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JUly 20 - August 02, 2020 (summer Schedule)


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COMMUNITY WELLNESS

Welcome to the new "Community Wellness" section of the WeeklyWire! Be sure to review this section for any announcements regarding student wellness! If you ever have any questions about this section, it's postings, or any wellness topics, please do not hesitate to contact our Director of Student Well-being, Dr. Lee Rosen.

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LCOMcares: VOLUNTEER/SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES

Recently added to our ongoing LCOMcares Service Corps COVID-19 Initiative Resource Document:

COVID-19 Disproportionately Impacts Racial & Ethnic Minorities: The impact of COVID-19 on Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) continues to be much greater than on other groups. Racism is a risk factor for dying of COVID-19.

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UNIVERSITY OPPORTUNITIES & UPCOMING EVENTS

UVM Events under COVID-19:
Events should be hosted remotely where and when possible to support our current shelter-in-place recommendations. UVM campus will limit any events/group gatherings to no more than 25 people, physical distancing should be practiced at all times (6 or more feet apart), and hosts should always provide a remote attendance option
Please be familiar with the UVM COVID-19 information & resources.

THESE TWO WEEKS:

  • Choosing Wisely Recommendation of the Week(s) - Choose Wisely and WIN! Join the LCOM Choosing Wisely STARS in promoting high value care in medical education. Review this week's spotlight recommendation and enter our PRIZE RAFFLE...
    • Thanks for Choosing Wisely! The winners of this month's raffle prizes are: Georges Tahhan, Akua Frimpong, and Cameron Burke! The Choosing Wisely STARS rep will email you with information on how to claim your prize. Don’t forget – every edition of the Weekly Wire includes another chance to win!

 

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STUDENT FINANCIAL SERVICES (Scholarships, Awards, & Finance FYIs)

White Coat Investor Scholarship Opportunity: 08/31 deadline. Outside scholarship opportunity for medical students only...

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RESEARCH, LEADERSHIP & FELLOWSHIP

THESE TWO WEEKS:

UPCOMING:

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ARTS & PUBLICATION

The Nocturnists - "Black Voices in Healthcare Episode #2 - Joy"*: New audio documentary series, Black Voices in Healthcare (releasing new episodes each Tuesday); their latest episode, "Joy," highlights beautiful moments of connection with patients, family legacies, Black culture, and community building...

New Green Mountain Medicine Episode Released - "Women in Medicine & Bridging the Gap" (GMM Episode #11)*: Released 07/16. In our latest podcast episode, Matt and Dylan are joined by guest co-host Sienna Searles (MS4), Dr. Polly Parsons MD, and Dr. Bridget Marroquin MD in a conversation about the experience of women in medicine...

AAMC calls for stories and poem submissions*: Submissions accepted on an ongoing basis. In partnership with StoryCorps and the National Endowment for the Arts; seeking oral and written stories that explore the lived experiences of the health care workforce...

The Nocturnists - "Black Voices in Healthcare"*: New audio documentary series, Black Voices in Healthcare, is finally here (releasing new episodes each Tuesday)! So much to explore about what it means to be Black in healthcare, but for episode 1, "Again," The Nocturnists wanted to honor the grief of this historical moment...

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YOU SAID, WE DID - YOUR WORDS IN ACTION

If you receive feedback from students and put that feedback into action, please let our student community know; submit postings/updates to Medical Student Services by 7am, on Fridays. Postings are reviewed by the Office of Medical Student Education Medical Education Leadership Team on Mondays for inclusion in an upcoming issue of the WeeklyWire. Community members can also view our database of current and past “You Said, We Did” submissions, in the Learning Commons.

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Housing Opportunities

Graduate students are highly sought tenants in the Burlington area and property owners often advertise specifically to them with special rates (less than would be offered to undergraduate students); thus, the Office of Medical Student Education pulls together a list of housing opportunities posted specifically for this group, so you don't miss out on a good deal. Moreover, medical students also try to keep good spaces "in the family" and are known to post to this list. Please contact the Office of Medical Education if you have any questions.

Don't hesitate to ask the contact if they would consider lowering the advertised rate to secure a graduate student; it never hurts to ask!

Lost & Found

Lost something? Email the Office of Medical Student Education (OMSE) a description of the item. OMSE and the Dana Medical Library recently joined the UVM campus-wide lost & found system and search not only the College of Medicine, but campus as a whole to see if it's been turned in. If it hasn't, the office can file a claim for the item should someone turn it in soon!

Found something? Please turn it into either the Office of Medical Student Education (Given Courtyard n100) or the Dana Medical Library (First floor of the Medical Education Center) and we will be sure to log it into the Campus-Wide Lost & Found Database.

Found items are kept up to 30 days, and then are donated to various local organizations depending on the item.