OIS, together with ITS, will be activating Network Access Control (NAC) in the buildings listed below on Monday, February 27. If prompted, please follow the steps to download and install the NAC agent onto your computer to get access to the network. Only devices that are “wired” to connect to the network will be affected. Wireless devices will not be affected.
The 8th Annual Huntley lecture will be held on Wednesday, March 7. The luncheon will feature a presentation by Thomas S. Inui, MD, ScM, MACP.
Carolina Institute for Developmental Disabilities Awarded $4.9M to Conduct Interdisciplinary Training
The DHHS's Maternal and Child Health Bureau will give the money to the Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental and Related Disabilities (LEND) Training Program, part of the CIDD.
There will be a planned electrical power outage on March 10 in the Burnett-Womack Building as part of a five-year check.
Attendees will learn how carefully managed security programs and structures will reduce the potential for breach occurrences and meet the obligations of regulated environment. They will gain constructive suggestions for information security and technology management.
This weekend on YOUR HEALTH, Adam and Cristy will be joined by Coordinator of the N.C. Cancer Hospital Patient and Family Advisory Board, Loretta Muss about Cancer Care & Families.
Peter A Ubel, MD, will present, "The Other End of the Stethoscope: Why Good Decision Making Requires Providers and Patients to Work Together."
Frank Church, PhD, Kurt Gilliland, PhD, Edward Kernick, DPM, Marianne Meeker, PhD, Gwendolyn Sancar, PhD, Sarah Street, PhD, and Arrel Toews, PhD were selected as the first cohort of teaching champions.