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Alumni needed to help with Reflective Practice for SOM & GSN students

Posted by on Sep 30, 2016 in News |

Any alumni interested in helping to facilitate reflective practice small group sessions on campus at USU? The sessions are inter-professional with SOM and GSN students. Workload involves attending a 1.5 hour panel (or listening to it via podcast), grading short reflection papers (~2-4 hrs workload) and facilitating a small group session. If you’re interested, email Heather.johnson@usuhs.edu.

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2016 Alumni Awards Recognize Outstanding Contributions to Medicine

Posted by on Sep 26, 2016 in News |

The USU Alumni Association awarded its 2016 Alumni Awards during the Founder’s Day Dinner held on 17 September 2016. Forty-six impressive nominees were considered for the prestigious awards that recognize USU alumni for their military and medical academic contributions, clinical productivity, commitment to the military medical mission, and demonstrated leadership. The following individuals were chosen as the 2016 recipients: The Uniformed Services University Alumni Association Lifetime Achievement Award, for significant contributions made to Health Sciences or Military Health, academic achievement, outstanding leadership, high personal integrity, promotion of the art and science of medicine in or through military/government/community service, significant contribution to the military or public health of a community or special population and other honors received, was awarded to David A. Lane, RDML, MC, USN, Class of 1991. The Uniformed Services University Alumni Association Military Medical Service Graduate of the Year Award, for significant contributions to Military Health, assignments of responsibility, outstanding leadership, high personal integrity, military publications, deployments, heroic actions, military awards and other awards, was awarded to Philip S. Mullenix, LTC, MC, USA, Class of 2000. The Uniformed Services University Alumni Association School of Medicine Graduate of the Year Award, for board certification in a recognized specialty as defined by the American Board of Medical Specialties, significant contributions to Medicine or Military Medicine, leadership that has influenced standards and professional practice, command or operational activity, contributions to medical education, contributions to basic science or clinical research, special contributions to the field of medicine, extramural activities that further the goals of the profession and other honors received, was awarded to Clinton K. Murray, COL, MC, USA, Class of 1996. The Uniformed Services University Alumni Association Graduate School of Nursing Graduate of the Year Award, for board certification in Advanced Practice Nursing, significant contributions to the local, domestic or global healthcare community, leadership in healthcare policy, command, operational or humanitarian contributions, influence in nursing or healthcare education, scholarly practice, special contributions to the field of nursing, extramural activities that further the goals of the nursing or other healthcare professions and impact on clinical practice, was awarded to Curtis Aberle, MAJ(R), NC, USA, Class of 2002. The Uniformed Services University Alumni Association Graduate School of Medicine Graduate of the Year Award for certification in a recognized specialty, significant contributions in research, policy, management of major programs in health sciences and/or public health, leadership that has influenced standards and professional practice, command or operational activity, extramural activities that further the goals of the profession and other honors received, was awarded to Norman S. West, Col, MSC, USAF, Class of 1997.   Former recipients of the USU Alumni Awards are: Lifetime Achievement Award 2013 CAPT Brooks D. Cash, MD 2014 Lt Gen...

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Bushmaster Staff Needed: Urgent

Posted by on Sep 26, 2016 in News |

Military Contingency Medicine is in need of two additional faculty members with Preventive Medicine experience for each of the TWO Bushmaster Courses in October 2016.  Experience in Preventive Medicine is needed but it is not necessary to be an expert. If you are available please contact Heather Miller Johnson in GSN or Private Message via FaceBook.  

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