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EMIX Meet & Greet hosted by Emergency Medicine I... on 9/10/12

We love EM! Meet us on the LK Lawn for drinks and chips!

Ace ECGs on Clerkship. hosted by Emergency Medicine I... on 5/30/12

Ace your ECGs on the wards!

Come to our clerkship-oriented ECG session, co-presented with IMIG. Augment the systematic reading approach with pattern recognition; learn how to present with style, what to include and what to leave out for both EM and IM.

Dinner and mingling + 45 minute lecture by Cardiology Attending and recent EP Fellow Dr. Marco Perez + 45 minute group-practice led by EM and IM residents.

Invite with RSVP will be sent out early May.

CV/Pulmonary/sympathomimetic Dinnertime Lecture hosted by Anesthesia Interest ... on 5/03/12

Lecture by Dr. Rosenthal reviewing CV/Pulmonary physiology and Sympathomimetic drug activity before the Q3 final exam.

Pain Management Lecture hosted by Anesthesia Interest ... on 3/01/12

Dr. Sean Mackey (Chief of the Pain Management Division) will give a talk on what is involved in pain management from an anesthesiologists point of view, and describe the details of this sub-specialty.

Adolescent Case Review hosted by Obstetrics and Gynec... on 2/22/12

Review of cases in adolescent gynecology with Dr. Paula Hilliard.

Anesthesia Interest Group Airway Workshop hosted by Anesthesia Interest ... on 2/16/12

Faculty-led instruction and hands-on practicum (using dummies) about airway management and intubation. Dinner provided.

Simulation day with anesthesia residents hosted by Anesthesia Interest ... on 2/02/12

Simulate a typical day as an anesthesia resident - preoperative assessment of a simulated patient, developing an anesthetic plan, setting up the OR, inducing anesthesia, intubating, and maintaining anesthesia, followed by a debrief after each step.

Mentorship Program hosted by Anesthesia Interest ... on 1/15/12

Preclinical and clinical students interested in Anesthesia get paired with Anesthesia residents, physicians, or faculty mentor. AIG provides a total of $20 in funding for coffee or lunch to each pair. This year we want to do this earlier, to give the first years more of a chance to get to know their mentors.

Anesthesia Department Holiday Party hosted by Anesthesia Interest ... on 12/05/11

Join the Stanford Anesthesia Department for their annual Holiday Party! Before everyone leaves for break, they are invited to join the residents and physicians for the department's get-together.

MSFC National Conference in chicago hosted by Medical Students for... on 12/04/11

Removing Private Barriers, Opening Professional Pathways

Simulation day with anesthesia residents hosted by Anesthesia Interest ... on 11/17/11

Simulate a typical day as an anesthesia resident - preoperative assessment of a simulated patient, developing an anesthetic plan, setting up the OR, inducing anesthesia, intubating, and maintaining anesthesia, followed by a debrief after each step.

Closed OR and Dinner hosted by Anesthesia Interest ... on 11/03/11

Tour of the OR and the anesthesiologist's equipment, given by Anesthesia Faculty.

Movie night - 4 months, 3 days, 2 weeks hosted by Medical Students for... on 10/27/11

Med Students for Choice is hosting a movie night in which we'll watch "12th and Delaware", a documentary about the abortion rights battle that takes place in Florida at the intersection of an abortion clinic and a pro-life pregnancy clinic.

Debunking myths on contraception hosted by Medical Students for... on 10/12/11

Oral contraceptives cause weight gain. The IUD is dangerous because it might get stuck or get loose. I have to get a monthly period in order to be healthy. Dr. Nicosia, a physician specializing in family planning, will give a speech about current contraception options, and shed light on some common misconceptions regarding contraception. Patient scenarios will also be presented so students can gain gain experience in contraception counseling.

Debunking myths on contraception hosted by Medical Students for... on 10/12/11

Oral contraceptives cause weight gain. The IUD is dangerous because it might get stuck or get loose. I have to get a monthly period in order to be healthy. Dr. Nicosia, a physician specializing in family planning, will give a speech about current contraception options, and shed light on some common misconceptions regarding contraception. Patient scenarios will also be presented so students can gain gain experience in contraception counseling.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact SMSA through our website (http://smsa.stanford.edu).