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Caduceus Newsletter: Fall 2018.12, Week of November 5

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Dr. Stan Eisen, Director
Preprofessional Health Programs
Christian Brothers University

650 East Parkway South
Memphis, TN  38104

Home page:
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Wanna know what’s going on at the Memphis Botanic Garden?

 

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For more information, please go to Marginalia.  

 

Table of Contents:

1.   Campus events coming up.
2.  Ten Tips for Managing Your Money During Medical School, from the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC).  
3.  The U.S. Department of Health & Human Services advances a payment model to lower drug costs for patients.  
4.  The University of Maryland School of Pharmacy (Baltimore) is hosting an Open House on Saturday, November 3.  
5.  Events in November and December pertaining to Public Health.   
6.  The Association of Accredited Naturopathic Medical Colleges (AANMC) will be hosting a Virtual Fair on November 14, 2018. 
7.  AAMC News:  News About America’s Medical Schools and Teaching Hospitals:  October 31, 2018 edition.  
8.  One pre-health advisor’s guide to the differences in training, licensure, and scope of practice between MD’s (allopathic physicians) and DO’s (Doctors of Osteopathy).  
9.  The East Virginia Medical School (Norfolk, VA) will be hosting a series of Virtual Open Houses to introduce interested people to graduate-level programs offered through the EVMS School of Health Professions.  
10.  The Mid-South Coalition for Minority Health International Research Training (MHIRT) program is now accepting applications for 2019!
 

11.  Marginalia:  Memphis Botanic Garden’s November E-bloom.  

 

1. Campus events coming up. 

·         Career Services, Thursday, November 8:

 

2.  Ten Tips for Managing Your Money During Medical School, from the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC).  

 

3.  The U.S. Department of Health & Human Services advances a payment model to lower drug costs for patients.  

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

HHS Advances Payment Model to Lower Drug Costs for Patients

The International Pricing Index (IPI) Model would lower costs for physician-administered drugs by resetting Medicare payments based on international prices and introducing competition

On Thursday, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, through the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), announced and sought input on a new “International Pricing Index” (IPI) payment model to reduce what Americans pay for prescription drugs.

Under the IPI model, described in an Advance Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (ANPRM), Medicare’s payments for select physician-administered drugs would shift to a level more closely aligned with prices in other countries. Overall savings for American taxpayers and patients are projected to total $17.2 billion over five years.

“President Trump promised that he would bring down drug prices and put American patients first,” said HHS Secretary Alex Azar. “With this innovative approach, he is now proposing historic changes to how Medicare pays for some of the most expensive prescription drugs, securing for the American people a share of the price concessions that drug makers voluntarily give to other countries.”

 

4.  The University of Maryland School of Pharmacy (Baltimore) is hosting an Open House on Saturday, November 3.  

 

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Interested in a Career in Pharmacy?

 

Attend our...

 

Doctor of Pharmacy

 Open House

 

SATURDAY, NOV. 3, 2018 | 9:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.

 

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You are invited to attend an Open House for the Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) program at the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy, located in downtown Baltimore. Come see our state-of-the-art facility and learn more about what makes our School one of U.S. News & World Report's TOP TEN schools of pharmacy.

 

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What will I learn at the Open House?

The Open House will provide an overview of the PharmD program at the School of Pharmacy, with topics including careers in pharmacy and the admissions process, along with a faculty/alumni/student panel, and a campus tour. Following the School program, there will be a campus resource fair and a financial aid presentation.

 

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Why Pharmacy?

 

Earn a doctorate in as little as six years - the Doctor of Pharmacy program is a four-year commitment and an undergraduate degree isn't required for pharmacy school.

 

Pharmacy is a diverse career - with a PharmD degree, you can practice in community pharmacies, hospitals, long-term care settings, and in a wide variety of other sites, including the federal government, the pharmaceutical industry, and higher education. 

 

Pharmacists are often the most accessible member of the health care team - with a pharmacy in nearly every neighborhood in America, you will be a trusted source of health care information for the patient's you serve. Pharmacy regularly rates as one of the most trusted professions.

 

A pharmacist's job is increasingly complex - while medication dispensing is still a key role for pharmacists, they also provide direct patient care through the administration of vaccines, blood pressure monitoring services, cholesterol screening, diabetes disease management, smoking cessation consultation, and bone density scans for osteoporosis screening.

The pharmacist is the medication expert on the health care team - there is a push in the United States for patient care to be provided by interdisciplinary teams of health care professionals.  The pharmacist is the medication expert on that team, providing guidance and recommendations on appropriate use of medications to treat a variety of diseases and illnesses.

 

5.  Events in November and December pertaining to Public Health.   

  • Public Health Service Day – San Diego, CA

The service event, on November 10, 2018, hosted as part of the ASPPH Student Leadership Institute, before the APHA Annual Meeting and Student Assembly meetings. Public Health Service Day gives public health students from across the country an opportunity to get outside the conference walls, meet peers from ASPPH member institutions, and to give back to the host community of San Diego.

 

Please only register if you can make a commitment to serve the San Diego community.

 

  • APHA Visit Day – San Diego, CA

Student Visit Day at APHA 2018 is returning on Sunday, Nov. 11. This is the perfect opportunity for local and driveable high school- to postgraduate-level students to learn about the public health field, network with professionals, explore career options and meet with public health organizations and CEPH-accredited schools and programs.

 

Please note that all students must register by November 1, to attend and there is a $20 registration fee.

 

  • This Is Public Health Grad Fair – San Diego, CA

Join us at our FREE graduate school fair hosted by the Association of Schools & Programs of Public Health. The fair will be during the APHA Annual Meeting & Expo. There will be admissions representatives from ASPPH Member schools and programs and representatives from SOPHAS.

 

San Diego State University, Parma Pane Goodall Alumni Center at 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. Registration is FREE!

 

  • Virtual Fair

Join a virtual fair! The fair is a great way to meet SOPHAS, current graduate students, and admissions representatives from over 60 schools and programs of public health! To learn more about the This Is Public Health Virtual Fairs, please visit the event website.

  • #TIPHChat – Preparing for Grad School

Register to chat with the This Is Public Health Ambassadors for another #TIPHChat! This month they will talk about how they prepared for graduate school, including:

  • What they considered before deciding on a program
  • How the prepared for the transition to grad school
  • How they maintain that work/life balance

 

Emily C. Gordon, MPH, CPH | Student Services Coordinator
Association of Schools and Programs of Public Health | www.aspph.org
1900 M Street, NW, Suite 710 | Washington, D.C. 20036
Tel: 202.296.1099, ext. 185 | Email: egordon@aspph.org

Public Health is Your Health

 

6.  The Association of Accredited Naturopathic Medical Colleges (AANMC) will be hosting a Virtual Fair on November 14, 2018. 

REGISTER NOW to attend the FREE Naturopathic Medical College Virtual Fair on November 14th
Get answers to your most pressing questions from 7 Schools in one Live Event! (Review List)

Naturopathic Medical College Virtual Fair - click to go to registration page

 

 

7.  AAMC News:  News About America’s Medical Schools and Teaching Hospitals:  October 31, 2018 edition.  

Also inside, new AAMC report examines the flow of funds across academic medicine.

AAMCNews

News About America's Medical Schools and Teaching Hospitals

 

October 31, 2018

 

Depiction of Victorian Surgery

Bloody hands, dirty knives: The horrors of Victorian medicine

Surgeons in the 19th century wielded tools caked in bodily fluids, the built-up filth serving as a measure of experience. Medical historian Lindsey Fitzharris shows us just how far we've come.

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Art

Confronting the crisis: Attracting Native students to medicine

After years of failing to produce a robust American Indian and Alaska Native physician workforce, medical schools need to up their game, argues the co-author of a new report on the issue.

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Illustration

Funds flow: What you need to know

A new AAMC report looks at how to improve the flow of funds across academic health systems: who earns the money, who spends it, and how it is allocated among the education, research, and clinical care missions of the institution.

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Check out additional AAMCNews features: What teaching hospitals are doing to protect physicians when the perpetrators are patients; the brutal impact of bullying and what the academic medicine community is doing to help.

More from AAMCNews

Data on the economic diversity of U.S. medical students

A new AAMC Analysis in Brief shows that for students entering medical school from 1988 through 2017, the top two household-income quintiles contributed between 73% and 79% of matriculants each year. The report discusses how altering the economic diversity of U.S. medical school students remains a persistent challenge.
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Search begins for next Academic Medicine editor-in-chief

The AAMC is searching for the next editor-in-chief of Academic Medicine, its monthly, peer-reviewed journal. The five-year, renewable term begins Jan. 1, 2020; applications will be accepted through Jan. 18, 2019.
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Health Affairs blog post on chief wellness officers

The National Academy of Medicine Action Collaborative on Clinician Well-Being and Resilience, co-chaired by AAMC President and CEO Darrell G. Kirch, MD, co-authored a column published on the Health Affairs blog. The piece makes the case that chief wellness officers in America's health systems have a unique and pivotal role to play in ensuring the safety and well-being of both clinicians and their patients.
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On the move

Sherine E. Gabriel, MD, MSc, will step down as dean of Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, a role she has served in since 2015, effective Jan. 10, 2019. Gabriel will become the new president of Rush University. Robert L. Johnson, MD, dean of Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, will serve as interim dean.
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W. P. Andrew Lee, MD, has been named executive vice president (EVP) for academic affairs, provost, and dean of the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School, effective Feb. 4, 2019. He is currently director of the department of plastic and reconstructive surgery at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Lee will succeed Dwain Thiele, MD, interim EVP for academic affairs, provost, and dean.
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Robert Sackstein, MD, PhD, has been appointed dean of the Florida International University (FIU) Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine and senior vice president for health affairs at FIU, effective Jan. 2, 2019. He is currently professor of dermatology and medicine at Harvard Medical School. Sackstein will succeed founding dean John A. Rock, MD.
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About AAMCNews
AAMCNews is the destination for news, features, current trends, and ongoing conversations about topics important to medical schools and teaching hospitals.

 

8.  One pre-health advisor’s guide to the differences in training, licensure, and scope of practice between MD’s (allopathic physicians) and DO’s (Doctors of Osteopathy).  

 

9.  The East Virginia Medical School (Norfolk, VA) will be hosting a series of Virtual Open Houses to introduce interested people to graduate-level programs offered through the EVMS School of Health Professions.  

EVMS School of Health Professions

EVMS School of Health Professions

VIRTUAL
OPEN 
HOUSES

Our Virtual Open Houses will introduce you to graduate-level programs offered through the EVMS School of Health Professions. Register today to join a program session and learn about curriculum, application requirements, employment opportunities post-program completion and more!

Watch a video about our graduate programs to see which one is right for you.

Virtual Open House Sessions

November 10, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Session 1
Art Therapy and Counseling, MS; Laboratory Animal Science, MS
*; Pathologists’ Assistant, MHS; Surgical Assisting, MSA

Session 2
Biomedical Sciences Research, MS; Biomedical Sciences, PhD; Biotechnology, MS; Healthcare Delivery Science, MHDS
*;  Reproductive Clinical Science, MS*; Reproductive Clinical Science, PhD*

Session 3
Healthcare Analytics, MHA
*; Medical Master’s, MS; Master of Public Health

Session 4
Physician Assistant, MPA

 Register here 


November 13, 7 p.m.

Medical and Health Professions Education, MMHPE*; Medical and Health Professions Education, PhD or EdD*

 Register here 


November 17, 1 p.m.

Health Sciences, DHSc*

 Register here 


December 4, 2 p.m.

Contemporary Human Anatomy, MS

 Register here 


Visit evms.edu/vopenhouse for more information.

* Distance Education programs

 

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Eastern Virginia Medical School
School of Health Professions 
PO Box 1980
Norfolk VA  23501-1980

hpadmissions@evms.edu

 

10.  The Mid-South Coalition for Minority Health International Research Training (MHIRT) program is now accepting applications for 2019! 

 

 

 

 

The Mid-South Coalition for Minority Health International Research Training (MHIRT) program is now accepting applications for 2019! Students in all majors can apply to participate fully-funded research projects focusing on health and health disparities in Brazil, Nicaragua, and Uganda.

 

Please share this information with any students who may be interested! Both qualitative and quantitative research sites are available.

 

Applications are available at www.rhodes.edu/mhirt, as well as project descriptions for each site. Note: Application deadlines are December 19th (early-bird) and January 2nd (final).

 

 

Daryl Stephens
Program Coordinator

Minority Health International Research Training
Rhodes College
Memphis, TN 38112
www.rhodes.edu/mhirt

 

 

 

 

 

11.  Marginalia:  Memphis Botanic Garden’s November E-bloom.  

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November Ebloom

 

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The Joys of Seasonal Change

 

As the days get shorter, the deciduous trees in the Garden begin to slow production of energy and will eventually shed their leaves as we progress into winter. Leaves undergo a dramatic transformation and present brilliant shades of red, orange, and yellow during this progression. This incredible natural event happens once a year, and is visible for only a brief time.

 

Memphis Botanic Garden is the perfect place to experience this transformation in an urban setting. Explore our Wildflower Woodland and see the vibrant yellow of our Buckeye trees. Outside of My Big Backyard, see the flaming orange and red of our Chinese Pistache. Experience the dynamic coloration of our Japanese Maples around the Asian garden. Maps are available at the front desk so you may visit the examples listed here, but feel free to explore the garden at your leisure, enjoying the beauty of 185 different tree species in our collection.

 

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Origami Inspired Events

 

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Now Thru March 24

Origami in the Garden-the Fundamental Exhibition, includes 17 outdoor sculptures and 3 indoor unfolded cast wall hangings. The exhibit will be displayed throughout our 31 specialty gardens until March of 2019. The collection was created by American artists Kevin and Jennifer Box. The exhibition features Box’s own compositions as well as collaborations with world renowned origami artists Te Jui Fu, Beth Johnson, Michael G. LaFosse and Robert Lang. The Memphis Botanic Garden is the first venue in our region to host this exhibit. Throughout the 6 month run of the exhibit, we will have a variety of programs and special events for kids, families and guests to enjoy. For more information, visit memphisbotanicgarden.com/oitg.

 

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Fridays, November 2, 9, &16. Fall Tram Tours. 10:00 am - 12:00 pm.

 

November 3- November 17. Folding fun Saturdays. 10:00 am - 2:00 pm.

 

Sundays, November 4, 11,& 18. Fall Tram Tours. 12:00 -3:00 p.m.

 

Sunday, November 11. Peace Party of 1000 Cranes. 1:00- 3:00 pm.

 

Friday, November 16. Origami Flower Folding Class. 9:00-11:00 am. Register online here.

 

Friday, November 30. Origami Animal Folding Class. 9:00-11:00 am. Register online here.

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Opening Night with the City of Memphis Christmas Tree Lighting!

 

November 23 - December 31,

select nights

5:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Join us for our dramatically expanded holiday lighting experience! Holiday Wonders at the Garden is perfect for families, couples and groups looking for holiday cheer. We have four distinct areas within Holiday Wonders. Experience the family friendly Snowy Nights, relax in the TruGreen Under the Stars Outdoor Lounge and be amazed by the multimedia light show in Trees Alight and at the City of Memphis Christmas Tree. You won't want to miss this delightful holiday experience.

 

Friday, November 23. City of Memphis Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony. 6:15 p.m. Join us as we officially light the City of Memphis Christmas Tree for the season. Gates open at 5:30 p.m. and the tree lighting is scheduled for approximately 6:15 p.m. Santa will be there!

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For more information visit memphisbotanicgarden.com/wonders.

 

Tickets go on sale November 12.

 

Adult Fun at the Garden

 

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Hoop Camp for Grownups

Saturday, November 3.

9:00 am - 3:00 pm

 

Feel like a kid again when you come to Hoop Camp! No experience necessary. Toast the day with Garden cocktails, make your own hula hoop, learn to hoop, and pick up some advanced skills. Enjoy old-school exploring, arts and crafts, games, and more! In partnership with Co-Motion Studio. MBG members $65/non-members $75. Register online here.

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Campfire Date Night - Game Night

Saturday, November 17

7:00 - 10:00 pm

 

Unwind after hours and cozy up around campfires. Get competitive with that special someone when you challenge them to new and old games like The Oregon Trail, Exploding Kittens, Uno, Candyland and much more. Fire pits and lawn games for enjoyment, lounge area inside Sara’s Place, live music with MovieNight. Henna available with Pain’t It Cool Body Art.

MBG members $12/Non-members $15. Hot dog and s’mores included; cash bar.

Buy tickets online here.

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Family Fun

 

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Wednesday, November 7. Homeschool Days: Power of Paper. 2:00-3:30 pm.

 

Friday, November 16. Wild Things Campfire Party. 6:00 - 8:00 pm. Find out 'where the wild things are' with a night hike and crafts. Enjoy a performance inspired by Sendak’s classic book Where the Wild Things Are by Hutchison School’s Theater students. We’ll provide hot dogs, s’mores, and cider.

MBG members $10/non-members $15.

Buy tickets online here.

 

Adult Education

 

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Ichiyo Ikebana Flower Design Series. Lessons take place the 2nd and 4th Fridays of each month at 1:00 pm in the Horticulture building. Call 754-1243 to register. $20 fee for each lesson.

 

Tuesday, November 6. Movie Screening – Five Seasons: The Gardens of Piet Oudolf. 6:00 – 8:00 pm. Co-hosted with Memphis Horticultural Society. Admission is free.

 

Thursday, November 15. Brown Bag: Chickens in the Backyard.12:00-1:00 p.m. Free with Garden Admission.

 

Tuesday, November 20. Project WET Teacher Workshop. 9:00 am- 3:00 pm. All educators are invited to attend this one-of-a-kind Water Education curriculum training.Sponsored by Buckman and the Wolf River Conservancy. Free. To register, go online to https://www.wolfriver.org/Project-WET-Workshop.

 

Art Exhibits and Classes

 

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Monthly Art Exhibits presented by

 

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November 1-31. Bill Branch's Bounty. Meet the artist at the reception on Sunday, November 4 from 2 - 4 pm.

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November 3 – December 29. Jackson Critique Group. Mondays-Saturdays. 11:00 am-2:00 pm. Fratelli's Cafe. 

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Wednesday November 14. Clay in a Day: Ceramic Ornaments. 10:00 am -1:00 pm. 

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Saturday, November 17. Jewelry Class: Metal Clay Bling. 10:00 am -5:00 pm

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Mondays, October 29-November 19. Drawing Nature with Sally Markell. 10:00 am -12:30 pm. 

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For more information on Adult classes and to register, call 901-636-4128.

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Happy Veterans Day

 

 

 

Free admission to all veterans on Sunday, November 11.

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750 Cherry Road

Memphis, TN 38117

(Between Park & Southern)

Call Us (901) 636-4100

info@memphisbotanicgarden.com

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Memphis Botanic Garden | 750 Cherry Road, Memphis, TN 38117

 

 

Dr. Stan Eisen, Director
Preprofessional Health Programs
Biology Department
Christian Brothers University

650 East Parkway South
Memphis, TN 38104
E-mail: seisen@cbu.edu
http://facstaff.cbu.edu/~seisen/ 
Caduceus Newsletter Archives: http://facstaff.cbu.edu/~seisen/Caduceus.html