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Congratulations to the winners of the 2018 Leonard W. Sandridge Outstanding Contribution Awards! A special thank you goes to the UVA employees who have promoted clinical excellence and provided exemplary patient care at UVA Medical Center.
Congrats to this year's awardees! The Anne L. Brodie Medical Fund Committee fulfills a grateful patient's wish to e… https://t.co/QKtlLlMyNv
UVA's PositiveLinks App Improving HIV Care, Study Finds
A smartphone app designed to improve care for people living with HIV has improved users' health outcomes, a new study has found. Users of the PositiveLinks intervention developed at the UVA School of Medicine showed marked improvement in sticking to their treatment programs. Click the photo to read more.
The 2018 recipients of the Certificate of Commitment to Faculty Development in Medical Education include the following faculty: Angela C. Piñeros-Fernández, MD; Andrew S. Parsons, MD, MPH; Thomas R. Hartka, MD; and Joesph R. Wiencek, PhD.
The Certificate is earned by faculty who attend 10 workshops over a two-year period. The certificate can be included as part of the Teaching Portfolio, which in turn can be used for purposes of application for membership to the Academy of Distinguished Educators and/or as part of the portfolio for promotion and tenure.
Maryellen Gusic, MD (far right in attached image), coordinates content for the certificate series.
Read more about the topics included in the series: https://faculty.med.virginia.edu/facultyaffairs/development/education-professional-development/nxgen-certificate-series/
UVA ID w/ a sweep of Dept of Medicine awards:
Molly Hughes - excellence in teaching
Jie Liu - excellence in resear… https://t.co/wCHbMNQAZD
UVA Announces Plans for $5 Billion Campaign
At Thursday’s Board of Visitors meeting, University fundraising officials reported record-breaking philanthropy in the current fiscal year, and said the Bicentennial Scholars Fund has leveraged more than $100 million in matching funds for scholarships. Click the photo to read more.
The Department of Urology has an approved training program for residents. It is a four-year program with two residents being accepted each year after completing a pre-requisite year of general surgery. The eight residents participate with the full-time faculty in the daily instruction of our medical students.
Noah Schenkman, MD | Program Director
University of Virginia, Charlottesville
Its that time of the year, when we must say farewell to our doctors at the end of their residency program. The Department of Urology at the University of Virginia wishes to Drs. Karen Wheeler and Jessica Rueb a safe journey, and a successful career. We know your patients are going to miss you, and we are grateful for your service and your contributions to the field of urology.
Chief resident Zach Dietch, MD MBA draws connections between organizational cultures of the business world (… https://t.co/PgazQ5ZEEi