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38th Annual Zollicoffer Lecture
Named in honor of Lawrence Zollicoffer, MD the lecture is intended to increase the awareness of minority health issues and introduce the student body to dynamic minority role models in the field of medicine. This year the committee is honored to host Donald E. Wesson MD, FASN as the 2019 Zollicoffer Lecturer. A renowned scientist and clinician, Dr. Wesson is also an extraordinary educator and mentor who has made an indelible mark on medical education.
Located in Vital Signs / 2019 / Jan. 10
38th Annual Zollicoffer-Merrimon Banquet
This year's Zollicoffer-Merrimon Banquet celebrates the legacy of Dr. Lawrence Zollicoffer and the spirit of community service and inclusion at UNC School of Medicine. Following the lecture, join us for a banquet honoring Zollicoffer 2019 lecturer Donald Wesson, MD, and his contributions to the medical field and medical education. We will also recognize the contributions of SNMA, LMSA, and QSA students to the community.
Located in Vital Signs / 2019 / Jan. 10
Drop-in photo session for School of Medicine faculty and UNC Health Care APPs
There will be a free drop-in photography session for UNC School of Medicine faculty members and UNC Health Care advanced practice providers (AuDs, CRNAs, CNMs, CNSs, CPPs, LCSWs, NPs, OTs, PTs, PAs and SLPs) only in February. Non-faculty advanced practice providers must provide direct, clinical patient care in the outpatient setting in order to be photographed.
Located in Employee News Online / 2019 / Jan. 17
Friday Morning Conference: "HIV Disclosure and Privacy"
This week's Friday Morning Conference will feature Emily Landon, MD, Associate Professor of Medicine and Hospital Epidemiologist, Section of Infectious Diseases and Global Health, University of Chicago, discussing "HIV Disclosure and Privacy"
Located in Vital Signs / 2019 / Feb. 7
Nursing Grand Rounds: Quality Data TV
Interpreting quality metric data into meaningful patient outcome information is often challenging. The Surgery Services have tailored data to be easily translatable and readily informative to staff.
Located in Employee News Online / 2019 / Jan. 31