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February, 2014
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Multi-Generational Vermont Physician Families

The Dana Library has a current exhibit honoring several Vermont families with multiple generations of UVM College of Medicine graduates. Amongst them, the Uptons, Terriens, Irwins, and Boves have produced thirteen College of Medicine graduates since 1898.
Location: Dana Library
 
March, 2014
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American Women in Health and Health Care Sciences

The Dana Library has a small current exhibit highlighting some of the extraordinary achievements of American women in medicine, nursing, and the health care sciences. This exhibit was created in celebration of UVM Women's HERstory Month.
Location: Dana Library
 
April, 2014
Add event to googleTuesday, April 1,  6:00 pm  to 7:30 pm

Community Medical School: More Than a Snore: Causes, Treatment and Risks of Sleep Apnea

Up to 18 million people in the U.S. are estimated to suffer from obstructive sleep apnea, with two to four percent of Americans yet to be diagnosed. Learn about the causes of sleep apnea, common symptoms, how clinicians diagnose and treat this condition, and discuss the immediate and long-term health impacts when this disorder is left untreated. Presented by Garrick Applebee, M.D., Assistant Professor of Neurological Sciences and Pediatrics.
Location: Carpenter Auditorium, UVM Given Building

Information: http://www.fletcherallen.org/community_resources/community_medical_school/.
 
Add event to googleWednesday, April 2,  12:00 pm  to 1:00 pm

Personal Knowledge Management: Better Organization for Better Problem-Solving

How do you organize all of the information you collect for your research, work and personal life? How can you manage that information better so that you can use it more effectively? This workshop will explore the concepts of Personal Information Management (PIM) and Knowledge Management (KM), and offer a few concrete tips for managing your information. Tools such as EndNote, DropBox, and EssentialPIM will be covered.
Location: Dana Medical Library Classroom

Information: http://library.uvm.edu/dana/services/currentclasses.php
 
Add event to googleWednesday, April 9,  12:00 pm  to 1:00 pm

Personal Knowledge Management: Better Organization for Better Problem-Solving

The workshop will introduce the recommended elements of a data management plan (DMP) and resources at UVM that can help with data management planning. Sample data management plans will be provided. Participants will then create their own simplified data management plans.
Location: Dana Medical Library Classroom

Information: http://library.uvm.edu/dana/services/currentclasses.php
 
Add event to googleFriday, April 11,  10:15 am  to 10:30 am

Vermont Psychiatric Association's Presentation of the Bruce A. Gibbard, M.D. Award for Clinical Excellence for 2013


Location: The Davis Auditorium

Information: http://library.uvm.edu/dana/news/?p=38
 
Add event to googleFriday, April 11,  10:30 am  to 11:45 am

Gibbard Lecture: The Efficacy of Psychodynamic Therapy: The Talking Cure in the Era of Evidence-Based Practice

Psychodynamic therapy is an evidence-based treatment. Effect sizes are as large as those for other therapies that are actively promoted as "empirically supported" or "evidence-based", and patients who receive psychodynamic therapy not only maintain therapeutic gains, but continue improving after treatment ends. Research also shows that other forms of therapy may be effective in part because the more skilled practitioners incorporate psychodynamic methods. Dr. Shedler will discuss the seven key features of contemporary psychodynamic treatment, review empirical evidence from randomized controlled trials and meta-analyses, and discuss how psychodynamic therapy compares to other evidence-based treatments such as CBT and antidepressant medication. No registration is required.
Location: The Davis Auditorium

Information: http://library.uvm.edu/dana/news/?p=38
 
Add event to googleFriday, April 11,  1:00 pm  to 3:00 pm

Gibbard Workshop: Personality Pathways to Depression: A Clinical Conversation with Dr. Jonathan Shedler

It has become increasingly common to refer to depression as a "disease", but it may be more helpful to view it as a nonspecific symptom--the psychic equivalent of fever--of a wide range of underlying disturbances. For most patients, these disturbances are rooted in characteristic patterns of thinking, feeling, attaching, coping, defending, relating and experiencing self and others--in other words, in personality. This seminar will focus on common personality pathways to depression and their practical treatment implications, with discussion of clinical case material and clinical vignettes to demonstrate case formulation and treatment strategies. Attendance and clinical affiliation will be recorded. There is no charge to participants.
Location: The Davis Auditorium

Information: http://library.uvm.edu/dana/news/?p=38
 
Add event to googleWednesday, April 23,  6:30 pm  to 7:30 pm

Puppy Happy Hour

The College of Medicine Student Council is proud to announce that Puppy Happy Hour has finally arrived! Dogs from Therapy Dogs of Vermont will be in the Dana Medical Library Classroom. Please stop by for some puppy love! For more information, visit http://library.uvm.edu/dana/news/?p=3423.
Location: Dana Library Classroom

Information: http://library.uvm.edu/dana/news/?p=3423
 
May, 2014
Add event to googleTuesday, May 6,  6:00 pm  to 7:30 pm

Community Medical School: Personality or Mental Illness? Understanding the Links between Traits and Disorders

What behaviors indicate a mental illness rather than someone's personality? New psychiatric disorder definitions and school shooting-related media headlines have piqued interest in understanding the boundaries between what is considered a trait and what is considered an illness. Find out what determines temperament and personality and discover the links between personality traits and psychiatric diagnoses. Presented by David Rettew, M.D., Associate Professor of Psychiatry.
Location: Carpenter Auditorium, UVM Given Building

Information: http://www.fletcherallen.org/community_resources/community_medical_school/.