The Faculty Affairs Code, Appendix A, governs the operations of UNC Physicians & Associates and clinical activities of the School of Medicine faculty. Please read the following note about updates to the Code that reflect the P&A name change to UNC Faculty Physicians and the updated governance structure.
The name change will become official on Jan. 1, 2013. A new logo was also developed. Read on for a letter from Dr. Allen Daugird, President of UNC Faculty Physicians.
Rebecca Owen, administrative manager for the Cystic Fibrosis/Pulmonary Research and Treatment Center, won a Chancellor's Award for government service. Christene Tashjian, project coordinator in Allied Health Sciences, won an Excellence in Management Award. The two were among seven UNC employees honored by the university this year.
On Monday morning, Dec. 17, ITS updated the security certificates on the login servers that control the UNC-Secure wireless network. When you connect to the wireless network, you may or may not receive a window that asks if it’s OK to accept the certificate. You should answer yes to that question.
Family Medicine's Workplace Wellness Program reduces costs while making employees happier and healthier
The Town of Chapel Hill was recently named one of the Triangle’s Healthiest Employers by the Triangle Business Journal because of its innovative employee wellness program designed and delivered by UNC Family Medicine called Wellness@Work.
Please save the date for the 33rd Annual Zollicoffer Lecture & Banquet to be held on Friday, Feb. 15. This year's lecturer is Dr. Brenda Armstrong, Associate Dean, Medical Education and Director of Admissions for Duke University School of Medicine and Professor of Pediatrics and Cardiology at Duke University Medical Center.
The UNC School of Medicine and the Eugene S. Mayer Honor Society cordially invite you to attend the 2013 Community Service Day on Thursday, Feb. 14.
Congratulations to Nikolay Dokholyan, PhD, Professor of Biochemistry and Biophysics, for his election as a 2012 APS Fellow.
Due to the holidays, there will not be an issue of Vital Signs next week. Our first issue of the new year will go out Thursday, Jan. 3.