March 16

Carolina Value School of Medicine Update

Carolina Value School of Medicine Update

In case you missed it, read more about the progress that has been made and next steps in the School of Medicine's Carolina Value efforts.

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Orchestrating Arrivals for Patient-Centered Care

Orchestrating Arrivals for Patient-Centered Care

The Department of Medicine has introduced Medical Admitting Officers to help coordinate patient flow.

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Living Organ Donation: One Woman's Story

Living Organ Donation: One Woman's Story

This weekend on YOUR HEALTH®, in honor of National Kidney Month, Adam & guest co-host Laurel Sisler welcome Carol Offen, who, after donating a kidney to her son 10 years ago, has become an advocate for living organ donation.

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Early pregnancy treatment of subclinical thyroid dysfunction has no impact on infant cognitive outcomes

Early pregnancy treatment of subclinical thyroid dysfunction has no impact on infant cognitive outcomes

A comprehensive clinical trial, published in the New England Journal of Medicine, challenges three decades worth of observational studies by conclusively demonstrating that treatment between eight and 20 weeks of gestation does not have an impact on adverse outcomes in children through five years of age.

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Leveraging clinical data to improve bariatric surgery outcomes

Leveraging clinical data to improve bariatric surgery outcomes

UNC physicians, including Meredith Duke, MD, MBA, are part of a national effort to improve bariatric surgery patient outcomes.

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Felix describes multiple sclerosis in newest episode of autoimmune disease series

Felix describes multiple sclerosis in newest episode of autoimmune disease series

In Episode Four of "Autoimmune Disease: Pieces of the Picture," Ana Felix, MD, talks with Ron Falk, MD, about multiple sclerosis, the different forms of the disease, getting an MRI, and issues related to treatment.

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Office of Faculty Governance hosts Coffee with the Candidates events

Join the 2017 Chair of the Faculty Candidates Leslie Parise and Lloyd Kramer for a meet and greet in the Pleasants Family Assembly Room at Wilson Library. The morning breakfast reception will take place on March 29, 2017, at 9:30 a.m. Coffee and pastries will be served.

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New Faculty Orientation event to be held March 22

A New Faculty Orientation session will be held from 8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. at the Stone Center. The event includes breakfast, professional development resources, and the chance to network with SOM leaders and fellow faculty members from across the SOM.

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New Round of SOM Bridge Funding

Submissions for the current round of SOM bridge funding are currently being accepted. The deadline for submission is April 17, 2017.

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UNC Hospitals Beacon Program Offers Danger Assessments

The Beacon program can now provide patients, employees, and family members personalized danger assessments to help assess the level of danger that a woman has of being killed or seriously injured by her intimate partner.

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Match Day 2017

Students and their families will gather to celebrate their accomplishments and find out where they will complete their residency training. Learn more about Friday’s event. And check back next week for full Match Day coverage.

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Appointment, Promotion, and Tenure Workshop

The Office of Faculty Affairs and Leadership Development invites all faculty to attend the next series of Appointment, Promotion, and Tenure Workshops. These workshops are designed to assist faculty with navigating the appointment, promotion, and tenure guidelines, and equip faculty with the information needed to successfully prepare for future reviews.

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Appointment, Promotion, and Tenure Workshop

The Office of Faculty Affairs and Leadership Development invites all faculty to attend the next series of Appointment, Promotion, and Tenure Workshops. These workshops are designed to assist faculty with navigating the appointment, promotion, and tenure guidelines, and equip faculty with the information needed to successfully prepare for future reviews.

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UNC Interprofessional Education Student Meeting

Join a discussion about the possibility of forming an IPE group on campus. All health affairs students are welcome.

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