Come get FREE SNACKS at your UTHSC Library Thursday, February, 3rd at 2 PM while supplies last.
Join Chelsea Renfro, PharmD, College of Pharmacy on Friday, February 4, at 12 Noon. How to apply elements of games to learning activities to engage learning?
The Department of Medicine Presents:
“The Spectrum of Giant Cell Arteritis & Polymyalgia Rheumatica:
Revisiting the Concept of the Disease”
Syed Raza, MD
Associate Professor of Medicine
Division of Rheumatology
University of Tennessee HSC
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 26, 2022
VIA ZOOM PRESENTATION 8:00 A.M.
Join SACE and Krista Handfield on Thursdto learn about weight stigma! Weight stigma affects patients of all sizes in healthcare settings, but particularly larger patients. This session will take place on Thursday, January 27th from 11am-1:30pm and will count towards the co-curricular certificate in Social Determinants of Health as an SDoH intensive. https://uthsc.campuslabs.com/engage/event/771225
IRB Annual Satisfaction Survey.
The IRB would like to remind you to take the “IRB Annual Satisfaction Survey” sent earlier this month. If you have already completed the survey, we would like to thank you and request you to disregard this email.
If you have not done so, please take a few moments to give us feedback on your experience with the UTHSC-IRB (Institutional Review Board) staff and electronic system. The results of this optional, non-research survey will be used to improve our service. This survey tool has been set so that your personally identifying information is not requested. Your responses will be unidentifiable unless you provide contact information. You may skip any questions you do not wish to answer. If you do not wish to participate, please do not fill out the survey.
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Thank you very much for your time and support.
Pain is a highly personalized experience. Factors such as physiology, functional status, cultural beliefs and perceptions, and socioeconomic conditions all contribute to the expression and impact of pain.
This conference fulfills the requirements for continuing medical education credit regarding controlled substance prescribing.
If you are an adult, with Alzheimer’s disease and/or cancer, you may qualify for a research study investigating pain in adults with Alzheimer’s disease and/or cancer. This research study is looking at how patients with Alzheimer’s disease and cancer experience pain in order to better treat their pain in the future.
The Healthcare in Appalachia conference is designed to address the unique healthcare needs and circumstances of the Appalachian region. This conference will feature experts in the medical, mental health, and public health fields and provide practical advice, tips, and resources to health care providers and public health professionals. Certified for CME, CPE, CNE, CHES, and ASWB ACE.