*All conferences are in Hasbro 151 unless otherwise noted.
Monday July 28
8am: Intern Report - Dr. Sandra Musial
**In the Resident Library
8am: Senior Report - Discussion of interesting cases from the past week with the wards senior and urgent care residents - All are welcome
12pm: The Crying Infant - Dr. Greg Lockhart
Tuesday July 29
8am: Clinical Case Discussion, Allison Lemkin, PGY 3 Teaching Resident
12pm: Shock/Vasoactive Meds - Dr. Meg Scheffler
Wednesday July 30
8am: Clinical Case Discussion, Allison Heinly, Pediatric Chief Resident
12pm: Fast Teams/Discharge Planning - Dr. Daniel Coghlin
Thursday July 31
8am: Clinical Case Discussion, Jennifer Brondon, Pediatric Chief Resident
12pm: Primary Care Micropractice Meeting in designated locations
Friday Aug 1
8:30am: GRAND ROUNDS - Elephants, Genomes, and Cancer: Lessons Learned in Pediatric Oncology - Joshua Schiffman, MD, Associate Professor of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology, Medical Director, High Risk Pediatric Cancer Clinic, Huntsman Cancer Institute, University of Utah
1. SCID screening using newborn blood spots will begin on August 1st. Please see attached memo from Dr. Jim Padbury.
Local Weekend Events:
Saturday July 26th
Famed funnyman Jerry Seinfeld takes the stage with his hilarious standup routine at Foxwoods on Saturday, July 26 at 8 p.m. Tickets priced at $82.50, $110, $150 are on sale now and may be purchased online at www.foxwoods.com, by calling the Foxwoods’ Box Office at 800-200-2882, Ticketmaster at 800-745-300. Tickets are also available by visiting the box office.
Cyclovia Providence, a car-free event that opens Providence streets to the people so that they can walk, skate, run, bike, exercise, and socialize. This event is free, open to the public 12-4 pm and fun for people of all ages. Cyclovia will include bicycle workshops, Zumba, street vendors and more. This event will include YMCA’s Y on the Move inflatable obstacle course; Recycle-A-Bike bicycle workshops and free helmet fittings; and Zumba from multiple instructors. www.providenceri.
Located on 9-acres of Goddard State Park is the Autos of the World Classic Car show weekend. Here, visitors can shoot the breeze with the owners of some of the rarest cars and trucks in New England. Children can stand inches from a 1934 Duesenberg, or a group of vintage race cars, even a Ferrari. There will also be Fire trucks and lot of other Big Rigs too. Stroll our park and eat lunch in one of our many food and dessert vendors. This is R.I's Largest Classic car event weekend. Two full days of Antique, Exotic, European and one-of-a-kind classics. "A Slice of History" spanning over a one-hundred year history of man's automotive genius! autosoftheworld.us/
Restaurant of the Week:
Nicks on Broadway