We will develop surgical leaders by recruiting, developing, and retaining faculty and trainees using the framework of LLUH’s values of compassion, excellence, humility, integrity, justice, teamwork, and wholeness.
Powerpoint and PDFs to assist residents in predicting burnout, how to thrive and to nurture healthy relationships to help strengthen coping skills.
"In order to train the next generation of physicians to be prepared to care for the American public, we must ensure that opportunities to train in all areas of medicine are open to diverse populations..."
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Surgical Education Culture Optimization through targeted interventions based on National comparative Data (SECOND) Trial
WEDNESDAY June 29, 2022
6:00 - 6:50 am - BASIC SCIENCE AND CLINICAL LECTURES
PGY 1-2 - Pain Management Given by: Dr. Foulad
PGY 3-5 - Oral Board Review: Breast Given by: Dr. Namm
7:00 - 8:30 am - GRAND ROUNDS CONFERENCE (LLUMC, VA) Moderated by: Dr. Lum
A-level Amphitheatre, LLUMC
Changing of the Guard - Chief Residents with Dr. Namm
NSQIP - National Surgical Quality Improvement Program
Given by Dr. Tagge
ANATOMY LABS 5:30-7:00pm All labs held in Centennial Complex, Swatek Anatomy Center, Room 24 East
DEPARTMENT OF SURGERY RESEARCH MEETING 7:00–8:00am (Every 3rd Friday) (Via Zoom Only)
June 17, 2022
DEPARTMENT OF SURGERY ANNUAL RESEARCH DAY (MANDATORY for all Surgery Residents)
JOURNAL CLUB 5:00-7:00 pm (MANDATORY) (In-Person Only) A-Level Amphitheater
6th Track - June 9, 2022 (Hayton)
STRONGER TOGETHER INITIATVE 5:00-6:00pm (every 3rd Thursday) (via Zoom) Attendings and Residents come together in an informal discussion
June 16, 2022
SURGICAL ETHICS CONFERENCE 5:00-6:00 pm (In-Person Only) A-Level Amphitheater