Announcements (3/5-3/11)

Shoutout to Brooke Towne for planning such a great On-Call Ball!

All announcements have been updated to the SGA Website (https://www.medschool.lsuhsc.edu/sga/). Please email ttra25@lsuhsc.edu by noon on Sunday with any announcements.

Below are your Weekly Announcements:

  1. Louisiana ACP Chapter Meeting – March 9th – March 11th – FREE
  2. SIGMA Battle of the Bands – March 11th
  3. Psychiatry Interest Group – March 13th
  4. Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation (PMRIG) – March 13th
  5. GHHS
  6. SRHC
  7. Cancer Resource Room
  1. Louisiana ACP Chapter Meeting

Come Join us for the Annual Louisiana ACP Chapter Meeting March 9-11 in New Orleans

Still time to Register! Free for students!

 

Please go ACP  Website below to register

https://store.acponline.org/ebizatpro/Default.aspx?TabID=1356&productId=140757585 

 

We will Have national and local presenters (CME and MOC available)

We will have a medical student Track on Friday Afternoon

We will have a Resident Jeopardy competition and clinical vignette presentations on Saturday Morning

and of Course we will Have Food and Camaraderie 

At the Medical Student Track, there will be a meet and greet with Internal Medicine residency programs from across the state. Take advantage of this great opportunity!

  1. SIGMA:

Quick and dirty:

 

Battle of the Bands

Saturday, March 11th @The Republic

6:45-11 pm (first 50 people get Koozies)

$10 at the door

FOR THE KIDZ!!

 

FELLOW COMRADES AT ARMS!

 

The Battle of the Bands is upon us. Next Saturday, March 11th, the glorious competition of music and harmony is once again before us to Kick A** and fundraise for Camp Tiger. All of the proceeds of the event go to Camp Tiger, and we have traditionally been the largest donating student group and we’d like to do even better this year. It takes place at the REPUBLIC 6:45 -11 PM, but the first 50 people in the door get limited edition SIGMA koozies (see attached photo). You’ll really want to come because some bands might have some VERY familiar faces as guest appearances.

 

There is a required donation of $10 dollars at the door, but it’s for the Kids. Also, we want you to bring as many people as you want: friends, family, teachers, bae’s, anyone! And please share the event on facebook (https://www.facebook.com/events/605408629661730/ ).

 

Rock on, comrades. Rock on!

  1. Psychiatry Meeting

The psych interest group is pleased to host Dr. Erich Conrad at our meeting this March 13 at noon in MEB S14. As an expert in electroconvulsive therapy, Dr. Conrad will give a brief overview of the ethics behind this controversial treatment before facilitating a discussion of its modern use.

 

This event will have free lunch for ALL attendees – not just interest group members – due to a generous contribution from the Department of Psychiatry! To confirm your spot for free lunch, please fill out this survey by March 9 at 4pmhttps://goo.gl/forms/DT04RW8J2GIaCz8k2

 

Contact Robby rfuchs@lsuhsc.edu if you have any questions or specific dietary needs.

  1. PMRIG Meeting

There will be a PMRIG meeting on March 13th at noon in MEB S5.

  1. GHHS

Please use the survey link below to nominate up to two medical students who embody the ideals of integrity, service, respect, and empathy. Members of the Gold Humanism Honor Society will then vote among the nominees to select two students from each class as Students of the Month. This is a great way to recognize classmates who go above and beyond! Email Julie at jcrona@lsuhsc.edu for any questions or problems.

 

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/RKXYDRX

  1. SRHC

Hey L3s and L4s,

 

Every year, the LSU Student-Run Homeless Clinics rely on third and fourth year medical students to operate. Starting this semester, we have officially changed the New Orleans Mission clinics to Saturdays instead of Thursdays. Ozanam Inn clinics are still on Saturdays from 10am-2pm. New Orleans Mission clinics will now be on Saturdays from 1-4pm. If you have already signed up for a Thursday clinic this semester, we apologize for the inconvenience. If you’d like to volunteer, please use this link to sign up. You do NOT have to have previously volunteered at either of the SRHCs to volunteer now. Feel free to contact us at the emails below with any questions about the clinics.

 

Thank you,

Heather Valdin, Ozanam Inn Clinic Director (hvaldi@lsuhsc.edu)

Max Musharoff, New Orleans Mission Director (mmusha@lsuhsc.edu)

  1. Cancer Resource Room

Please sign up to be a volunteer for the Cancer Resource Room! (SLE approved!)

 

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Oqg4cCwgpDFWJ_F3NyONAmOblNfUaU8lvn9WRspJwMY/edit?usp=sharing

 

For more information, contact Katy Olivier – koliv5@lsuhsc.edu

Tuan Tran

Secretary, Student Government Association

LSU New Orleans School of Medicine

Class of 2018

ttra25@lsuhsc.edu

(337) 256-0270

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