Michael Lindsay, MSIS, AHIP, Serials/E Resources Librarian at Preston Medical Library, was recently appointed president of the University of Tennessee School of Information Sciences Alumni Society. UT School of Information Sciences graduates can be found in all 50 states of the United States as well as in several other countries.
The UT Graduate School of Medicine offers a Resident Business Course series to prepare physicians and dentists for careers in private practice, hospital or academic settings. The 2014-2015 course topics include financial planning, avoiding fraud when choosing financial professionals, and the impact of the Affordable Care Act Update.
October 27, 2014: "Financial Gems for Residency and Beyond" by Pat Conry-Taylor and Della Morrow with Conry-Taylor & Morrow CPAs PC
February 26, 2015: "Choosing Professionals - Avoid Fraud and Schemes" by David Moon, CFA, UTGSM Board of Visitors Member, with Moon Capital Management, LLC
March 26, 2015: "Impact and Implications of ACA Update" by Don Lighter, MD, Institute for Healthcare Quality Research and Education and PEMBA Faculty
For an up-to-date list of current classes, visit the Health Information Center's website.
Audrey Barry, MD, Clinical Instructor, Obstetrics and Gynecology
Jeffrey Cloyd, MD, Clinical Assistant Professor, Family Medicine
Amanda Ingram, MD, Assistant Professor, Radiology
Kelsey Leonard, Assistant Professor, Preston Medical Library
Michael McNally, MD, Instructor, Surgery
Edward Primka III, MD, Clinical Assistant Professor, Medicine
Andrew Russ, MD, Assistant Professor, Surgery
Chelsea Angel, Research Specialist, Anesthesiology
Jennifer Luhrs, Library Associate, Preston Medical Library
Rachel Melton, Library Associate, Preston Medical Library
Katherine Wiles, Research Technician, Surgery
October 24-25, 2014 - Big 4 Cancer Conference: Detection * Diagnosis * Treatment * Survivorship
November 3-7, 2014 - Lean for Healthcare
November 8, 2014 - Tenth Annual Diabetes Regional Conference
February 7, 2015 - Eleventh Annual Hematology Conference: An Update on Selected ASH Topics