Greetings! I am the co-president of UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine’s Wildlife and Aquatic Animal Medicine Club (WAAM). Our 20th Anniversary symposium is this March 29 and 30th, 2014. Please pass this flyer around to interested students and faculty. Our registration is open and we are offering webinar registration, as well. Please visit : http://www.vetmed.ucdavis.edu/ce/wildlife/waam_symposium.cfm Thank you and have a great week! Joelle ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Joelle M. Sweeney, M.Sc. Student of Veterinary Medicine, UC Davis 2015 Knights Landing Project Leader, Students for One Health WAAM Co-President Email: firstname.lastname@example.org C# 415-847-1138 WAAM_Symposium_March_2014.pdf
Hi, my name is Hadley Gunnell and I graduated from UW in June 2013. I now work for a medical clinic on Capitol Hill and our office is in search of a great Medical Office Clerk. I was hoping that you could post this job listing to the Pre-Health Advising Blog or send it out via the Pre-Health List Serv. The listing is already posted on HuskyJobs but we would like to reach more people and are hoping this will help! Please let me know if you have any questions, otherwise the listing is copied below. Thank you, — Hadley E. Gunnell Medical Assistant| Wise Patient Internal Medicine 613 19th Avenue East, #201 Seattle, WA 98112 Phone: (206) 466-5937 Fax: (206) 535-8844 School of Public Health|College Honors Program University of Washington|Class of 2013 Email: email@example.com> firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: (206) 920-5766 ___________________________________________________________________ Job Title: Medical Office Clerk Start Date for Position: Immediately Hours: Part-time, 5-15hrs/wk, flexible schedule. Hours will be worked M-F 8am-6pm. We are able to accommodate class schedules. MUST BE AVAILABLE YEAR ROUND, INCLUDING SUMMER. Location: Wise Patient Internal Medicine, Mercer Professional Building, 613 19th Ave E, Suite 201, Seattle, WA 98112 – Conveniently located on the north side of Capitol Hill, near multiple bus lines including the 48, 43, 12 Description, Tasks, Responsibilities: – Introduction to the daily operations of a small primary care practice – Handling paperwork, scanning documents into our EHR – Answering telephones and taking messages for staff – General office organization including cleaning exam rooms and restocking supplies – Inventory of medical/office supplies – Other duties as needed by clinical staff on the fly Knowledge, Skills, Abilities – Interest in the medical field and how a primary care practice works – General knowledge of HIPAA, although we will provide further training – Detail oriented, pro-active, organized – Ability to transition efficiently between tasks – Quick learner, able to take direction – Strong interpersonal and customer service skills, experience answering a telephone professionally Go to www.imwisepatient.com to learn more about our practice! To apply, see our listing on HuskyJobs or email a Cover Letter and Resume to email@example.com. No phone calls to our office please.
This week will be the second meeting of a new RSO, Students for Evidence-Based Medicine and Policy. The meeting will be on Wednesday, March 5th, from 4:45-5:45pm, in HUB 214. Most of SEBMAP’s members are pre-med/pre-vet/public health, and we welcome anyone interested in a science-based approach to medicine and public health policy. Our Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/697991030212937/
This is email is to inform everyone that our previous scheduled MCAT Seminar for this evening has been cancelled. Our next seminar will be held in April. We will have an update sent out soon. Thanks, Sandweiss Test Prep — Sandweiss Test Prep Website: www.sandweisstestprep.com Tel. 206-417-5050 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com> Main Office: 444 NE Ravenna Boulevard, Suite 108, Seattle, WA 98115 Bellevue Classroom: 12360 NE 8th Street, Suite 100, Bellevue, WA 98005 Click here to check out our profile on Facebook!
Hello Everyone, It’s already March! On Thursday, March 6th from 4:30 to 6, MEDIC will be holding a meeting in Health Sciences T-wing room 359. New folks very welcome! Jane will be leading a discussion on doctor burn out. If you would like some background check out the following links: http://well.blogs.nytimes.com/2013/09/26/easing-doctor-burnout-with-mindfuln ess/?_php=true &_type=blogs&_r=0 http://commonhealth.wbur.org/2013/10/why-i-left-medicine-a-burnt-out-doctors -decision-to-quit Navigating the Health Sciences building can be tricky. Enter through the main T wing entrance, go down to the third floor, turn right, turn left at the first hallway on your left, and when that hallway tees, room 359 is just to your right. Bring your friends! Snacks will be provided! If you have any questions, feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and be sure to like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/medicuw for updates about MEDIC and bioethics in the media. Hope to see you there! Annie Young, Jane Kwon, Shahar Levari, Julia Buschmann, and Kaia Barth — MEDIC at UW University of Washington Student Organization Affiliated with Bioethics and Humanities https://www.facebook.com/medicuw?ref=hl http://students.washington.edu/medicuw/ email@example.com
Don’t forget that Kaplan test prep will be offering a Free Practice Test Event for all students THIS SATURDAY, March 1st at 11:00 AM in the UW School of Law. Wherever you are on your path to Grad School a perfect start is with a practice test. We will be hosting a free GRE, LSAT, MCAT, DAT, OAT and PCAT tests. Each attendee will get a detailed score report highlighting their strengths and weaknesses, complete explanations of every question, and strategies for improvement. Attendees will also be eligible for a drawing for $500 off a Kaplan course! We will send you an email confirming your registration and providing instruction for check in the day of the test. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to register!
Supply and demand of health and health services in developing countries (GH490E/ GH590F) Course Description This is a dual undergraduate and graduate level course. This course examines the demand, supply and financing of health and health service in developing countries. Each class period is divided into two distinct portions. During the first portion, students will be introduced to evidence about a thematic topic and use theoretical frameworks from the field of economics to interpret that evidence. During this portion of the class, our objective is to identify what we know about these issues. The second portion of each class period will focus on the empirical methodology used to generate and test evidence from data. During this portion, our objective is to understand how we know what we know. Special attention is devoted to drawing causal inference from observational data. The 4-credit course consists of two lectures per week (Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 3:30 to 5:20 pm). The 5-credit course consists of those lectures plus a one-hour research forum (Thursday from 5:30 to 6:20 pm). During this forum, students pursue their own independent research project. Course Logistics Professors: Joe Dieleman & Mike Hanlon Credits: 4/5 Days: Tuesday, Thursday Times: Lectures: 3:30 – 5:20PM / Optional section: 5:30 – 6:20PM, Thursday Location[Course Information: Instructors: Professor Rafael Lozano, Professor Ali Mokdad Lectures: Tuesday & Thursday, 3:30 - 4:50 pm, ARC 147 Credits: 3 Prerequisites: EPI 511 or equivalent or instructor's permission SLN: 20727]: THO 119 Please let me know if there are any questions about this course. Thank you, Sean Lassiter Education Program Manager Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation | University of Washington 2301 5th Avenue, Suite 600 | Seattle, WA 98121 Tel: +1-206-897-2832 | Fax: +1-206-897-2899 | Campus Mailbox: 358210 email@example.com@uw.edu> | http://healthmetricsandevaluation.org
Are you interested in scientific research, teaching, health sciences, environmental issues, or other related fields? Are you interested in: * Succeeding in introductory biology (BIOL 180, 200, 220) and other bioscience courses? * Learning, thinking, and writing like a scientist? * Joining a diverse community of UW biology students and mentors? * Identifying research, scholarship, and training opportunities? Students who have not yet taken BIOL 180 are encouraged to apply. Accepted students will participate in BIOL 106 during Spring Quarter (Tuesdays and Thursdays, 3:00-4:20 pm, 3 credits). This course helps learners define and develop skills for success as science students and plan individualized academic and professional pathways. “We got the sense that the best way was to study to understand it from our own interests as scientists. And that’s what I do now in my other classes
Share your journey through service and leadership! All University of Washington students are invited to share stories and information about their journey through service and leadership by participating in the Gallery of Student Projects as part of the Spring Celebrationon Tuesday, May 20, 2014 from 3:00-6:30 PM in the Husky Union Building (HUB). The Spring Celebration of Service and Leadership is an annual poster gallery and interactive program hosted by programs in the Center for Experiential Learning & Diversity, the Husky Leadership Initiative, and The HUB. The Spring Celebration highlights UW students’ innovative service and leadership work in our campus and surrounding communities. This is an opportunity to present your engagement through a poster display and to discuss your service and leadership work with other students, faculty, community partners, and civic and university leaders. Benefits of participation in the Gallery of Student Projects include: * Sharing your valuable service and leadership work with a diverse audience * Connecting with other students doing interesting and meaningful work on campus and in the community * Receiving feedback regarding your project and presentation * Building your experience and resume UW alumni Bryan Dosono commented on his past experience with the Spring Celebration, “I liked how the Spring Celebration of Service and Leadership allowed me to showcase my projects to the community. It was also a great way to find out about other opportunities that my peers have initiated within the University District and the greater Seattle area.” All UW undergraduate students are invited to apply for the gallery of student projects. Applications will be reviewed as they are received and projects are accepted on a space available basis. Want to apply? Visit our online application. All applications to participate are due by April 21, 2014 at 5:00 PM. Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org@uw.edu> The Spring Celebration is co-sponsored by the Carlson Leadership & Public Service Center, Jumpstart, the Mary Gates Endowment for Students, and the Pipeline Project — all units in the Center for Experiential Learning & Diversity – as well as the Husky Leadership Initiative and The HUB. We look forward to seeing you on May 20th for the Spring Celebration of Service and Leadership! [cid:email@example.com] ________________________________________________________ Spring Celebration of Service and Leadership Committee Carlson Leadership & Public Service Center | Husky Leadership Initiative | Jumpstart | Mary Gates Endowment for Students | Pipeline Project | The HUB http://expd.uw.edu/springcelebration 2014 Spring Celebration of Service and Leadership | May 20, 3-6:30pm | The HUB