Campus HR Office Opening at 1:30 p.m.

 

The Campus HR Team will attend the System Excellence & Service Awards in Denton October 1 from 8 a.m. until 12 p.m. we will return to campus by 1:30 p.m.

Valubility of the Year nominations are open! Visit a kiosk this week

 

Do you know a member of the faculty or staff, or a student, who consistently lives our Values in extraordinary ways? Nominate them for Valubility of the Year!

This is your opportunity to recognize an extraordinary person or team for impacting the lives of others and helping to build a values-based culture. Submit your nomination today and show someone their influence is appreciated.

Valubility of the Year is designed to honor those who:
• live the values in extraordinary ways and inspire others to do the same
• have taken a leadership role to influence our culture
• are consistently ambassadors for our values-based culture.

Learn more at a kiosk this week, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.:

Tuesday, Oct. 1 – IREB Lobby
Wednesday, Oct. 2 – LIB main floor
Thursday, Oct. 3 – MET Lobby

Please note that Valubility of the Month nominees and honorees are not automatically entered. If you wish to nominate a person or team who was a monthly nominee or honoree, you must nominate them again for Valubility of the Year.

Read about last year’s honorees: https://www.unthsc.edu/values/valubility-of-the-year-2018/

Click here for the 2019 nomination form.

Nominations are open until 5 p.m. Friday, Oct. 11.

Mark your calendar for the celebration announcing the honorees: Monday, Dec. 2, noon to 1 p.m. in MET 109. Watch Daily News for details.

Questions? Contact Stacy Boe, stacy.boe@UNTHSC.edu

Oct 9- 12:00 pm Alexandra Garza-Flores, MD, Dysmorphology for Primary Care Providers – LIB 110

 

Date: Wednesday, October 9, 2019
Time: 12:00 -1:00 pm
Location: UNTHSC, Room – LIB 110
Topic: Dysmorphology for the Primary Care Provider
Speaker: Alexandra Garza-Flores, M.D., Genetics, Cook Children’s Physician Network

Objectives:
• Learn a systematic approach and appropriate terminology for the dysmorphology examination
• Practice the assessment of dysmorphic features
• Discuss the value of early recognition of dysmorphic features and referral to genetics
The Department of Pediatrics and Women’s Health, UNTHSC, TCOM
Questions: Please contact Leah Zimmerman leah.Zimmerman@unthsc.edu or 817-735-0141
W. Paul Bowman, MD, Chairman

Grand Rounds! Addressing Youth Depression: Screening, Prevention, Intervention, and Research

 

Join us for UNTHSC Grand Rounds on Wednesday, October 16th at 12:00 PM in LIB110.

Earn up to 1 hour of CE/CME credit!

Session Speakers:
Jennifer Hughes, PhD, MPH
Assistant Professor, UT Southwestern Medical Center

Session Overview:
Youth depression is a vast problem that remains difficult to address despite ongoing treatment advances, and suicide is the second leading cause of death among 15-24 year-olds in the United States. Adolescence as a period of emerging and increasing risk and resilience may offer a developmental window for opportunities for early intervention. The problem is not that depression cannot be sufficiently prevented or alleviated. Rather, it is too-seldom detected early or treated with evidence-based medicine and psychosocial interventions. Whether in children or adults, the vast majority of people with depression and other mental illnesses do not receive appropriate treatment in a timely manner. Because youth are engaged with schools, primary care, and pediatric clinics, encounters in these settings provide numerous opportunities to address depression and suicide. This presentation will review the recent developments in screening, intervention, and prevention efforts to address youth depression.

Session Objectives:
Upon completion of this activity, learners will be able to…
-Review prevalence rates and relevant risk, protective, and resilience factors related to youth depression
-Describe need to address depression across multiple settings, including in primary care, pediatric clinics, and schools
-Discuss universal prevention strategies and technology-based approaches to improve screening, treatment, and prevention of depression

Can’t make it to campus? We’ve got you covered – join us via livestream!

Register here to participate online: https://incedo.rievent.com/a/TFIWIK

Let our experts help you find private funding for research

 

Have a research project that needs funding?

Private foundation money is a resource.

Let the Institutional Advancement Foundation Relations team help you.
On October 15 and 16, our grant writers will be available to hear your “pitch” and discuss strategy to evaluate potential funding sources and make proposal submissions.

Details:
Tuesday, October 15 or
Wednesday, October 16
11 a.m.
EAD 810

You’ll meet with Foundation Relations Associate Director, Shelly Borders and Foundation Relations Specialist, Anna Harris.

• Please email anna.harris@unthsc.edu to RSVP and to receive a funding “pitch” form to complete before the meeting.
• During the meeting, you’ll be asked to briefly summarize your project, in layperson’s terms, emphasizing how the project is translational from bench to patient.

TCOM Alumni Reception at OMED – October 27, 2019

 

Will you be at OMED in Baltimore this year? The office of Dean Filipetto and Community and Alumni Relations will be.
We hope to see you at the annual TCOM Alumni Reception at OMED.
There will be a nice reception, with great food and entertainment at the American Flag House in Old Town Baltimore, MD, (Birthplace to the Star-Spangled Banner).
Register today, to let us know if you’ll be able to join us!

You can also stop by our booth at the conference to visit with some UNTHSC | TCOM faculty and staff.