The Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth Curriculum Redesign Ethics & Humanities Working Group is pleased to host the Geisel Reflective Writing Retreat featuring Hedy S. Wald, PhD on Tuesday, May 6 from 12:30-3:30 PM in Vail 513. Participation is limited to 30. Please register at: http://doodle.com/h6ix42mqvxxdfbem.
Dr. Wald and participants will explore the concept of fostering reflection in health care professions education and practice using didactic and interactive approaches. The goal is to support compassionate care and resiliency through guided reflection. Read the rest of this entry »
On Thursday, May 8, 2014, the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology will be having our annual Resident Research Day. Keynote speaker will be John O. DeLancey, MD from University of Michigan Medical School. His talk is titled “Pelvic Floor Science: An Oxymoron”. The Ob/Gyn residents will follow presenting their own research projects.
Please join us at the Match Day ceremony for the Geisel School of Medicine Class of 2014 on Friday, March 21 in Auditoriums E/F at DHMC. The ceremony will start promptly at noon, followed by a reception with refreshments.
If you can’t be with us in person, please watch the Match Day ceremony live online (the video will be live at 11:58 am). Open a new internet browsing window, and copy and past the following URL in the address bar: http://video.hitchcock.org/livetcs2
Please join us on Saturday, March 8 at Thompson Arena, where Geisel and the UVM College of Medicine square off in a contest of hockey skill and strength known as The Specimen Cup. UVM has held the Cup since 2011, so it’s about time we took it back! The game begins at 7pm, and donations will be taken at the door to benefit a to-be-determined charity.
It’s that time of year again! Geisel’s second year skits are happening THIS FRIDAY (2/28) at 6:30 PM at Kellogg Auditorium and we want to see YOU there!
We have some very special performances lined up for you this year. Students, faculty, and administrators will all be featured in what will surely be a box office hit, so come out and show your support! You will laugh. You will cry. You will experience the full range of human emotion…at GEISELWOOD 2014.
There will also be a raffle and a bake sale so bring some spare change and make the most out of the evening’s festivities. All proceeds from skit night will be donated to the Mascoma Clinic. And don’t forget to stop by heart rounds at 5:00 PM for some pre-premiere schmoozing.
There’s no other event that fills up Kellogg like skit night, so come early and come excited!
You are invited to participate in the 2014 Geisel Leadership Course at Dartmouth, a transformational program meant to activate the power of personal and deeply meaningful change. The result: you will be able to exercise leadership effectively in a way that is unforced and natural for you, regardless of the circumstances that confront you.
The course, The Science and Practice of Leading Yourself, will transform your perspective on what it means to be a leader and help you reach new levels of personal and professional success. It will take place on the Hanover Inn from July 10-14, 2014 (with time set aside on the 12th for those who want to participate in this year’s Prouty!)
Please mark your calendars for Geisel’s Class Day ceremony on Saturday, June 7 at the Class of 1978 Life Sciences Courtyard to celebrate the accomplishments of our graduating class of 2014. Class Day will also be preceded by an awards ceremony on Friday, June 6 at the Class of 1978 Life Sciences Courtyard. Please visit Geisel’s Class Day website for more details.
The Leadership Development Council is pleased to be hosting a discussion panel on Wednesday, February 26 that explores leadership opportunities, challenges, and innovation through interdisciplinary collaborations among physicians and engineers.
Our panel includes Solomon Diamond, PhD (Neuroimaging), David Kotz, PhD (Computer Science), Michael Mayor, MD (Orthopedic Surgery), Brian Pogue, PhD (Biomedical imaging for cancer therapy), Mitchell Stotland, MD (Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery), and Douglas Van Citters, PhD (Biomaterials). Read the rest of this entry »