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Weekly Updates
January 26, 2015


Colleagues -

Read on for the latest news and events, and keep up to date on all things DoM via Twitter, Facebook, and our website.

Latest News
The deadline for the 2015 Stanford-Coulter Translational Research Grant program is today, Jan. 26. Read story
A recap of the Stanford Internal Medicine Residency program’s Google+ Hangout. Read story

Grand Rounds
Jan. 28: Realizing the Promise: Effective Assessment and Competency-based Medical Education. View event
Feb. 4: The Connected Medical Home: Tools for 21st Century Primary Care. View event
Feb. 11: Challenges in Clinical Trials; Some Old and Some New. View event

Department Events
GI Research Conference: Inflammatory Bowel Disease beyond Crohn’s Disease and Ulcerative Colitis. View event
Cancer Education Seminar: ASH 2014 Clinical Lymphoma Highlights. View event
Hematology/BMT Tuesday Seminars: Clinical Cases. View event
BMT Hematology Didactic Seminar. View event
Digestive Disease Conference: GERD and Nerd. View event
Research in Progress: Changing Choice Architecture to Improve End-of-Life Care. View event
The Bay Area Primary Care Leadership and Innovation Summit. View event

Announcements
Stanford School of Medicine, Primary Care Progress, and UCSF Primary Care Leadership Academy will be sponsoring the Bay Area Primary Care Leadership and Innovation Summit on Saturday, Jan. 31. Register for the event here.
StartX is now accepting applications for their Spring 2015 StartX Med Program. The application deadline is Sunday, Feb. 1. View more
Stanford Health Care is establishing publicly available online profiles for Ambulatory Care and Cancer Center physicians. These profiles will include Press Ganey comments and physician ratings, and will go live in early Feb. 2015. More information can be found here.
Care about health in communities? Apply to the Stanford Health 4 All Fellows Program, a nine-month, fee-based program focused on community health and preventive medicine. Information sessions will be held on Monday, Feb. 9 and Wednesday, March 11.View more

In the News
"Stanford researchers deliver double punch to blood cancer" - Scope blog covers a study led by Ravindra Majeti and Steven Chan.
"Gov. Brown makes history, end-of-life choices, personal health at our fingertips" – Stephanie Harman discussed the future of end-of-life choices with KQED TV.
"Top Doctors 2015" - Peter Pompei made San Francisco Magazine’s list of Bay Area Top Doctors in Geriatrics.
"Cancer screening not all it’s cracked up to be" - CBC News features a recent paper by John Ioannidis.
"Healthcare in Haiti: At risk of regressing" - Scope blog highlights a recent study by third-year medical student Maxwell Kligerman, who published his findings in collaboration with Michele Barry and Eran Bendavid.
"What’s it like to be an internal medicine resident at Stanford?" - Scope blog recaps a recent Google+ Hangout sponsored by the Internal Medicine Residency program.

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