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Caduceus Newsletter: Spring 2015.10 , Week of March 23.   

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

650 East Parkway South
Memphis, TN  38104

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Good news!  Everybody survived and returned from the weekend trip to Reelfoot Lake, March 21-22, 2015!

 

 

For more information, please go to Marginalia. 

 

Table of Contents:

 

1.  Events coming up. 
2.  ===AAMC STAT===, News from the Association of American Medical Colleges, March 16, 2015 edition.  
3.  Temple University will be hosting an Open House for its Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) program on Saturday, March 28, 2015.  
4.  The University of Memphis Health Care Research Journal Club presents Dr. Kennard D. Brown, Executive Vice Chancellor and Chief Operations Officer of the University of Tennessee Health Science Center, whose topic will be The Death Map of Memphis:  A GIS Analysis of the Social Determinants of Mortality in Memphis and Shelby County, Tennessee, on Wednesday, April 15, 2015.  
5.  Palmer College of Chiropractic Health (Davenport, IA; San Jose, CA; Port Orange, FL) Adviser Newsletter, March 2015 edition.  
6.  Official MCAT News, Volume 1, Issue 4:  Why is the New MCAT® Exam a Better Test for Tomorrow’s Doctors?  
7.  School for Field Studies (SFS) Environmental Field Studies Abroad, March 2015 edition.  
8.  The American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine (AACOM) announces that the 2015 Sherry R. Arnstein Minority Student Scholarship program is now accepting applications.  
9.  Prepare for the MCAT Exam with Official MCAT Question Packs.  
10.  From Medscape.com:  Quiz: Can You Recognize and Treat Sexual Intercourse-Related Injuries?  (It hurts just to think about this.)
   

11.  Marginalia:  Pictures from last weekend’s trip to Reelfoot Lake.  

 

1.  Events coming up. 

·         Wednesday, March 25:  The University of Memphis College of Arts and Sciences extends an invitation to attend the Hiatt Family Lecture & Health Professions Dinner, March 25, 2015, with Mr. Nelson Strother, Assistant Dean for Admissions and Student Affairs, as the featured speaker.  For more information, please see Article #7 in this issue.

·         Saturday, April 11:  The CBU Biology Department is Western Division Collegiate Meeting of the Tennessee Academy of Science.  

 

·       From the CBU Career Center. 

Wednesday, March 18
Internship Insights: Why You Need One!
Montesi (Buckman 211), 3:00-4:00 pm

Thursday, March 19
Career Panel - Careers In Psychology, Counseling & Therapy
Spain Auditorium, 1:00-2:00 pm

Tuesday , March 24
"Leading Ladies" Career Panel
Spain Auditorium, 1:00-2:00 pm

Thursday, March 26
Pizza & Professionals:
RocketFuel
Buckman 102, 12:30 - 1:30 pm

Tuesday, March 31
Job Search Boot Camp
Buckman 102, 1:00-2:00 pm

Thursday, April 9
Pizza & Professionals:
First Horizon
Buckman 102, 12:30 - 1:30 pm

Tuesday, April 14
Career Power Hour - Negotiating Salary
Buckman 102, 1:00-2:00 pm

Thursday, April 16
Pizza & Professionals:
LeadMemphis*
Buckman 102, 12:30 - 1:30 pm

 

 

2.  ===AAMC STAT===, News from the Association of American Medical Colleges, March 16, 2015 edition.  

STAT Short, topical, and timely

News from the Association of American Medical Colleges

March 16, 2015

Correction: The March 9 edition of STAT incorrectly listed the dates for the Interprofessional Education Collaborative 2015 Spring Institute. The correct dates are April 29-May 1.

Bills to Account for Socioeconomic Status in Hospital Readmissions Reduction Program

Last week, the AAMC commended members of the House and Senate for introducing the Establishing Beneficiary Equity in the Hospital Readmissions Program Act of 2015. The bipartisan legislation will help ensure that hospitals treating the nation's most medically complex and vulnerable patients are not disproportionately penalized by the Medicare Hospital Readmissions Reduction Program (HRRP). AAMC President and CEO Darrell G. Kirch, MD, explained that incorporating socioeconomic status (SES) adjustment in the current HRRP will "ensure that the institutions providing care to the most vulnerable Americans are not unfairly penalized, and all Americans receive the health care they need."

AAMC Accepting Applications for Holistic Review in Admissions Workshop

The AAMC is now accepting applications for the 2015 workshop, "Holistic Review in Admissions: Challenging Conventional Thinking and Practice," designed to assist medical schools in enhancing student body diversity as a means to achieve mission-based excellence. Through interactive discussion and hands-on activities, the workshop provides a forum for thinking about every stage of the admissions process based on the diversity interests and institutional mission of participating schools. The application deadline is March 27, and workshops will be held between July and September. For more information on the workshop format and scope, click here.

Webinar to Highlight Best Practices for Including Sexual, Gender Minorities in Diversity Initiatives

An upcoming AAMC webinar, "Enhancing Institutional Diversity through the Inclusion of all Sexual Orientations and Gender Identities," will discuss the role of including sexual orientation and gender identity in the academic health center vision for diversity. The event will highlight institutional best practices and opportunities for incorporating sexual orientation and gender identity into ongoing diversity initiatives. The webinar will be held on March 23 from 3 to 4:30 pm ET.

Senate HELP Committee Discusses Medical Innovation

The Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions (HELP) Committee held a hearing on March 10, "Continuing America's Leadership in Medical Innovation for Patients," featuring testimony from Francis Collins, MD, PhD, director of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), and Margaret Hamburg, MD, commissioner of food and drugs at the Food and Drug Administration. During the hearing, senators praised NIH for its role in the research and discovery of medical treatment and cures, and highlighted the need for sustained and increased research funding. The hearing was the first on the subject of medical innovations, and Chairman Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.) is expected to hold a series of hearings and discussions that would parallel those held for the 21st Century Cures Act in the House.

On the Move

Mary Wakefield, PhD, RN, FAAN, has been appointed acting deputy secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. She succeeds Bill Corr, who has served in the position since May 2009. Wakefield currently serves as administrator of the Health Resources and Services Administration.

Howard Federoff, MD, PhD, has been named vice chancellor for health affairs and dean of medicine at the University of California, Irvine, effective July 1. He succeeds Roger Steinert, MD, the Irving H. Leopold Chair in Ophthalmology and director of the Gavin Herbert Eye Institute. Federoff currently serves as executive vice president for health sciences and executive dean of the School of Medicine at Georgetown University.

 

3.  Temple University will be hosting an Open House for its Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) program on Saturday, March 28, 2015.  

Saturday, March 28, 2015
8:30 am - 12:00 pm
Room 101 Pharmacy Building
3307 North Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA 10140

RSVP: Nicole White, nicolewhite@temple.edu

Ana S. del Puerto, M.Ed.

Senior Assistant Director for Recruitment

Temple University

College of Public Health

 

Office: 215-204-8776 | Cell: 267-530-4703

1938 Liacouras Walk, Room 307E

anadelpuerto@temple.edu

cph.temple.edu

 

 

4.  The University of Memphis Health Care Research Journal Club presents Dr. Kennard D. Brown, Executive Vice Chancellor and Chief Operations Officer of the University of Tennessee Health Science Center, whose topic will be The Death Map of Memphis:  A GIS Analysis of the Social Determinants of Mortality in Memphis and Shelby County, Tennessee, on Wednesday, April 15, 2015.  

University of Memphis Health Care Research Journal Club

 

Presents

 

Kennard D. Brown, JD, MPA, PhD, FACHE
Executive Vice Chancellor and Chief Operations Officer

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Topic:

The Death Map of Memphis

A GIS Analysis of the Social Determinants of Mortality in Memphis and Shelby County, Tennessee

 

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Time:    Wednesday, April 15, 2015.  Lunch begins at 11:30 a.m. and presentation at 12:00 noon

Place:    Fogelman College of Business and Economics at the University of Memphis, Room 385.

 

Please RSVP Janis Lamar at jdublin@memphis.edu no later than Friday, April 10, 2015.

 

 

Cyril F. Chang, Ph.D.

Professor of Economics and Director of

Methodist Le Bonheur Center for Healthcare Economics

Fogelman College of Business and Economics

The University of Memphis

901-678-3565

 

 

 

5.  Palmer College of Chiropractic Health (Davenport, IA; San Jose, CA; Port Orange, FL) Adviser Newsletter, March 2015 edition.  

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March 2015

What do chiropractors do?

 

Like other health practitioners, chiropractors follow a standard routine to get information needed to diagnose and treat patients. They take the patient's medical history, conduct physical, neurological and orthopedic examinations; and may order laboratory tests. X-rays and other diagnostic images are important tools because of the chiropractic's emphasis on the spine and proper function.

 

Chiropractors also analyze the patient's posture and spine using a specialized technique. For patients whose health problems can be traced to the musculoskeletal system, chiropractors manually adjust the spinal column. 

Chiropractors also...

 

Counsel patients about health concepts such as:

  • nutrition
  • exercise
  • changes in lifestyle
  • stress management

Chiropractors do not prescribe drugs or perform surgery.

 

In addition to general chiropractic practice, some chiropractors specialize in sports injury, neurology, orthopedics, pediatrics, nutrition, internal disorders or diagnostic imaging.

In your role as academic adviser, science educator or career adviser, you have significant impact on the career development of thousands of young people. And at Palmer, our mission is to be  

The Trusted Leader in Chiopractic Education.®

Chiropractic Facts

 

  • According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of chiropractors is projected to grow 15 percent from 2012 to 2022, faster than the average for all occupations.
  • Chiropractors can enjoy careers in an independent or group practice; multi-specialty health group; hospital staff; sports; pediatrics; geriatrics and more!
  • The median annual salary for chiropractors is $134,941 according to salary.com.
  • Get to know our students and alumni

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Palmer at a Glance

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Admission Requirements

 

  • 90 semester hours of undergraduate coursework. The 90 hours will include a minimum of 24 semester hours in Life and Physical Science courses with at least half of these courses having a substantive laboratory component.
  • 3.0/4.0 cumulative grade point average for admission into a Doctor of Chiropractic degree program.

 

Palmer strongly encourages interested students to contact an Admissions Representative. Applicants who do not meet the CCE Admissions requirements may be eligible under the alternative admissions track plan (AATP). Students can be accepted under the Alternative Admissions Track Plan language with a 2.75 GPA and committee review.This point of entry requires the applicant file to be reviewed by a committee. Decisions for admissions are determined on a case-by case basis.

Palmer is the founding college of the chiropractic profession, and the largest – with three campuses, with the main campus in Davenport, Iowa and the branch campuses in San Jose, California and Port Orange, Florida. Palmer's Davenport campus was found in 1897 by D.D. Palmer, who discovered and formulated the philosophy and science of chiropractic as a distinct form of health care in 1895.

Accredidation

 

Palmer College of Chiropractic is fully accredited. The Doctor of Chiropractic degree programs of Palmer's Davenport, San Jose and Port Orange campuses are accredited by the Council of Chiropractic Education (CCE) as well as being accredited by The Higher Learning Commission and a member of the North Central Association.

Did you know?

 

Palmer College is the recognized leader in the chiropractic research arena, and the Palmer Center of Chiropractic Research is the largest institutional chiropractic research effort in the world.

Palmer News

Interested in learning more about the chiropractic profession? Join us on Friday, Oct. 2 for Palmer Connection

 

As our guest, you will visit our state-of-the-art clinics, libraries and research facilities, and learn about the business classes that round out the training for professional chiropractic practitioners. Talking with our faculty and current students will be time well spent as you learn why Palmer is the place for a chiropractic education. Learn more about Palmer Connection. Early registration opens June 15, 2015. 

Does your institution have an agreement with Palmer? Contact Sandy.Miller@palmer.edu if interested. For more information, visit our Health Adviser page

 

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6.  Official MCAT News, Volume 1, Issue 4:  Why is the New MCAT® Exam a Better Test for Tomorrow’s Doctors?  

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You've probably heard that the new MCAT exam is a "better test for tomorrow's doctors." But what about this new exam makes it better than the previous exam, and how will it better assess how ready you are for medical school?

At its core, the new exam captures the academic competencies that medical school faculty and residents rated as most important for entering students to know on day one of medical school.

How does it accomplish this? The new exam:

  • Shifts the focus from testing what you know to testing how well you can use what you know
  • Asks you to show that you can think and learn like a scientist, by asking you to reason about research designs and results, and to interpret data and draw conclusions from them
  • Asks you to show that you can solve complex problems by integrating concepts from biology, chemistry, physics, biochemistry, psychology, and sociology
  • Aligns with behavioral and social sciences curricula in medical school, which recognizes the critical roles behavioral and sociocultural factors play in health and illness
  • Reinforces the diversity of interests and preparation that the medical school admissions committees are looking for in applicants, by balancing testing in the natural sciences with testing in the behavioral and social sciences and the new reasoning section
  • Includes more questions in each of the exam sections, making it more accurate on measuring your skills than the previous MCAT exam

Ultimately, the new exam will provide medical school admissions committees with better information about your strengths and weaknesses across the test sections in relation to their curriculum requirements. Your MCAT scores will be reviewed, along with information about your experiences, attributes, academics, personal statements, and more, to identify whether you will be a good fit and succeed at their institutions.

Learn more about the new exam with this free online tool, What's on the MCAT2015 Exam?

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7.  School for Field Studies (SFS) Environmental Field Studies Abroad, March 2015 edition.  

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Environmental Field Studies Abroad

March 2015



We are very pleased to share a portfolio of SFS program webinars which we recorded throughout the last year. These webinars are designed to educate you, your staff, and even your students about our programs and to help you accurately advise students. We hope that you find these helpful.


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The School for Field Studies: An Overview
This webinar provides an overview of the SFS student experience. It describes the SFS program model including academic goals and how we engage students in applied undergraduate research projects. The webinar also covers student life at our field stations and community engagement. WATCH NOW


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SFS Admissions
This webinar discusses the entire SFS admissions process. We explain the application steps, what we look for to ensure that students will be successful with SFS, what students are responsible for submitting post-acceptance, and how we get them ready to head to the field with confidence. We also touch on financial aid. WATCH NOW

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Advising for Turks & Caicos Islands
This webinar provides an overview of the SFS Marine Resource Studies program in the Turks & Caicos Islands. It covers academic courses, research topics, and community engagement opportunities, as well as student life at the field station. WATCH NOW


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Cambodia & Vietnam
Learn more about The Living Mekong program in Southeast Asia. This webinar covers the program itinerary, learning outcomes, courses, field station, research topics, and community engagement opportunities. WATCH NOW

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Peru
Learn more about one of our newest programs: Biodiversity and Development in the Amazon. This webinar includes details on the program itinerary, learning outcomes, courses, field station, research topics, and community engagement opportunities. WATCH NOW


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Advising for Australia
This webinar provides an overview of the SFS Rainforest Studies program in Australia. It covers academic courses, research topics, and community engagement opportunities, as well as student life at the field station and which students are best suited for the program. WATCH NOW

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Bhutan Semester Program
Learn more about the SFS semester program in Bhutan launching in Fall 2015. This webinar includes details on the program itinerary, courses, field stations, research topics, and community engagement opportunities. WATCH NOW


Webinars to Share With Your Students
These 5-minute "mini-webinars" are meant to give students a brief overview of our newest semester programs.

PERU

CAMBODIA & VIETNAM


For a complete list of SFS webinars, or to download presentation files, visit www.fieldstudies.org/webinars

 


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8.  The American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine (AACOM) announces that the 2015 Sherry R. Arnstein Minority Student Scholarship program is now accepting applications.  

REMINDER: Financial Scholarship for incoming and current osteopathic medical students.   Please share this with your current applicants to 2015 AACOMAS application cycle.

The 2015 Sherry R. Arnstein Minority Student Scholarship Program is now accepting applications. The scholarship program, named after former AACOM Executive Director Sherry R. Arnstein, recognizes underrepresented minority students at AACOM's member colleges of osteopathic medicine.  Each year, awards are given to newly accepted and continuing students.

To be eligible, an applicant must be a member of an underrepresented minority group, including African-American; Native American (American Indian, Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian); mainland Puerto Rican; or Hispanic. The applicant must also be either currently enrolled in his or her first, second or third year at an AACOM member college, or have been accepted and planning to matriculate at an AACOM member college. All applicants must be in good academic standing. Previous Arnstein Scholarship awardees are ineligible.

Entries must be post-marked by March 30, 2015.  All entries must be complete and meet all specified requirements; late or incomplete entries will not be considered.  Awardees will be notified by July 21, 2015.

Please visit AACOM's Sherry R. Arnstein Minority Student Scholarship Program webpage for more information.  Inquiries may be directed to Ms. Joye Shepperd at jshepperd@aacom.org or (301) 968-4142.

Thank you in advance for your support and sharing this scholarship with your premedical students and applicants in AACOMAS!

Gina

 

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Associate Director of Recruitment and Application Services

 

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10.  From Medscape.com:  Quiz: Can You Recognize and Treat Sexual Intercourse-Related Injuries?  (It hurts just to think about this.)   

Viewing Medscape.com pages requires registration, but registration is free:

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11.  Marginalia:  Pictures from last weekend’s trip to Reelfoot Lake.  

Quoting from Wikipedia.com, “According to the United States Geological Survey, Reelfoot Lake was formed when the region subsided during the New Madrid earthquakes of 1811–1812.[1] The earthquakes resulted in several major changes in the landforms over a widespread area with shocks being felt as far away as Quebec.”

 

During the weekend of March 21-22, four students joined Dr. Stan Eisen in a trip to Reelfoot Lake.  We stayed at the Reelfoot Lake Environmental Field Station, which is owned and operated by the University of Tennessee – Martin. 

 

As part of that trip, we went on a pontoon boat tour of the Lower Basin, conducted a 24-hour dissolved oxygen and temperature study, and then went on a canoe trip in one of the swamp areas.

 

The Crew.  (L-R):  Austyn Harriman, Megan Mosier, Dr. Stan Eisen, Grazielle Gonzalez, Marie Ryall, Ranger David Haggard (our fearless leader)

 

Sign in front of the Reelfoot Lake Environmental Field Station

 

 

Cypress trees everywhere!

 

 

View of “knees”, AKA pneumatophores, produced by cypress trees:

Megan Mosier, Grazielle Gonzalez, and Marie Ryall inspecting the contents of a D-net held by Austyn Harriman:

 

Austyn holding a smallmouth salamander, Ambystoma texanum.

Austyn and Megan taking vital measurements of the smallmouth salamander, Ambystoma texanum.

 

Ooh, it’s so cute!

 

Lakes are a little like animals.  They “breathe”, too:

 

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/ 
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