OMS II cyle review session for Thursday, October 13
CEPA post-test review: 8–9a
Dr. Angulo: 9–10:20a
Bathroom break: 10:20–10:30a
Dr. Kriak: 11–11:30a
Dr. Bahri: 11:30a–12p
Exam prep: 12–1p
Arrive on time for your reproduction final exam. Please arrive no later than 8:45 a.m. on Friday, October 14 for your exam. And don’t forget to bring your SurfacePro, charging cord, and Noorda-COM ID!
Use the library’s main search bar when starting a research project. This will bring up results across all collections, including databases, e-journals, e-books, PubMed, and much more!
Be aware of final exam retakes. Final exam retakes will be held on January 9, 2023. If you fail a course (CEPA 201 or OMED 206) and its final exam, you must retake the exam on this date, too.
Learning Services will be reaching out within the next few weeks to schedule a 1:1 appointment with you. During this appointment, they will discuss pre-dedicated board prep and give you a general overview of what to expect during dedicated prep. Watch your email! In the meantime, reach out if there is anything you need.
Don’t forget to attend the upcoming tutoring session: M, Oct 10; 1p: Tutor repro review [Link]
Understand the Institutional Review Board research approval and application process. Bring your lunch to Building 1 on October 19 at noon for an info session about the IRB; a Teams link will be available, too.
Learn about the different styles of review articles. Elion House will host Journal Club on Monday, October 24, at 5 p.m. in Building 1’s lecture hall. Two students will present on analytical literature reviews and Dr. Kriak will offer supplementary info.
Stay tuned for nomination acceptance emails. If you are academically eligible to run for an officer position, you will receive an email to accept your nomination/enter the campaign by the end of today. Campaigning will officially begin today and throughout the rest of the week.
Submit a friend for Student DO of the Year. Nominations will be accepted through October 15.
The Student DO of the Year award (SDOY) is an annual award presented by the Council of Osteopathic Student Government Presidents (COSGP) to students who go above and beyond the average osteopathic medical student. Each School or College of Osteopathic Medicine (SOM/COM) will select a school SDOY, and these school winners will go on to compete for the National SDOY Award. The National SDOY will be announced at the AACOM Annual Meeting in April and will be the recipient of a monetary award (amount which will be formally determined at a later date).
The SDOY Award Recipient must be a full-time student at a SOM/COM and cannot be a previous school or national Student DO of the Year (SDOY) recipient. This individual should represent the following ideals and values:
• Commitment to Community Service
• Dedication to the Profession
• Embodiment of the Osteopathic Philosophy
We want to thank Wyatt Magoffin for turning on your notifications and “liking” contributions. Please stop by during office hours to claim your prize!
Celebrate our new pods. Head to the new pods in Building 4 today from 12:30-1 p.m. for a ribbon-cutting ceremony and refreshments. (Cookies, brownies, and lemonade.)
Learn early on how to avoid errors in practice. The Utah Simulation Coalition will host Dr. Kathie Lasater (Ed.D, RN, ANEF, FAAN) and Captain Miller for a discussion on clinical judgment (and related topics) on October 28 at the (Orem) Holiday Inn Express. Dr. Lasater will discuss clinical judgment, and Captain Miller will speak on communication, role clarity, crew resource management, trapping errors, and aviation and medicine. Register here or email email@example.com for a potential discount.
These “posts” are a landing page for Noorda-COM student emails. Questions? Contact Jenna Knaupp.