As we move forward into 2022, the Human Resources Employment team has complied new topics for a monthly engagement series. With this programming, we hope to cultivate knowledge, explore new information and have meaningful discussions on topics that are pertinent to furthering personal and professional development.
UT College of Pharmacy partners with Vitalant to host a blood drive on TOMORROW January 25th from 10am-3pm. Please visit https://donors.vitalant.org/dwp/portal/dwa and search by blood drive code “UOT” for appointment. Memphis is currently experiencing a critical blood shortage with less than 1 day supply in some blood types and you can help! Your donation can save up to 3 lives!
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University Health Services (UHS) has flu and Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine available for employees and students. The vaccine is in limited supply and will be available on a first-come, first-served basis. UHS is supplying all doses of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine, regardless of where you are in the series. UHS is located on the 9th floor of the 910 Madison Building on the Memphis campus.
Join SACE and Krista Handfield to 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/7712255
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.
It is estimated that about 80% of U.S. consumers now subscribe to at least one paid streaming service, up 73% from pre-COVID days. Online streaming sites are a highly lucrative market for cybercriminals to launch attacks and steal personally identifiable information. Read more about these scams and risks involved with streaming services as well as what has been reported to Abuse this past week.