The Scope Weekly News Letter
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TTUHSC El Paso employees can enroll in professional development and online training classes by visiting the Workforce Education and Development page on the Human Resources website.
The TTUHSC El Paso Difference
Fox touched on core values from a leadership perspective, offering insights from his military career and from his service in state government and the community.
The Department of Psychiatry offers free and confidential counseling to TTUHSC El Paso students, employees and employee family members living in the same household.
Download and use the new email signature graphics for TTUHSC El Paso and TTP El Paso.
Chief of Infectious Diseases Dr. Armando Meza answers your questions.
A variety of resources are available for health care workers leading the fight against COVID-19.
TTUHSC El Paso, TTP El Paso and local organizations ask for your help to reduce the risk of COVID-19 in our community.
Visit the Student and Employees section of our microsite.
This week's topics include obesity management for primary treatment of Type 2 diabetes, COVID-19 containment in overnight camps for kids, medication mishaps and ED visits, and risk factors for cardiovascular disease over the last 20 years in the U.S.
Events, conferences, and continuing medical education activities open to the public.
The Department of Surgery seeks candidates for two critical care fellowships, available to start August 2022.
Complimentary combo meal with employee I.D.
The Southwest Center for Pediatric Environmental Health presents a Webex educational event for community health workers.
"Pediatric Gallbladder Diseases," presented by Sarah K. Walker, M.D.
The symposium will give surgeons, oncologists, radiation oncologists, behavioral health specialists and all allied health professionals a forum to discuss treatment options and breast cancer care.
"Hazardous Material by Rail," presented by Gregory Whitcher, M.D.
Presented by the Foster School of Medicine Office of Admissions.
"Striving Toward Deprescribing: Minimizing Medications in At-Risk Populations," presented by Christopher G. Medlin, Pharm.D.
"Take the 'Stress' Out of Stress Fractures: Imaging Update of Typical and Atypical Stress Fractures," presented by Liem T. Mansfield, M.D.
"ABCs of ABGs: Interpretation of Cord Blood Gases," presented by John Christopher Glantz, M.D.
The summit features lectures from regional cardiovascular experts.
Download the conference brochure.
Look for the conference brochure, coming soon.
Get back to healthy living! Choose a health education topic and demo, and schedule your session with Pasos Para Prevenir Cancer.
The DAISY Foundation focuses on the nursing profession through recognition programs for nurses, faculty and students.
Presented by the Southwest Center for Pediatric Environmental Health and TTUHSC El Paso.
The Department of Molecular and Translational Medicine seeks to understand the impact and behavior related to COVID-19 among our border population. The first 460 individuals to complete the survey will receive a $10 Visa gift card. (One-card limit per individual).
Call the mental health hotline or visit the Virtual Relaxation Room.
Hosted by Rio Vista Behavioral Health from 6 to 7 p.m. every Wednesday.
This online activity, directed by Jennifer Salinas, Ph.D., M.S.W., addresses patient experience, barriers to care, physician bias, consequences of bias and other related topics.
Office of Faculty Development Offerings
Programs designed to advance faculty leadership and teaching expertise.
Leadership Development Academy II (LDA II)
Get details on the academy's courses and teleconferences.
"Leadership Among Peers, Part II," presented by A. Peter Catinella, M.D., Edward Michelson, M.D., and Sireesha Reddy, M.D.
"Discovering Your Personal Leadership Strengths and Weaknesses," presented by Armando Meza, M.D.
Institutional Faculty Development Program (IFDP) XX
Get details on the program's courses and teleconferences.
"Techniques for Active Learning, e.g., Flipped Classroom and TBL," presented by Michele C. Williams, Ed.D., Dale Quest, Ph.D., and Marcos E. Ortega, Ph.D.
"Bedside Teaching Pearls," presented by Maureen Francis, M.D.
Culture and Diversity
Find out what lectures, panel discussions, and presentations are coming up from the Office of Diversity, Inclusion, and Global Health.
Stocked with staple items, the pantry is available for free to all students in need.
Would you like to learn conversational Spanish to improve the quality of patient care? Click for more information on learning Spanish in a group setting.
The Office of Diversity, Inclusion, and Global Health is looking for fluent Spanish speakers to serve as facilitators in the Spanish Lab.
Read articles by TTUHSC El Paso researchers recently published in PubMed.
Primary bilateral ovarian artery embolization for uterine leiomyomatosis in the setting of a rare anatomic variant - hypoplastic uterine arteries
Stay up-to-date with campus announcements, informational sessions, and trainings.
These faculty have made an impact in their disciplines, excelling as professors while educating the next generation of the region’s health care professionals.
Extra noise may be experienced intermittently on the third floor of the MEB or in the library below the Training and Education Center for Healthcare Simulation for the next few months.
Welcome to the TTUHSC El Paso family!
Faculty and staff due to complete the required training will be notified by Human Resources.
Need a photo for the academic website? Reserve your spot today.
Need a photo for the academic website? Reserve your spot today.
AskFSELP@ttuhsc.edu will serve as the primary line of communication between WebTMA users and Facilities and Services.
The new shuttle tracking application offers up-to-the-minute estimated time of arrivals and alerts when a shuttle is approaching a shuttle stop.
Learn about the proper use of university logos, stationery, PowerPoint templates and other branding assets. Virtual trainings are once a month on Wednesdays at 10:30 a.m.
Apartment community welcomes TTUHSC El Paso faculty, staff, students and residents.
Hoodies, polo shirts and caps are available from Proper Print Shop's online store.
The Foster School of Medicine welcomes faculty and students from all TTUHSC El Paso schools to use the LEMM for collaborative research projects.
As campus-wide moves take place, the Department of Safety Services would like to remind personnel about electrical/fire safety issues.
The IT Department would like to remind all faculty, staff and students about the proper process for responding to an IT security incident.
Reminders for students, faculty and staff.
The El Paso County Coliseum P13 lot serves as the overflow parking lot for ALL campus parking areas.
Some things to consider before clicking suspicious links.
Click to view TTUHSC El Paso holidays.