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Medicine Monthly – October 2022

In this issue:

  • DOM Faculty & Staff Recognition Event
  • Drs. Song, Lam and Lau Receive $8M+ in NIH Research Grants
  • 2022 CU Anschutz Research Awards Announced
  • 2023 SOM Translational Research Scholars Program RFA
  • Office of Advancement Publishes 2022 Momentum


Author Department of Medicine | Publish Date October 07, 2022
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Medicine Monthly – September 2022

In this issue:

  • New leadership structure for DOM research mission
  • Call for nominations: DOM Faculty Recognition Event
  • DOM Quality & Patient Safety Annual Report
  • Funding opportunities from CCTSI and Burroughs Wellcome Fund
  • Research & Innovation Conferences begin this month and more!

Author Department of Medicine | Publish Date September 07, 2022
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Medicine Monthly – August 2022

In this issue:

  • Poll for faculty senators
  • Medicine Grand Rounds
  • UCHealth rankings
  • CU ASPIRE Program Team awards
  • WellDOM opportunities

Author Department of Medicine | Publish Date August 05, 2022
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DOM Newsletter

July 2022 Newsletter

In this issue: 

  • Faculty Promotions 2022 Announcement
  • Call for Applications: University of Colorado Interdisciplinary Joint Biology Pilot Program
  • Updated NIH Data Management and Sharing Policy
  • Internal Medicine Residency Program Annual Awards

Author Department of Medicine | Publish Date July 05, 2022
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June 2022 Newsletter

In this issue: 

  • APP Balint Groups
  • 2022-23 PACE Scholars
  • Laptops for Telemedicine Providers
  • Shark Tank Winners
  • Leadership Appointments and Promotions

Author Department of Medicine | Publish Date June 02, 2022
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May 2022 Newsletter

In this issue: 

Our DOM communications team has helped reformat our newsletter, aiming for brevity, visual appeal and interactivity. For topics of interest, you will always find more in-depth coverage with the click of a button. Optimizing communications is a priority of the DOM and I hope this new approach makes it easier for you to access key highlights.



Author Department of Medicine | Publish Date May 04, 2022
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April 2022 Newsletter

In this issue: 

  • DOM Research Day Recap

  • PRIDE AGOLD Summer Institute

  • Shark Tank Call for Applications

  • Write for The Conversation

  • Residency Match Day Results


Author Department of Medicine | Publish Date April 06, 2022
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March 2022 Newsletter

In this issue: 

  • Updated Campus COVID Protocols

  • DOM Research Day: Call for Abstracts

  • SOM Bridge Funding

  • Grand Rounds Speaker Nominations

  • Call for Applications: DOM Shark Tank Competition


Author Department of Medicine | Publish Date March 01, 2022
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February 2022 Newsletter

In this issue: 

  • COVID Expert Forum Recording

  • DOM Research Day: Call for Abstracts

  • Staff Mentorship Program

  • 2022-23 Chief Medical Residents

  • UCH Consult Tip Sheets

  • Vote Now: US News & World Report Best Hospitals


Author Department of Medicine | Publish Date February 01, 2022
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January 2022 Newsletter

In this issue: 

  • DOM Hosts COVID Expert Forum

  • Important Campus Updates

  • LInQS Fellowship Program

  • In Memoriam: Dr. Hugo Rosen

  • Helping Marshall Fire Victims


Author Department of Medicine | Publish Date January 05, 2022
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December 2021 Newsletter

In this issue: 

  • Mid-Career Faculty Women's Leadership Development Program

  • New SOM Research Funding Opportunities

  • UCH Recharge Room

  • BRIM Workshops

  • Additional Holiday Leave


Author Department of Medicine | Publish Date December 01, 2021
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Department of Medicine In the News

Wall Street Journal

High-Earning Men Are Cutting Back on Their Working Hours

news outletWall Street Journal
Publish DateJanuary 26, 2023

Lotte Dyrbye, the chief well-being officer for the University of Colorado School of Medicine, said she often hears from early-career physicians and other medical professionals who want to work fewer hours to avoid burnout. These medical workers are deciding that to be in it for the long haul requires a day every week or two to decompress, Dyrbye says. But as staff cut back their hours, it costs medical organizations money and may compromise access to care.

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POZ

Does Cannabis Use Impair Treatment Adherence?

news outletPOZ
Publish DateJanuary 25, 2023

Kristine Erlandson, of the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, and colleagues aimed to characterize associations between cannabis use and antiretroviral adherence in a cohort of older people with HIV.

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Targeted Oncology

A Closer Look at the Most Recent NCCN Guidelines for Bladder Cancer

news outletTargeted Oncology
Publish DateJanuary 24, 2023

“One thing that’s really defined the treatment of bladder cancer patients in the last 5 years or so has been the introduction of immune checkpoint inhibitors. The use of these agents initially started out as a later-line of therapy and these agents are being tested across different disease states,” noted Thomas Flaig, vice chancellor of research for the University of Colorado Denver, member, University of Colorado Cancer Center, and the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, Chair of the NCCN Guidelines Panel for Bladder Cancer, in an interview with Targeted Oncology.

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KOAA

Pueblo senior fast tracked to prestigious medical program

news outletKOAA
Publish DateJanuary 24, 2023

Ian Espinoza, a high-achieving scholar at South High School, is one of only 10 Colorado seniors to be accepted into a prestigious collegiate program that will fast-track him to medical school. The BA/BS-MD Degree Program at the University of Colorado Denver and Anschutz Medical Campus aims to promote the diversity of practicing medical professionals in Colorado and to better serve the healthcare needs of the state by assembling up to 10 outstanding students each year from broadly diverse backgrounds.
 
“This offer is an indication of the high regard the school holds, not only for your past academic and personal accomplishments but also for our assessment of your capabilities as a future undergraduate student and physician,” wrote Matthew Taylor of the University of Colorado School of Medicine. “As part of this program, you will be completing your four years of undergraduate studies at the University of Colorado Denver and your four years of medical school at the University of Colorado School of Medicine.”

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