MD Faculty and Residents are invited to attend a two-day intensive workshop on Osteopathic Principles and Practice in which they will learn the philosophy of osteopathic practice as well as basic techniques for Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment. The course will be taught by Drs. Kari Hortos, Shirin Clark, and Lori Dillard with supervised hands-on training. This course will meet the ACGME requirements for MD residents who are interested in osteopathic recognition for their residency training as well as providing basic training for seasoned MD clinicians. If you have questions about the course, contact Arman Ahmadpour at 1-517-884-6277 or email@example.com
Workshop participants will explore critical topics in Professionalism and Health Care Quality through expert lectures and guided group exercises. The interactive format is intended to encourage reflective thinking, challenge assumptions, and promote engaging dialog around concepts of professionalism, health care disparities, and cross-cultural communication. This course provides education in fulfillment of the CLER objectives on Professionalism.
Opioid Training and Certification for Residents and Faculty to Meet State Requirements
Mark your calendar for Friday, Oct. 11th we are offering the “Your Name is on the Bottle” opioid training program to help members meet state licensure requirements on opioid prescribing and practical strategies they can use to legally protect themselves and their practice. We will have Judge Jodi back. The program will be from 9AM-12Noon at the Barronette in Novi. The event is free for members; $99 for non-members. An Eventbrite link for registration will be available in the weeks ahead. Register here.
Scholarly Activity (SA) Services
SA services are available for all SCS members (Residents, Faculty and Fellows)
Assistance is available for:
Interpretation of compiled literature
Evaluation of project feasibility
Refining Study aim(s)
IRB application submissions and revisions
Completion of data analytics
Poster/ presentation manuscript editing
Services are available all year subject to demand for project completion
2019 Scholarly Activity Support Funding for Residents
Please remind your residents that scholarly activity project support is available for them through the Statewide Campus System for up to $2000 in funding. Application information and the application form to request scholarly activity project funding is available here.
Applications are due to the SCS Central Office by August 16, 2019. If you have questions, you may email Dr. Corser.
August 21st – August 23rd, 2019: A-Z: Simulation Development in Graduate Medical Education - multi-day certificate program (Program is currently full)