Orthopaedic Lecture Education Series

PROBLEMS IN TREATING OSTEOPOROTIC PATIENTS WITH FRACTURES

 

Thursday, October 30, 2014

5:00 – 6:00 PM, with a reception to follow

Memphis Bioworks Auditorium

20 S. Dudley St., First Floor

Memphis, TN 38103

 

The panelists include:

Susan A. Miranda, PhD, Assistant Professor

UT-Campbell Clinic Department of Orthopaedic Surgery & Biomedical Engineering

 

John C. Weinlein, MD, Orthopaedic Surgeon

Campbell Clinic

 

Abraham Salehi, PhD, Engineer

Smith & Nephew Advanced Surgical Devices

 

The session will be moderated by Dr. Francis X. Camillo

 

The session is free to the public, but registration is required -
email
jtaveau@memphisbioworks.org, or call 901.866.1435.

New UTHSC Pool Policies Announced!

UTHSC Pool Policy

Enforcement of new, non-existing policies will begin November 24th, 2014.

  • The UTHSC Pool  is a swim at your own risk pool; there is no lifeguard on duty.
  • No one will be allowed in the swimming area unless the pool is officially open.
  • Entering the pool area when it is not open for public use is prohibited and will be considered trespassing.
  • No diving is permitted unless under supervised instruction by UTHSC Staff.
  • Lap lanes are intended for multiple swimmers. Lap swimmers should arrange themselves by speed in the lanes. It is not uncommon to swim four or more people to a lane. Please split lanes or circle swim if necessary.
  • Only UTHSC staff members are authorized to teach swimming lessons within our facilities. No activity for private gain is permitted at any time.
  • Parents are asked to wait off deck during swim lessons.
  • No persons under 18 are allowed on the UTHSC pool deck at any time, with the exception of those enrolled in swim lessons facilitated by The UTHSC Aquatics Department.
  • During rainstorms, the indoor pool may be closed and the entire area cleared of patrons at the discretion of the supervisor on duty.
  • The pools will not reopen until 20 minutes after the last clap of thunder/ instance of lightening.
  • Proper swimwear (bathing suits) must be worn at all times.
  • It is recommended that members shower with soap prior to entering the pool.
  • Glass, sharp metal objects or toys are prohibited on the Pool Deck, Locker Rooms or hallway
  • Prolonged underwater swimming or breath holding is prohibited
  • Members should exit the pool immediately if feeling uncomfortable, dizzy, fatigued and should report problems immediately to deck staff.
  • Members should enter and exit cautiously using the ladder and handrail to prevent slipping.
  • We are not responsible for personal items left unattended.
  • The building MUST be vacated at closing time. Please end your workout accordingly, allowing enough time to shower and change.
  • All Campus Recreation Staff reserve the right to remove any Member or Guest from the pool if he/she exhibits behavior that is believed to be unsafe or inappropriate. Any user who elects to ignore staff requests regarding pool regulations will be subject to expulsion from the facility.

Problems in Treating Osteoporotic Patients with Fractures

Memphis Orthopaedic Research Education Series

Presented by The University of Memphis, Campbell Clinic, Memphis Bioworks Foundation, and the University of Tennessee Health Science Center

A Free Panel Discussion and Reception

Problems in Treating Osteoporotic Patients with Fractures

Thursday, October 30, 2014 – 5:00 to 6:00 p.m., with a reception following

Memphis Bioworks Foundation Conference Center

20 S. Dudley St., First Floor, Memphis, TN 38103

Basic Science Panelist - Susan A. Miranda, PhD, Assistant Professor, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery and Biomedical Engineering, UTHSC

Clinical Panelist - John C. Weinlein, MD, Orthopaedic Trauma Surgeon, Campbell Clinic

Industry Panelist - Abraham Salehi, PhD, Principal Engineer, Research in Advanced Surgical Devices, Smith & Nephew

Moderator: Francis Camillo, MD, Spinal Surgeon, Campbell Clinic

 

Reception sponsored by Smith & Nephew

To register contact Jessica Taveau at jtaveau@memphisbioworks.org or 901.866.1435

 

The UTHSC Outdoor Recreation department is offering a final session of kayak instruction for 2014 in November, Fridays 5:30-7:30pm! REGISTRATION DEADLINE NOV 5th!

It’s not to early to get ready for the spring outdoor rec season!

Learn the principles of whitewater kayaking in the safe and secure environment of the UTHSC Indoor Pool!

Friday November 7th, 14th, 21st, and December 5th.

5:30pm – 7:30pm

The course will include an overview of basic kayaking skills including paddle strokes, boat control, swiftwater safety basics, and principles of rolling a whitewater kayak.

UTHSC Outdoor Recreation provides kayaks, paddles, sprayskirts and PFDs

Students: $20, Faculty, Staff, and Fitness Center Members: $65, Non-affiliated Community Members: $95

Registration Deadline 11/5/14

For registration information contact:

Erin Jennings, Outdoor Recreation Coordinator

448-2766, erinjennings@uthsc.edu

UTHSC Employee Health Fair – October 31st

Health screenings and education for all UTHSC employees on Friday, October 31st in the 920 Madison lobby area. Students and faculty from colleges across the campus are working together to keep our favorite employees healthy. Don’t be tricked; know your BP, weight and blood sugar numbers, ask about your medications, learn about asthma – and MORE!

Enter drawing for treat bag of items to keep you healthy through the holidays!

A great way to prepare for the holiday season with knowledge to get and stay healthy.

Campus CPR and AED Training *LOCATION CHANGE

Please note that the Annual Campus CPR AED class has been moved to the SAC Fitness Center Basketball Courts.  It is NOT in the dining hall.  Class times are the same.  If you are registered for the 9am or 1pm class, please make a note of the new location.  Please plan to arrive 15 minutes in advance in order to get signed in.
Thanks!

Virtual General Cadaver Demonstration for Health Science

Friday, October 24, 2014

Time: 12 Noon- 1:00

Venue: Institute for Health Outcomes and Policy (IHOP)

College of Graduate Health Science

8th Floor, 920 Madison Avenue

InterProfessional Student Council Recruitment

InterProfessional Student Council (IPSC) is a student-initiated collaborative between the colleges at UTHSC. IPSC aims to promote interprofessional education by providing opportunities for interdisciplinary collaboration in education, clinical, research, and community outreach settings. Currently, we are recruiting new council members. Our council is made up from 5 representatives from each college. Medicine has already stepped up and fulfilled all of their council positions! (Way to go!) We are still recruiting representatives from all other colleges. If anybody is interested in becoming a council member, contact ipsc.uthsc@gmail.com by October 31 and include your college in the email.

Please let me know if you have any questions!

Alicia Sanchez, Vice President IPSC

asanche5@uthsc.edu