14th Annual DAGMEC Resident Research Forum
Poster winners and pictures from the 14th Annual DAGMEC Resident Research Forum.
Thursday, April 25, 2013; 5:00-7:00 p.m.
Top of the Market Banquet Center
32 Webster Street, Dayton
(Directions to Top of the Market)
Residents, Fellows & Applicants —
Welcome to DAYTON!
On behalf of the entire Graduate Medical Education (GME) community - welcome to our new residents and fellows. Welcome to Dayton! is a document that will help you find some of the hot spots you might to need to know about in the Dayton area.
The Greater Dayton Hospital Association's website, www.daytonhospitaljobs.com, has links to all non-physician jobs in the area hospitals. We think it also has some great info about the Dayton community--things to do and see. Check it out!
Library Resources for Physicians
WSU Libraries Research Quick Start Guide for Medicine provides easy access to many electronic resources.
The Student Technology Assistant Center (STAC) is available for all WSU-affiliated residents, fellows or faculty members. A WSU identification card is required. If you do not have an identification card, contact the WSUSOM Office of Faculty and Clinical Affairs at 937-245-7640.
Resident/Fellow Research Grants
Monday, April 15, 2013, is the deadline for residents and fellows to request funds for research projects. For details and documents, go to the research grant page.
The DAGMEC office is located with the offices of the Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine. Our mission is to support all of the Dayton-area residency and fellowship programs. Albert Painter, Psy.D., serves as the director. The contact information is below.
Stephanie Ours at firstname.lastname@example.org, phone: 937.245.7640
Jeanne Schlater at email@example.com, phone: 937.245.7641
FAX Number: 937.245.7955 or 937.245.7956
Office location: Wright State Physicians, 725 University Boulevard, Fairborn, Ohio 45324
Thursday, May 9, 2013
DAMEA Lunch Meeting
Location: Kettering Medical Center, Nelson conference center (lower level of the hospital)
Speaker: Brian Springer, M.D., WSU Emergency Medicine
Topic: “Tactical Emergency Medicine”
Tuesday, May 14, 2013
Cultural Competency Workshop
Location: Good Samaritan Hospital, Med Ed Conf Rooms A & B
Wednesday, May 15, 2013
Chief Resident Workshop
Location: Berry Room, Nutter Center
News & Accomplishments
Congratulations to the USAF School of Aerospace Medicine on receiving ACGME accreditation. Colonel Alfred Emmel is the DIO for the school. Programs located at Wright-Patterson AFB are aerospace medicine, occupational medicine, and general preventive medicine. A fourth program, undersea & hyperbaric medicine, is located in San Antonio, Texas.
Congratulations to Linda Roock, WSU surgery coordinator, on receiving her C-TAGME certification. To achieve the certification, coordinators must pass two tests that (1) assess their knowledge of their residency training programs and how the programs function as well as their ability to find and access information relative to graduate medical education and (2) assess their knowledge of the ACGME/AOA requirements for successful maintenance of a residency training program.
The WSU Surgical Critical Care Fellowship Program has been granted a four-year accreditation review cycle from the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education. Congratulations!
All residency and fellowship programs are fully accredited. Congratulations to the entire GME community on this accomplishment!