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Michigan Communities Conquering COVID: Debunking Misinformation Virtual Town Hall

September 13, 2021

Join the town hall for a conversation debunking misinformation about COVID-19 and the vaccines.

Clinical Simulation Center Brown Bag Discussion

September 10, 2021

All Michigan Medicine faculty and staff are invited to attend the next installment of the Clinical Simulation Center Brown Bag series. The series is designed to promote collaboration and best practices in simulation-based education and research and will allow faculty, staff and learners the opportunity to learn and share best practices in simulation-based education and assessment. The next virtual event will be held at noon on Tuesday, Sept. 29 via Zoom.  Torrey A. Laack, M.D., Chair of SSH Directors Section will present “The impact of stress on performance, memory, and the implications for experiential learning.” The clinical practice of medicine often…

Precision Health (virtual) Seminar Series

September 9, 2021

We are excited to announce the first in a series of webinars connecting health research, data, and clinical care. “How Data Science, Learning Health Systems, and Precision Health Can Enhance Clinical Practice” Speakers: Rachel Richesson and Gretchen Piatt Join us to learn about the role of learning health systems in health care and precision health. This webinar is ideal for clinicians, researchers, and students in all health sciences. Discover more about the potential role of data science in clinical practice and researchLearn about opportunities and limitations of current data infrastructure (including EHR data) for precision health, and implications of using EHR to support…

How Safe Is Safe Enough: Analyzing Hazards and Risks in the Real World to Inform Decision Making

September 9, 2021

No endeavor/decision is without risk. Despite the best of intentions decisions that lead to undesired outcomes (financial, human, political, reputation), many times catastrophic, occur during the operation of complex systems. Unfortunately (tragically), it is also common that the parties that made these decisions or were impacted by these undesired outcomes viewed them as unexpected when they occurred. Even worse, because the outcomes were unexpected there was generally little or no preparation for their occurrence further magnifying the extent and the impact to the individuals, organizations, and society as a whole. Since no system can be reasonably expected to perform flawlessly…

Write Winning NIH R01 Grant Proposals

September 9, 2021

John Robertson, Ph.D., of Grant Writers’ Seminars & Workshops will present a two-day virtual seminar addressing both the practical and conceptual aspects that are key factors in writing successful grant proposals. The event includes a deep-dive into idea development, identification of the most appropriate granting agency, how to write for reviewers, and tips and strategies for presenting an applicant's case to reviewers. This workshop is an annual event for R01 Boot Camp participants, and is open again this year to all U-M faculty members, postdoctoral researchers and administrative staff. The $309 workshop fee includes a hard copy of The Grant Application Writer's…

Write Winning NIH R01 Grant Proposals

September 9, 2021

John Robertson, Ph.D., of Grant Writers’ Seminars & Workshops will present a two-day virtual seminar addressing both the practical and conceptual aspects that are key factors in writing successful grant proposals. The event includes a deep-dive into idea development, identification of the most appropriate granting agency, how to write for reviewers, and tips and strategies for presenting an applicant's case to reviewers. This workshop is an annual event for R01 Boot Camp participants, and is open again this year to all U-M faculty members, postdoctoral researchers and administrative staff. The $309 workshop fee includes a hard copy of The Grant Application Writer's…

OHEI Community Conversation: Tools to Create More Inclusive Conversation Spaces

September 2, 2021

Community Conversations is an opportunity for faculty, staff and student to come together weekly to engage on meaningful ways to increase belonging at Michigan Medicine. We feel that it is important to carve out space for dialogue, provide support for one another, promote self-care, and share valuable resources. The sessions are designed for space to hear your voice and all are welcome! This session will focus on how we can promote inclusive conversation by promoting engagement, ensuring well-being, and keeping connected. This is well timed in terms of our hybrid challenges and opportunities. OHEI Events Michigan Medicine

Flu Shot Clinic @ Towsley dining room

August 31, 2021

Flu shots will be available in the Towsley dining room for all Michigan Medicine employees. Sign up for an appointment here. Registration is required.

5th annual CEW+Advocacy Symposium: Accessing & Navigating Systems

August 25, 2021

This symposium is free and open to all activists, advocates and allies from all U-M campuses (students, staff, faculty) as well as the local community. RSVP here: http://www.cew.umich.edu/events/5th-annual-cew-advocacy-symposium-accessing-navigating-systems Join CEW+ for its annual fall symposium themed Accessing & Navigating Systems. This year’s symposium will feature: opening remarks by Christina R. Cutlip, PhD, Senior Managing Director, Head of Client Engagement and National Advocacy at TIAAthe Mullin Welch Lecture given by C. Nicole Mason, PhD, president and chief executive officer of the Institute for Women’s Policy Research. The keynote will be facilitated by Catherine Hadley, a U-M senior majoring in Political Science and U-M’s 28th Truman Scholar.the awarding of…