Tufts University School of Medicine (TUSM) Office of Continuing Education (OCE) develops
educational activities that enhance clinician knowledge and competence, improve clinician
performance, and promote lifelong learning for Tufts-affiliated physicians, nurses, and other health practitioners, as well as local, national, and international healthcare providers. The ultimate goal of this endeavor is to improve patient outcomes. TUSM OCE is accredited by The Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) and The American Nurses
Credentialing Center (ANCC).
Student Workers provide administrative support primarily focused on monitoring of documentation required for our 150+ Regularly Scheduled Series (weekly or monthly meetings held at our affiliated hospitals). Monitoring includes review of documentation submitted via Box, generation of compliance feedback (Excel) based on the documentation review, and correspondence with hospital contacts regarding any missing/inaccurate documentation; as well as occasional data entry in Access. Hours are flexible between Monday-Friday, 9:00am-5:00pm; up to 15 hours per week. TUSM OCE is located in Posner Hall, 200 Harrison Ave., Boston Campus.
Proficiency in Microsoft Office suite, including Excel and Access
Strong organizational and interpersonal skills
Strong attention to detail
Contact: Karin Pearson, Director
Northeast Delta Dental has established an endowed scholarship at Tufts University School of Dental Medicine. This is open to D20s! The successful candidate for this scholarship is required to have a strong connection to those states served by Northeast Delta Dental, which are Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine. Additionally, the student must also have a strong academic record, have demonstrated financial need as determined by the Financial Aid Office, prioritize their CSLE selections so they may complete their externship in either Maine, New Hampshire or Vermont and commit to practicing in those three states upon graduation. Students who intend to enroll in a GPR or AEGD in those states can still be considered for the scholarship provided they plan to practice in Maine, New Hampshire or Vermont upon completion of their program.
If, upon graduation, you intend to practice in either NH, ME or VT and currently have a strong connection to either of those states, please contact Sandra Pearson for further information regarding this scholarship by no later than Friday, December 7, 2018.
The LGBT Center, the University Chaplaincy, and the Office of the Provost are cosponsoring the second annual Trans Day of Remembrance student art project. The project will speak to themes of trans identity, resilience, and celebration, with special attention to the experiences of trans people of color and survivors of transmisogynistic violence. Proposals may, but don’t have to, involve depictions of the trans and non-binary people lost to violence since November 2017. We hope to work collaboratively with a student artist in the Tufts and SMFA community to design the project and create the exhibit. The project may be moved to different locations on campus throughout its exhibition and will be accompanied in its various display spaces by trans-affirming resources made available by local organizations that support trans and non-binary wellness, community, and activism. The artist selected will be allotted a $500 budget for materials to create the project and receive a separate stipend of $1000. We expect to begin displaying the project in its first location on November 20th. No formal artist training is required. Trans and non-binary students are strongly encouraged to apply.
To apply, please send (1) a short (~150-200 words) account of your personal interest in being a part of the project, (2) a short proposal of your vision for the exhibit (style of portraits, manner of display, etc) including a rough breakdown of how you expect to use the $500 materials budget, and (3) three examples of portrait/depiction work that reflect the style you’d bring the project to both Hope Freeman (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Walker Bristol (email@example.com) with the subject line “Trans Day of Remembrance Project.” You can also e-mail Hope or Walker with any questions about the project.
To learn more, visit go.tufts.edu/TDOR.
D22s: Thinking of running for an elected position? Below you will find the Class Officer & Committee Rep Descriptions!
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This years Jamaica GSL outreach will take place from Saturday, January 19th – Sunday, January 27th. Please see the attached application for additional information! If you are interested in participating on this years trip, please fill out the form and email it back to Benjamin Golub by noon on Tuesday, August 31st. (Note: This project is open to 2nd, 3rd, and 4th yr students)
Check out the application here: 2019 Jamaica GSL Application
The National Health Service Corps (NHSC) is NOW accepting applications to their loan repayment program! Primary care medical, dental, and mental and behavioral health clinicians can receive up to $50,000 to repay their health profession student loans in exchange for a two-year commitment to work at NHSC-approved sites in high-need, underserved areas.
Click here to learn more!
Applications are due Monday, April 23 at 7:30 p.m. ET.
D19s and D20s: Want to travel abroad an volunteer this summer? Check out this new CSL/GSL opportunity culminating in a 3-week field experience in Zambia!
ZAMBIA Global Service Learning Program.
Project Director: Dr. John Morgan
Anticipated Travel Dates: July 16 – Aug 4 2018*
*If travel interferes with an exam or course responsibility, special permission must be obtained by Academic Affairs and for you to be allowed to make up the requirement, if necessary.
APPLICATIONS DUE BY MARCH 19, 2018
Up to 5 PARTICIPANTS ANNOUNCED: MARCH 24, 2018
Key to this special initiative is that the costs for travel to Zambia and in-country stay are covered through the generosity of the Tisch College Summer Fellows Program.
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Interested in getting involved in Yankee Dental this year?
Tufts Dental LGBTQA is looking for volunteers to help staff the HIV Work Group Booth at the Yankee Dental Conference January 25th – 27th! Each 2 hour shift will have 2 Tufts dental students working with staff from the Boston Public Health Commission plus fellow dental students from Harvard and BU.
Click here to sign up! Please be sure to include your full name, class, email and cell phone! Spots filled up quick last year so sign up soon! Read below for more information:
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The Massachusetts Health Council is seeking volunteers with a passion for helping kids learn better nutrition to work on a multi-faceted campaign aimed at reducing the consumption of sugary drinks! The campaign works with school administrators, teachers and local organizations to run an educational program that increases student awareness of the health harms of sugary drinks. The education program can be tailored to each school or individual classrooms using resourcessuch as guest speakers, presentations, poster contest material, drinking water contest material, stickers, etc.
Volunteers can be presenters in schools and classrooms, help design new material and resources, or help coordinate the campaign by interfacing with school administrators, teachers and others. Expenses reimbursed and possible stipend available.
Please contact Nancy Marks firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to work on this effort.
Like writing songs or creating music videos? Want to inspire eligible voters to vote? The Imagine then Vote competition is a two-tiered contest designed to motivate people to vote. The first portion is a song writing contest judged by an advisory board, and the second part is a video contest judged through crowd-sourcing. Total prizes available amount to $36,000. Check the website, twitter, and facebook page if you’re interested.