UTMB Announcements for 1/26/2022

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Secondary Data Analysis (SDA) Seminar Series
AIG Retirement Services Virtual Workshop – Jan. 26
TOMORROW! MSN Virtual Open House
Take 5 minutes to learn about UTMB’s new Reduced Paid Leave benefit
Interested in assisting with UTMB Nurse/Health System Week planning?
Are you currently physically active? IF NOT, DO YOU WANT TO BE?
UTMB Pediatrics Grand Rounds: Emerging Treatments in Genetic Conditions

Repeat AnnouncementsFirst Published
***CANCELLED** The Wednesday Wellbeing Support Group, January 26, 2022, 11:00a.m.-12:00pm1/10/2022
Female Volunteers Needed for Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) Study1/13/2022
Some Ethical and Policy Issues in Living Kidney Donation1/17/2022
50-65 YEAR OLD VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR MUSCLE RECOVERY RESEARCH1/24/2022
Preceptor Program Classes1/21/2022
Advanced Dysrhythmia Classes1/21/2022
**CALL FOR NOMINATIONS: WILLIAM OSLER SCHOLARS**1/24/2022
UTMB POLICE DEPT BADGE OFFICE CLOSED 11A.M.-12 NOON ON JAN 26TH1/24/2022
Caregiver Connection Virtual Support Group Mtg. Wed. Jan. 26 12-1pm1/24/2022
NIH Electronic Signature Requirements on Other Support1/24/2022
Nutrient Sensing in the Pituitary: Mechanisms of Reproductive Hormone Secretion1/24/2022
Advance your Career! Earn a Master's of Science in Health Professions1/24/2022
UTMB's Annual Conflicts of Interest Disclosure Period Through March 31, 20221/24/2022
Volunteers Needed - Galveston County Point-in-Time (PIT) Count on 1/271/25/2022
The opt-out approach in HIV routine screening: Texas legislation and Patient Satisfaction. CEU Opportunity1/25/2022
UTMB Health Earth Day - Recycle in Style Fashion Show1/25/2022

Secondary Data Analysis (SDA) Seminar Series
First Published 1/26/2022

Secondary Data Analysis (SDA) Seminar Series:Identifying Data Sources for High Impact Research

‘Sponsored by OBIOS, PMPH, and CTSA’

Texas Medicare Data

Wednesday, January 26, 2022

Noon-1pm

Virtual Seminar

Yong-Fang Kuo, PhD

Professor, Department of Preventive Medicine and Population Health

Texas Medicare Data

Each seminar in this series will include:

• The content, structure, and time frame of each data set

• Examples of published articles that have been based on this data source

• How to access this data

• Q&A

For Zoom information please contact Casey Sendejas

Contact:     Email: Casey Sendejas     For: Office of Biostatistics     Phone: 409-772-6355
 
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AIG Retirement Services Virtual Workshop – Jan. 26
First Published 1/26/2022

 

AIG Retirement Services, an approved UT System provider, is hosting a virtual workshop on Wednesday, Jan. 26, from 11–11:30 a.m. and from 6–6:30 p.m.

Michael Bartlow, AIG Financial Advisor, will lead a discussion on planning ahead for the future you envision with A Million Reasons to Get Started. The workshop will go over the importance of getting a good start on saving for your retirement.

Click here to learn more about the workshop and to reserve your spot!

Contact:     Email: Tony Edmond     For: Human Resources     Phone: (409) 266-1204
 
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TOMORROW! MSN Virtual Open House
First Published 1/26/2022

Learn about earning your MSN at UTMB School of Nursing! Join our virtual MSN Open House Thursday, January 27th at 1:00 PM to hear about requirements, program curriculum, application process, and more. If you are not able to join live, you can still register, and the session recording will be sent to all registrants. 

Please register using the link below. Also, be sure to look into UTMB's employee tuition reimbursement program!

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Contact:     Email: Chelsea Jones     For: School of Nursing     Phone: 4097728328
 
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Take 5 minutes to learn about UTMB’s new Reduced Paid Leave benefit
First Published 1/26/2022

 

Reduced Paid Leave is a new benefit under the myPTO program that offers expanded income protection if you have exhausted your available accruals and need more time away from work for your own serious illness/injury; the catastrophic illness/injury of an immediate family member; or parental leave.

RPL may be granted for two illness/injury periods within a rolling 12 months, up to a combined maximum of 480 hours. The two illness or injury periods may consist of:

  • Two unrelated diagnoses for your own illness/injury.
  • One period for your own illness/injury and one period for an immediate family member’s catastrophic illness/injury.
  • Two unrelated diagnoses for immediate family members’ catastrophic illness/injury.

If you are on an approved leave of absence for the birth, adoption or foster care placement of a child, you may receive up 480 RPL hours, minus your personal paid leave accruals.

RPL is completely funded by UTMB at 50% of your monthly or hourly base pay rate. Granted RPL hours are payable after seven calendar days or the exhaustion of all available accruals, whichever is greater.

To read more about the Reduced Paid Leave benefit and its guidelines, click here.

Contact:     Email: myPTO Program     For: Human Resources     Phone: (409) 772-8696
 
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Interested in assisting with UTMB Nurse/Health System Week planning?
First Published 1/26/2022

Those who volunteer for the UTMB Nurse/Health System Week Planning will be invited to discuss ideas and planning in relation to activities created in celebration of our staff. All Nursing Service Employees are welcome to be a part of this planning committee. If you are interested, please answer the questions through the link below. A member of the NEAR team will contact you with further details. 

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Contact:     Email: Sara Niebuhr     For: Nursing Education and Advancement Resources (NEAR)     Phone: 14096827618
 
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Are you currently physically active? IF NOT, DO YOU WANT TO BE?
First Published 1/26/2022

 

The MoTrPAC research study is the largest effort to date, aimed at understanding how physical activity improves health and prevents disease. The main goal of the MoTrPAC is to gain a better understanding of how the body changes with physical activity. This will help researchers and doctors to prescribe tailored exercise programs in the future.

 

To qualify for this research study, volunteers should:

  • Be 18 years of age or older
  • Have a BMI between 19-35 calculate your BMI
  • Exercise 1 time a week or less
  • Have no history of diabetes or heart disease
  • Be willing to have study-related health exams and exercise with a personal trainer for 12 weeks
  • Participation in the SEDENTARY cohort is approximately 6 months.

 

 

  • ***MoTrPAC is also still recruiting a different cohort volunteers. These volunteers are considered HIGHLY ACTIVE:

·         • Women and Men 40 years of age or older

·         • Have cycled or lifted weights on a regular basis for more than a year

·         • Have no history of diabetes or heart disease

·         • Would like to have the opportunity to participate in human performance testing and have study-related health exams at UTMB.

·         Participation in the HIGHLY ACTIVE cohort is approximately 6 weeks.

 

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Contact:     Email: Summer Chapman     For: SHP Dept of Nutrition & Metabolism     Phone: 409-266-9666
 
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UTMB Pediatrics Grand Rounds: Emerging Treatments in Genetic Conditions
First Published 1/26/2022

UTMB Pediatrics Grand Rounds

Friday, January 28, 2022  |  8:00 – 9:00 AM

ZOOM ONLY

Joseph Ray , MD

Associate Professor, Department of Pediatrics

Director, Division of Medical Genetics and Metabolism

University of Texas Medical Branch

Emerging Treatments in Genetic Conditions

 

Flyer Outlook Meeting

Objectives: At the conclusion of the session, participants should be able to:

  • Recognize genetic conditions with treatments available
  • Improve clinical suspicion for genetic conditions
  • Improve referrals for treatmen

Accreditation: The University of Texas Medical Branch is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

Credit: The University of Texas Medical Branch designates this live activity for a maximum of 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity

 

 

Contact:     Email: Irene C. Dillon     For: Pediatric Administration     Phone: 409-772-2815
 
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***CANCELLED** The Wednesday Wellbeing Support Group, January 26, 2022, 11:00a.m.-12:00pm
First Published 1/10/2022

This event has been cancelled and please note on your calendar accordingly.

 

The Wednesday Wellbeing Support Group

Wednesday, January 26, 2022

11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

Contact:     Email: Marisela Sifuentes     For: Institute for Bioethics & Health Humanities     Phone: 409-772-2377
 
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Female Volunteers Needed for Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) Study
First Published 1/13/2022

We are recruiting female volunteers to complete a research study on how a fiber supplement changes blood glucose and hormone concentrations, as well as the gut microbiome.  

We are looking for female volunteers who:

  • Are between 19 and 45 years old
  • Have a medical diagnosis of PCOS 
  • Are overweight or greater (body mass index between 25 and 35 kg/m2)
  • Have no medical conditions (such as high blood pressure or diabetes)
  • Are not pregnant, actively trying to become pregnant, or lactating
  • Are not taking medications or supplements that impact body weight or metabolism (e.g., steroids, thyroid medication, supplements with stimulants or caffeine)
  • Are not on a special diet or recent body weight changes
  • Are not taking antibiotics, probiotics, or prebiotics for at least 1 month

The study will be conducted at TWU- Houston campus.

Volunteers will be receive $100.00 H.E.B. gift card, free blood tests, free diet analysis, and free body composition analysis.  

Contact:     Email: Crystal Clark Douglas     For: Nutrition & Metabolism     Phone: 14097471609
 
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Some Ethical and Policy Issues in Living Kidney Donation
First Published 1/17/2022

 

John P. McGovern, M.D. Award Lecture

in the Medical Humanities

 

Some Ethical and Policy Issues
in Living Kidney Donation

 

Martha Gershun
Nonprofit Consultant,
Community Volunteer,
Living Kidney Donor

 and

 John D. Lantos MD
Glasnapp Family Foundation Endowed Chair in Bioethics
Director, Children's Mercy Bioethics Center
Children’s Mercy Kansas City

UMKC School of Medicine

 

Thursday, February 10, 2022

12:00pm — 1:00pm

 

Register in advance for this webinar:


https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_u-d_oMsMRbmlwcm8PzJEYA

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing
information about joining the webinar.

 

 

Martha Gershun donated a kidney to a stranger.  The evaluation process led her to

question some policies and practices that are common at transplant centers.  She

discussed these with John Lantos, a pediatrician and bioethicist.  Together, they wrote a

book “Kidney to Share” that analyzed some of the quirks in the current system and

suggested some practical changes.  They will discuss these issues and some of the

policy proposals that are currently being considered at the national level.

Contact:     Email: Beverly Claussen     For: Institute for Bioethics and Health Humanities     Phone: 772-9386
 
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50-65 YEAR OLD VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR MUSCLE RECOVERY RESEARCH
First Published 1/24/2022

 

  • The purpose of MAC (Middle-Aged Crutch) study is to examine changes in the structure and function of skeletal muscle during periods of disuse and rehabilitation in middle-aged participants.
  •  Phase 1 requires wearing a leg sling and using an assistive device for 1 week.          
  • Phase 2 requires 2 weeks of supervised rehabilitation.

We are looking for volunteers who are:

  • 50-65 years of age
  • Generally healthy
  • Can attend multiple weekday study visits at the UTMB Galveston campus over a 6-8 week period.

*VOLUNTEERS WILL BE COMPENSATED FOR THEIR PARTICIPATION*

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Contact:     Email: Summer Chapman     For: SHP Nutrition & Metabolism     Phone: 409-266-9666
 
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Preceptor Program Classes
First Published 1/21/2022

New Preceptor Programclasses available now. Click here to sign up!

 

 For more information on the guidelines to participate, please go to ​docx icon UTMB Health Program Guidelines: Preceptor Program.

 

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Contact:     Email: Sara Niebuhr     For: Nursing Education and Advancement Resources (NEAR)     Phone: 409-747-7367
 
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Advanced Dysrhythmia Classes
First Published 1/21/2022

New Advanced Dysrhythmiaclasses available now. Click here to sign up!

           

            For more information on this learning opportunity, please go to ​pptx icon CNE Advanced Dysrhythmias.

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Contact:     Email: Sara Niebuhr     For: Nursing Education and Advancement Resources (NEAR)     Phone: 4097477367
 
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**CALL FOR NOMINATIONS: WILLIAM OSLER SCHOLARS**
First Published 1/24/2022

CALL FOR NOMINATIONS:

William Osler Scholars

Dear Colleagues:

I am pleased to invite you to submit nominations for two (2) new William Osler Scholars in the John P. McGovern Academy of Oslerian Medicine. Funded by a generous gift from Houston physician-philanthropist John P. McGovern, a $1,000,000 endowment will support each Scholar’s activities related to patient care and teaching.

The successful candidate will be chosen for exemplifying the principles of highly competent, humane, compassionate, patient-centered care and teaching embodied by Sir William Osler. To be eligible, a candidate must meet the following criteria:

  • Full-time membership on the UTMB School of Medicine faculty at the time of selection.
  • M.D. or M.D. /Ph.D. degree.
  • Rank of assistant professor or above.
  • Major responsibilities in teaching and patient care.
  • Model for a humanistic and compassionate approach to patients, students and colleagues.
  • Each Osler Scholar, on accepting this designation, will agree to devote some of his or her time to learning about Osler together with the other Scholars.

UTMB students, house staff, faculty and staff may nominate individuals by submitting a statement of 250 words maximum, describing how the candidate exemplifies Oslerian ideals in patient care and teaching. These nominations can be: 1) hand delivered in hard copy format to the Office of the President, 6.100 Administration Bldg, 2) submitted electronically to dktabor@utmb.edu, or 3) sent via campus mail to route number 0129.  Please clearly mark the envelope "Osler Scholar Nominations."  Submissions must be received by 12 noon on Friday, March 11, 2022.  You can obtain more information on the current Osler Scholars at https://www.utmb.edu/osler/scholars/faculty-scholars.    

The new Osler Scholars will be announced during the 21st annual Osler Oration on Friday, July 15, 2022, to be held in the Levin Hall dining room from 5:30-7:30 p.m.

Thank you for helping UTMB recognize and support some of its finest clinicians and educators.

Sincerely,

Ben G. Raimer, MD, MA, FAAP
President

Contact:     Email: Debbie Tabor     For: President's Office     Phone: ext. 21901
 
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UTMB POLICE DEPT BADGE OFFICE CLOSED 11A.M.-12 NOON ON JAN 26TH
First Published 1/24/2022

ON JANUARY 26, 2022, THE UTMB POLICE DEPT BADGE OFFICE ON GALVESTON CAMPUS AND LEAGUE CITY CAMPUS, WILL BE CLOSED FROM 11A.M. - 12 NOON FOR A MEETING. THE GALVESTON CAMPUS WILL REOPEN AT NOON AND THE LEAGUE CITY CAMPUS WILL REOPEN AT 1PM.  THANKS SO MUCH FOR YOUR PATIENCE. 

Contact:     Email: Roseann Cruz     For: Police Department     Phone: (409)772-0657
 
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Caregiver Connection Virtual Support Group Mtg. Wed. Jan. 26 12-1pm
First Published 1/24/2022

TOPIC:  ACCEPTANCE

DUE TO THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC, THE CAREGIVER CONNECTION SUPPORT GROUP WILL MEET On-Line ONLY UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE  

We will meet via Zoom on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday monthly from 12 – 1 pm. 

Caregiver Connection Support Group is open to any family caregiver in the community who is caring for an older adult with special needs (dementia, Parkinson's, post-stroke, physical decline) who wants to connect with other family caregivers to share ideas, learn information about helping their loved one and get support for their caregiving journey.  Community resources and educational events are also shared.   

ZOOM LINK  -  https://zoom.us/j/97547483595?pwd=cVpxcEJCYXJuTUlFdStZRHl3eWhQQT09

Meeting ID: 975 4748 3595   Passcode: 546406

To Join by Phone: 

One tap mobile  +13462487799,,97547483595#,,,,*546406# US (Houston)

OR

Dial by your location          +1 346 248 7799 US (Houston)   Meeting ID: 975 4748 3595 # #  Passcode: 546406#

**We will resume in-person meetings as soon as safely possible at OLLI at UTMB**

Meeting hosted by Alice Williams, MS, LBSW, UTMB Sealy Center on Aging and Alzheimer's Association Trained Facilitator 

Contact:     Email: Alice Williams     For: Sealy Center on Aging     Phone: 4069-266-9647
 
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NIH Electronic Signature Requirements on Other Support
First Published 1/24/2022

NIH requires an electronic signature on all Other Support submissions beginning on January 25, 2022. All principal investigators and other senior/key personnel must electronically sign the Other Support form, prior to its submission to NIH, certifying that the information is accurate and complete.

UTMB OSP will only accept electronic signatures with a digital certificate and recommends using Adobe to capture these electronic signatures (please see link below for instructions).   Applicants and recipients (Department/PI) must maintain supporting documentation to reasonably authenticate that the appropriate individual signed the form. Recipients must make the documentation available upon request in accordance with 45 CFR Part 75.364. OSP will submit the Other Support documents as a flattened PDF, after all signatures are obtained.

Incorporating your digital certificate into Adobe Acrobat Reader DC allows you to sign PDF documents that can be positively attributed to you. The information in the digital certificate/signature can be verified with the with the sender using digital fingerprints in the certificate. For instructions on how to use a digital signature in Adobe click here, https://research.utmb.edu/signapdf

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Contact:     Email: Research Education     For: Research Administration     Phone: 409-266-9441
 
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Nutrient Sensing in the Pituitary: Mechanisms of Reproductive Hormone Secretion
First Published 1/24/2022

The Department of Pharmacology & Toxicology

Proudly Presents

Dequina Nicholas, PhD
Assistant Professor

Department of Molecular Biology and Biochemistry
University of California Irvine

 

“Nutrient Sensing in the Pituitary: Mechanisms of Reproductive Hormone Secretion”

Friday, January 28th, 2022

12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.

Virtual

Link Contact: Brenda Slawson (baslawso@utmb.edu)

 

Join Zoom Meeting
ttps://zoom.us/j/98935015848?pwd=NlZYeHkwSGdSdWlSQzBsZ3UrU1lvQT09&from=addon


Meeting ID: 989 3501 5848
Passcode: 428036

Contact:     Email: Brenda Slawson     For: Pharmacology     Phone: 409-772-9626
 
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Advance your Career! Earn a Master's of Science in Health Professions
First Published 1/24/2022

The UTMB School of Health Professions offers an online program that allows individuals with a bachelor’s degree in the arts or sciences to expand their field of study into exciting and fulfilling healthcare careers. The Master of Science in Health Professions (MSHP) is an advanced degree that will open opportunities for leadership as healthcare managers or executives within their organizations.

Applications for Summer 2022 enrollment are now being accepted!

  • Apply Now through March 1, 2022
  • Increase your opportunities and advance your career as a healthcare leader
  • Complete your program 100% online
  • Obtain your master's degree in as few as 16 months
  • Affordable tuition and fees
  • Visit our website for more information 409-722-3008
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Contact:     Email: Chavela Riotutar     For: School of Health Professions     Phone: 409-722-3008
 
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UTMB's Annual Conflicts of Interest Disclosure Period Through March 31, 2022
First Published 1/24/2022

If you are a researcher who engages in either bench, animal, human subjects or other classification of research activity, it's that time of year to make or update your 2021-2022 conflicts of interest disclosure statement per institutional policy (IHOP 6.5.1).  This means that you must complete the disclosure process by March 31, 2022, for any interests or activities that occurred during calendar year 2021, and even if you have nothing to disclose. 

Even if you submitted a COI disclosure in calendar year 2021, you need to log into the web-based disclosure portal to make any necessary additions and to finalize your disclosure statement. At that time, you can also make a new disclosure for calendar year 2022.

**Please note: if you engaged in an outside activity last year and it is still ongoing, you must again submit an outside activity request for that same activity this year.

How to Complete Your Disclosure Requirement:

(The COI web portal works best with Google Chrome or Internet Explorer)

  • Choose "The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston" from the drop-down menu
  • Enter your UTMB username and password (the same credentials you use to log into your email or work computer)
  • Review the options in the blue bar at the top of the screen (Home, Activity Form, No Activity Form, etc.)
  • If you have something to disclose, click "Activity Form."  ***See below for more information on whether to choose this option.
  • If you do not have anything to disclose, click "No Activity Form" and follow the prompts. **Check all boxes and click the "Report No Activity" button
Making a Disclosure/Request for Outside Activity:
Select the option "Activity Form" if any of the following apply:
  • Pursuant to IHOP 06.05.03, you are engaged in any type of work outside of UTMB such as part-time employment, consulting, speaking engagements, etc. This includes direct payment to you and reimbursement for travel, lodging and meals.
  •  
  • You are engaged in outside board service, whether compensated or uncompensated.
  •  
  • You have any outside activity, service, employment, appointment, or other relationship with a foreign governmental entity, agency, or institution. This includes adjunct, honorary, or visiting faculty appointments at institutions of higher education outside the United States. 
  •  
  • You or a Covered Family Member have any financial interests or ownership interest (including stock) in any entity or organization that could reasonably relate to your UTMB employment duties (e.g., healthcare companies, pharmaceutical companies, device manufacturers, imaging centers, etc.) 
  •  
  • You have intellectual property (copyright, patent, etc.) and/or any right to royalties. 
  •  
  • You had any sponsored or reimbursed travel provided by a professional society, pharmaceutical company, device manufacturer, or other biomedical entity.
  •  
  • Any uncompensated activity that could be perceived as a conflict of interest with your institutional duties. 
Please email coi.in@utmb.edu once you have completed these requirements so that we may give you credit. 
If you have any questions once you have read and reviewed these instructions fully, please email the COI Office at coi.in@utmb.edu.
Thank you.
Contact:     Email: COI Office     For: Office of Institutional Compliance     Phone: 4097478711
 
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Volunteers Needed - Galveston County Point-in-Time (PIT) Count on 1/27
First Published 1/25/2022

The Galveston County Point-in-Time (PIT) Count is taking place this Thursday, January 27th and volunteers are needed to make this effort successful! This Count happens all over the country at the end of January and provides a snapshot of the individuals and families experiencing homelessness in a geographical area, over the course of one night. Communities will count people who are: sheltered (living in emergency shelters, transitional housing, or hotels paid for by voucher) AND unsheltered (living in cars, outdoor encampments, other places not meant for human habitation).

In addition to gathering a headcount of those experiencing homelessness, volunteers are also asked to gather information about the demographic characteristics of the survey participants, information related to their experience with homelessness, and connect them to potential resources, using the Counting Us App. The data collected can help with funding and other resources to serve people experiencing homelessness in our community.

If you’re interested in volunteering, please complete the steps below:

  1. UTMB 2022 PIT Count Volunteer Form: This is so we can keep track of any UTMB people who are participating and have name tags created for you: https://forms.office.com/r/1AzqDYEDGw
  2. Texas Balance of State Continuum of Care Registration Form: https://txbos.pointintime.info/
  3. Complete these two trainings:
  4. 2022 Volunteer Training (21 min)
  5. 2022 Combined Counting Us Training Playlist (37 min)
    • Counting US App Set Up Key = TX2022

You can find more information & the contact information for the Count's main organizer at the link below. 

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Contact:     Email: Leslie Stalnaker     For: PMPH     Phone: 25271
 
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The opt-out approach in HIV routine screening: Texas legislation and Patient Satisfaction. CEU Opportunity
First Published 1/25/2022

We cordially invite you to attend part two of "HIV Routine Screening at Emergency Departments" on Wednesday, January 26th, 2022, at noon via zoom. This session will focus on The opt-out approach in HIV routine screening: Texas legislation and Patient Satisfaction. 1 Credit has been approved for physicians, pharmacists, nurses, and social workers. Registration and sign-in are required for all participants. Please click the registration link below to register, and if any issues arise, please let me know, and I will manually input you. 

 

We are looking forward to spending the lunch hour with you all! 

 

Registration: https://echo.unm.edu/scaetc/event/?ER_ID=4050

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Contact:     Email: Monica Hall     For: Internal Medicine-Infectious Disease     Phone: 4097720579
 
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UTMB Health Earth Day - Recycle in Style Fashion Show
First Published 1/25/2022

UTMB Health Earth Day Celebration

Calling All Creative Faculty, Staff, Students, and Volunteers

Join us on Friday, April 15th, 2022 for the Recycle in Style Fashion Show during UTMB's Earth Day event!

Start stockpiling recycled supplies today to create your very own red carpet ensemble! Design one or more outfits made from materials that would otherwise be thrown away (examples include; packing materials, food packaging, etc...) Or be a model to wear a recycled outfit at the Earth Day Celebration to be held in the Library Plaza. If designers do not have a model, one can be provided.

This year’s theme is “Be a Force of Nature”. For additional information, please contact Tilly Clark.

Contact:     Email: Tilly Clark     For: UTMB Office of the President - Special Use Facilities     Phone: 4097476753
 
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