March 1

UNC School of Medicine Seeks Chair for Department of Orthopaedics

The School of Medicine of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill seeks a well-qualified academic leader to serve as Chair of Orthopaedics.

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Currently seeking Patient Centered Care Tutors

Tutors are needed for the Patient Centered Care course in the UNC School of Medicine. The course enables students to learn the core clinical skills—History-Taking, Physical Examination, Communication, Clinical Reasoning, Patient-Centered Care, and Professionalism— necessary for future patient care.

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Caregivers at Carolina announces support for new award recipient

Caregivers at Carolina announces support for new award recipient

The Caregivers at Carolina: Support for Physician Scientists Program has announced Jonathan Parr, MD, MPH, Assistant Professor in the Division of Infectious Diseases and the Institute for Global Health and Infectious Diseases, as the latest recipient of funding support.

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UNC to co-host 1918 flu pandemic symposium

UNC to co-host 1918 flu pandemic symposium

Registration is now open for Going Viral: Impact and Implications of the 1918 Influenza Pandemic, a symposium featuring UNC faculty, international experts, and New York Times award-winning author Gina Kolata.

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Fleming honored by American Heart Association and The Children’s Heart Foundation

Fleming honored by American Heart Association and The Children’s Heart Foundation

Nicole Fleming, a PhD candidate in the Liu Lab, has been honored with a Congenital Heart Defect Research Award from the American Heart Association and Children’s Heart Foundation.

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FIRST Program Accepts New Class of Students

The Fully Integrated Readiness Service Training (FIRST) Program has announced its third class of students. With funding support from The Duke Endowment, medical students Bailey Minish, Bailey Allen, and Amy Moulthrop have been accepted into this accelerated medical curriculum. These students were chosen for this honor based on their commitment to Family Medicine and service to vulnerable populations, academic record, leadership qualities, and potential for success in serving the residents of North Carolina.

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Update on Strategic Planning Process

The faculty survey is now closed. Thank you to the more than 700 faculty members who took the time to complete the survey.

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UNC School of Medicine Seeks NC AHEC Program Director and Associate Dean

The School of Medicine of The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill seeks a dynamic leader to fill the position of NC AHEC Program Director and Associate Dean.

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Pursuing Kidney Health in the Kingdom of Bhutan

Pursuing Kidney Health in the Kingdom of Bhutan

Dr. Dorey Glenn from the department of medicine's division of nephrology takes pediatric nephrology education to Thimphu, partially funded by a Global Partnership Award from the Chancellor’s Global Education Fund.

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Campion to step down from position as Chair, Department of Orthopaedics

Campion to step down from position as Chair, Department of Orthopaedics

Edmund Campion, MD, has announced that he will be retiring effective at the end of this year. A national search will commence to find a replacement for Campion as Chair of the Department of Orthopaedics.

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Smith named assistant secretary of American Urological Association

Smith named assistant secretary of American Urological Association

The American Urological Association has announced several new leadership positions to support and guide its international activities. Angela Smith, MD, MS, FACS, assistant professor of urology, has been selected as one of three assistant secretaries.

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Surgery Grand Rounds: John Ikonomidis

The March 7 Surgery Grand Rounds will feature John Ikonomidis, Chief, Cardiothoracic Surgery.

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Medicine Residents Win at the NC Chapter of the ACP Meeting

Medicine Residents Win at the NC Chapter of the ACP Meeting

Medicine residents win the statewide medical jeopardy competition for the third year in a row, while a resident-led quality improvement project and poster takes best overall.

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Head for the Cure Kickoff

Join Head for the Cure and UNC Neurosurgery for a kickoff reception at Top of the Hill on Tuesday, March 27 from 6 - 7:30 pm.

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Your Health: Important Issues on the Health Care Horizon

Your Health: Important Issues on the Health Care Horizon

This weekend on YOUR HEALTH® Adam and guest co-host Laurel Sisler welcome physician and journalist Dr. Dhruv Khullar for a conversation about a few important issues on the health care horizon.

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Children's Research Institute Seminar Series: "Dengue as a Pediatric Infectious Disease and the Current Status of Vaccine Development"

The Children’s Research Institute Seminar Series presents its March speaker, Aravinda de Silva, PhD, MPH, for his talk, "Dengue as a Pediatric Infectious Disease and the Current Status of Vaccine Development."

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UNC Kidney Center Video Strives to Increase Research Readiness

UNC Kidney Center Video Strives to Increase Research Readiness

A recent dialysis research study shows many aspects of research can be improved to encourage broader patient participation and better align research and clinical processes in clinics. A product of the study is a new video tool that features actual participants in animation.

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Medical Student Quality Improvement Symposium

Medical Student Quality Improvement Symposium

The UNC Institute for Healthcare Quality Improvement will host a Physician Leadership in Quality & Safety Scholarly Concentration Student Symposium on March 15.

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