynecology Club Pediatrics Club Phi Rho Sigma PLDP Executive Council Psychiatry Student Interest Group Network Radiation Oncology Interest Group STEPS Health Initiative Student National Medical Association Student to Student Overview Presenter Evaluation Form Request a Program Student Wellness Group Surgical Society Urology Interest Group Find us on Facebook Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine Urology Interest Group Purpose To expand medical student exposure to and awareness of the field of urology and provide a place where students interested in urology can network and share ideas with other students and faculty Urology is not a required rotation and like other surgical subspecialties many medical students do not get much exposure to urology during medical school Our goal is to introduce medical students to the field of urology provide them an insight into what the life of a urologist is like and connect them to faculty and other students who share their passion for urology Activities We will host local urologists to discuss

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  • Fourth-year student selected for student editorial panel for Universal Notes | Boonshoft School of Medicine | Wright State University
    Announcements Inside Boonshoft Vital Signs Vital Signs Archive 1996 2010 Calendars Events Continuing Medical Education Clinical Affiliations Major Teaching Hospitals Affiliated Health Care Institutions Core Facilities Vision Mission Strategic Plan Information for Faculty Staff Information for Visitors Directions Maps Directions to White Hall Places to Stay Near Wright State University Visiting Dayton Information for the Media Wright State Physicians Find us on Facebook Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine Fourth year student selected for student editorial panel for Universal Notes August 4 2015 Thao Vi Dao a fourth year medical student at Boonshoft School of Medicine was selected to be one of 10 medical students from three countries to serve on the 2015 2016 Student Editorial Panel for Universal Notes a portable medical school curriculum created and edited by students under the guidance of board certified physicians Universal Notes is a wonderful tool that allows students across the world to have access to well built materials and a question bank full of USMLE style questions Dao said I m so proud to be joining an outstanding group of students and to build my skills as a future medical educator Her term began July 1 2015 and will conclude on

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  • Research | Boonshoft School of Medicine | Wright State University
    of Wright State researchers awarded a prestigious Program Project Grant of nearly 5 million in 2007 and renewed in 2012 by the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke Another collaboration between the Boonshoft School of Medicine and Premier Health will open the door to clinical trials The medical school and Premier recently announced the creation of a Clinical Trials Research Alliance to increase medical research opportunities for physicians and clinicians at the medical school and Premier hospitals The Alliance is expected to build a 5 million to 7 million clinical research portfolio over five years roughly doubling the total of what the medical school and Premier have today In 2009 the medical school broke ground for the National Center for Medical Readiness Tactical Laboratory at Calamityville Developed by the Department of Emergency Medicine NCMR is a community wide effort to better prepare our community for large scale emergencies such as a weather disaster terrorist attack or hazmat situation Its vision is to be the international center of excellence in medical readiness education training research and operations by integrating medical readiness into all aspects of health care public safety public health and homeland security systems Designated a University System of Ohio Center of Excellence NCMR provides training and education research product development and testing and commercialization opportunities and strongly emphasizes collaboration among individuals and organizations within the military the private sector and government at the local state and federal levels A broad range of investigation The Lifespan Health Research Center LHRC is home to the Fels Longitudinal Study the world s largest and longest running study of human development growth body composition and aging Research in the area of epidemiology focuses on examining risk factors and health consequences for a number of common diseases including obesity cardiovascular disease sarcopenia and osteoporosis Research in the area of morphological sciences and biostatistics focuses on determinants of craniofacial morphology genetics of bone and joint health longitudinal modeling of growth and assessment of skeletal maturity Current Center funding from NIH exceeds 13 million in support of multi year studies The Center for Interventions Treatment and Addictions Research CITAR advances the production dissemination and utilization of scientific knowledge and professional technology regarding the epidemiology consequences prevention and treatment of substance abuse It conducts wide ranging research through programs such as the Weekend Intervention Program WIP Substance Abuse Resources Disability Issues SARDI the Dayton Area Drug Survey DADS and the NIDA National Early Warning System Network iN3 In 2010 Public Health Dayton Montgomery County awarded CITAR a contract funded by a grant from the Ohio Department of Health to investigate the high rate of unintentional prescription drug overdoses in Montgomery County through the Unintentional Prescription Drug Poisoning Project Wright State s Center for Genomics Research CGR provides state of the art technical assistance and facilities for both basic and clinical science projects in the areas of gene expression flow cytometry and genotyping CGR supports Wright State researchers as well as industry partners and collaborations with the

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  • Research | Boonshoft School of Medicine | Wright State University
    awarded a prestigious Program Project Grant of nearly 5 million in 2007 and renewed in 2012 by the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke Another collaboration between the Boonshoft School of Medicine and Premier Health will open the door to clinical trials The medical school and Premier recently announced the creation of a Clinical Trials Research Alliance to increase medical research opportunities for physicians and clinicians at the medical school and Premier hospitals The Alliance is expected to build a 5 million to 7 million clinical research portfolio over five years roughly doubling the total of what the medical school and Premier have today In 2009 the medical school broke ground for the National Center for Medical Readiness Tactical Laboratory at Calamityville Developed by the Department of Emergency Medicine NCMR is a community wide effort to better prepare our community for large scale emergencies such as a weather disaster terrorist attack or hazmat situation Its vision is to be the international center of excellence in medical readiness education training research and operations by integrating medical readiness into all aspects of health care public safety public health and homeland security systems Designated a University System of Ohio Center of Excellence NCMR provides training and education research product development and testing and commercialization opportunities and strongly emphasizes collaboration among individuals and organizations within the military the private sector and government at the local state and federal levels A broad range of investigation The Lifespan Health Research Center LHRC is home to the Fels Longitudinal Study the world s largest and longest running study of human development growth body composition and aging Research in the area of epidemiology focuses on examining risk factors and health consequences for a number of common diseases including obesity cardiovascular disease sarcopenia and osteoporosis Research in the area of morphological sciences and biostatistics focuses on determinants of craniofacial morphology genetics of bone and joint health longitudinal modeling of growth and assessment of skeletal maturity Current Center funding from NIH exceeds 13 million in support of multi year studies The Center for Interventions Treatment and Addictions Research CITAR advances the production dissemination and utilization of scientific knowledge and professional technology regarding the epidemiology consequences prevention and treatment of substance abuse It conducts wide ranging research through programs such as the Weekend Intervention Program WIP Substance Abuse Resources Disability Issues SARDI the Dayton Area Drug Survey DADS and the NIDA National Early Warning System Network iN3 In 2010 Public Health Dayton Montgomery County awarded CITAR a contract funded by a grant from the Ohio Department of Health to investigate the high rate of unintentional prescription drug overdoses in Montgomery County through the Unintentional Prescription Drug Poisoning Project Wright State s Center for Genomics Research CGR provides state of the art technical assistance and facilities for both basic and clinical science projects in the areas of gene expression flow cytometry and genotyping CGR supports Wright State researchers as well as industry partners and collaborations with the 711th Human Performance Wing

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