Our doctors will make appearances at a variety of medical conferences and workshops this season. Consider attending if anything sparks your interest!
- Associate Professor Judith Tsui will give the May 30th DOM Grand Rounds lecture, “Social determinants of health.” The lecture will be held in Health Sciences Building Room T-625 at 8am, and it will be broadcast via Zoom.
- Dr. Dan Cabrera will present his Faculty Development Seminar “Where am I from? Depends on what you mean… Tips for fostering an inclusive, diverse learning climate” on June 6 at HMC in room 2CT-78 and on June 20 at UWMC in room AA 504.
- Drs. Joseph Merrill and Hillary Liss will be two of the speakers at the 26th Annual HIV Clinical Update for Nurses in Tacoma, June 6–7. Registration closes May 30.
- The next installment of ITHS’s Faculty Career Development Series will be presented by Professor John Amory on June 12 in HSB Room K-069. His topic is “How to Get Appointed and Promoted in Academic Medicine.”
- Dr. Karen McDonough will present her Faculty Development Seminar “How to get Involved in Teaching Medical Students – Connections and Opportunities” at the VA in Bldg 100, Room 6C-112 at noon on June 13.
- Virginia Mason’s annual Addiction Medicine in Primary Care meeting will feature Drs. Joseph Merrill, Elenore Bhatraju, and Jared Klein on June 15. Pre-registration is closed, but day-of registration is still an option.
- Dr. Beau Sober will lead the breakout session “Assessing Volume Status with Ultrasound” at the PNW Sepsis Conference held June 17–18.
- The June 28 CME course Update in Hospital Medicine held on the UW SLU campus will include presentations and discussions lead by Drs. Maralyssa Bann, Paul Cornia, Ronald Huang, Kay Johnson, Mehraneh Khalighi, Christopher Kim, Jared Klein, Grady Paden, Anneliese Schleyer, Lindee Strizich, and Andrew White. CME credit is available.
- June Spector will present “Heat Stress in Agricultural Workers: Traumatic injury risk and future considerations” and participate in 2 discussion panels on August 8 as part of the 2019 Western Regional Agriculture Safety and Health Conference. Dr. Debra Cherry will present “Chronic Health Risks in Commercial Fishermen: A cross-sectional analysis from a small rural fishing village in Alaska” on August 9.
- Drs. Eric Larson and Paul Crane will host the 7th Annual ACT Symposium August 12–13 at the Washington State Convention Center. Registration closes August 7.
- Associate Professor Ellen Schur is a co-director of “Surviving & thriving during the research years,” a research fellow orientation course held in the SLU Brotman Auditorium on August 19. Dr. Schur will lead discussions on “Work Life Balance” and “Making the Most of Your Mentor: A Guide for Mentees.” Dr. Brad Anawalt present “Appointments and Promotions: Climbing the Ladder.”
- Professor John Amory will present “Low Testosterone: Is It Really a Disease or Just Part of Life” as part of the UW CME course Men’s Health Update on August 23. CME credit is available.