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SCS Forum on GME Issues
January's GME forum, "Patient Safety: The Do’s and Don’ts" by Steve Schenkel, MD, will take place on Tuesday, January 14 at 12 Noon EST.
To join the session, download handouts, view previous recordings, or get a complete schedule of upcoming SCS forum events, visit the GME Issues: Webinar Series page.
S.A.F.E.R.: Sleep Alertness and Fatigue Education in Residency
SAFER, or Sleep, Alertness and Fatigue Education in Residency, is a 25-minute narrated video presentation that provides an introduction to the science of sleep and the effects of sleep deprivation. SAFER focuses on the demands and stresses of medical residency. The presentation provides practical suggestions for residents to manage fatigue and sleepiness including:
- The influence of circadian and homeostatic processes
- When and how long to sleep
- What fatigue countermeasures to use
Launch of Facebook Page
We're now on Facebook!
Please visit us at our SCS Facebook page and LIKE us! This website remains the primary source for news and information, but the new Facebook page will provide another avenue for those who wish share experiences and ideas with others and stay connected to our events and initiatives.
FALL ASSESSMENT is now available!
Now Available: Fall 2013 Medical Spanish Course Download
The Fall 2013 Spanish course is now available for download. This comprehensive course is designed specifically to teach physicians and medical providers the language skills needed to provide basic H & P’s, physical exams, follow care and prescription instructions to Spanish-speaking patients. The goal of the course is to help health care providers better communicate with Spanish-speaking patients and provide culturally sensitive health care services to this growing population.
OPP/OMT Faculty Development Workshop Series
When: Saturday 9 am - 4 pm (December 14th)
Where: E106/D9 East Fee Hall, East Lansing
These workshops are all different and designed to “train the trainers” regarding the new OPP/OMT curriculum that will be used to teach 3rd year MSUCOM students during their base hospital rotations starting in July 2014. We are starting our faculty development one year early. There is no cost for this faculty development, but you must register in advance.
More information and registration data available on the Agenda
Looking For Help in Core Competency Training?
The Statewide Campus System has developed a series of OPP/OMT modules covering the integration of OPP into: the care of hospitalized patients, those with Cardiovascular and Respiratory disease, patients that have undergone abdominal surgery, and those with extremity complaints. More information on these modules can be found at: OPP/OMT Integration Workshop Series. These modules can be purchased via the MSU Store.