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Biomedical Research Awareness Day (BRAD) is a day to honor, raise awareness of, and pledge support for animals needed for biomedical research. The purpose of this event is to educate people about the vital role animals play in the development of new treatments and cures for people and animals, highlight careers in biomedical research, and promote support for the compassionate care of animals needed for research.

The 2019 APHC conference will explore social justice education and practice in the health professions across the U.S. and internationally. Social justice is emphasized as a key value in the 2002 Charter on Medical Professionalism, the 2017 Code of Ethics for Social Work, and included within the 2015 Code of Ethics for Nursing. What does our experience with healthcare in the 21st century tell us about successes, failures, and opportunities in embracing social justice as a professional value? What is our path moving forward?
 
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Department Seminar Series

Faculty Development 
Lecture Series
 
Monday, December 3, 2018
 
“Preparing for Promotion in the Tenure Series”
 
12pm
Room 6065
School of Medicine - 1430 Tulane Avenue
 
 
“Preparing for Promotion in the Non-Tenure Series”
(Clinical, Research, or Education Track)
 
5pm
Room 6065
School of Medicine – 1430 Tulane Avenue
 
All School of Medicine faculty are encouraged to attend
 
Light refreshments will be provided

Announcing a General Medical Faculty Meeting
Featuring

The Second Reading of Proposed Amendments to the GMF Bylaws at 4:30pm
 
and

an Address by Michael A. Fitts, J.D., President of Tulane University at 5:00pm
 

"Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension and Screening Tools," featuring Richard Wells, MD

If you wear glasses or contacts and you'd like to improve your vision, we'd like to invite you to attend a free seminar for Tulane University employees & students...
Tulane Elmwood Campus
Saturday, July 28, 2018
10:00  - 11 a.m
(light refreshments will be served)
800 E Commerce Rd #100
Harahan, LA 70123
Your Speaker: Dr.Jody Simon, a cornea Specialist at Tulane University will speak about the latest "Bladeless" iLASIK procedure, which can correct vision to potentially 20/20 or better. 

Faculty Development 
Lecture Series
 
Monday, December 3, 2018
 
“Preparing for Promotion in the Tenure Series”
 
12pm
Room 6065
School of Medicine - 1430 Tulane Avenue
 
 
“Preparing for Promotion in the Non-Tenure Series”
(Clinical, Research, or Education Track)
 
5pm
Room 6065
School of Medicine – 1430 Tulane Avenue
 
All School of Medicine faculty are encouraged to attend
 
Light refreshments will be provided

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