At the Medical Center, the duties of a medical scribe – recording a patient’s symptoms, writing patient visit summaries and more – are, mostly, performed by people with other careers, or by students on their way to those careers. But a new program in the School of Health Related Professions will supply graduates dedicated to that profession alone and, it’s hoped, provide physicians greater satisfaction with their own.
As Charlie Brown says, happiness is a warm puppy. But the puppy gets big and makes muddy paw prints on the carpet, and your happiness fizzles. Lasting happiness, however, comes from setting small life goals that are personally important and meaningful to you, and using scientific, proven strategies to bring them to fruition.
Several years ago, Patrick O’Brien left behind his classroom at Florence High School. The former English teacher is now a senior administrator in the School of Medicine’s Office of Graduate Medical Education, but he still has many of his students on his mind and, as it turns out, in his life.
The Medical Center extends its sympathy to the family of a former faculty member in appreciation for the loved one's contributions to the academic health sciences center.
Several interesting events are scheduled for the upcoming weeks at the Medical Center.
Medical Center leadership is proud to acknowledge those employees who will celebrate service anniversaries during the week of Jan. 6-12.