All conferences are in Hasbro 151 unless otherwise noted
Monday April 28
8am: Senior Report in Hasbro 151 - Discussion of interesting cases from the previous week with the senior residents from the wards and urgent care, all are welcome
Intern Report in the Resident Library - Discussion led by Kristina Nazareth, PGY3 Teaching Resident
12pm: Psychosomatic Disorders - Dr. Lisa Hutchison
Tuesday April 29
8am: Journal Club Presentation by Kristina Nazareth, PGY3 Teaching Resident - article attached
12pm: Newborn Screening and Hypoglycemia Disorders - Dr. Chanika Phornphutkul
Wednesday April 30
8am: Discussion of the History of Medicine with Lauren Hale, PGY3 Resident
12pm: Menstrual Disorders - Dr. Catherine Gordon
Thursday May 1
8am: Clinical Case Discussion with Stephanie Tecun, Pediatric Chief Resident
12pm: Primary Care Micropractice Meetings in specified small group locations
Friday May 2
8:30am: GRAND ROUNDS – TBD
12pm: Residency Improvement Committee Meeting in the Collis Conference Room
1) As follow-up from Dr. Koster's noon conference on Tuesday, we have attached an article on Norovirus as the now leading cause of viral infectious diarrhea in children.
2) From Dr. Padbury:
A new Insights and Images Quiz is available on the homepage of www.jpeds.com. The next Insights and Images quiz will be posted on May 6. Inactive quizzes will be archived under the Collections tab on http://www.jpeds.com/content/pollresultspage.
You also can sign-up to receive free Table of Contents and Article in Press e-mail alerts from The Journal of Pediatrics by logging in or registering at http://www.jpeds.com/user/alerts/savetocalert.
Local Weekend Events:
Eat Drink RI Festival, Providence
Various venues. Presenting farmers, chefs, bartenders and food and drink artisans from across the state, the Festival offers entertaining panels, educational sessions, special dining and cocktail opportunities and culminates in the Grand Tasting featuring local chef demonstrations and beverage tastings. eatdrinkri.com.
16th Annual Pawcatuck River Duck Race, Westerly
11:00am–3:00pm. Corner of Main and Broad Streets. A two-state river race that benefits dozens of area schools and non-profit organizations, featuring 20,000 rubber ducks racing down the river to the finish line. Sponsor your own for a chance to win a number of great prizes. Duck games, face painting, food, and more! Free Admission. (401) 596-7761; www.westerlychamber.org.
Earth Day in the City, Providence
Begins at 9:00am. Swan Point Cemetery, 585 Blackstone Boulevard. Meet at the entrance to wander in the wonder of spring blossoms and birds with an Audubon Society of Rhode Island guide. Celebrate Earth Day and welcome the arrival of spring! Members, $8; non-member, $12; pre-registration required. (401) 949-5454; email@example.com; www.asri.org.
At Hope Artiste Village in Pawtucket from 12-4pm. Twice yearly carefully curated festive day of arts, crafts, food and fun!
Spring Free Day, Bristol
10:00am–5:00pm. Herreshoff Marine Museum/America's Cup Hall of Fame, 1 Burnside Street. Free admission to the Museum. Enjoy a day of fun activities for the whole family including: guided tours, model room tours, family activities, sailboat art, new museum exhibits, store sales, book sales, and more! (401) 253-5000; firstname.lastname@example.org; www.herreshoff.org.
Restaurant of the Week:
716 Dexter St
Central Falls, RI 02863
Budare Grille was built on the idea that fresh is always better. We are a Venezuelan Restaurant offering traditional dishes, family recipes and homemade sauces. We use the freshest of ingredients, handpicked to ensure the best quality.
We at Budare Grille are not a fast food restaurant. We offer a completely customizable menu, great for the pickiest of eaters and also vegetarian friendly. Budare Grille invites you to come taste the difference!
For those of you who like Yelp: http://www.yelp.com/biz/budare-grille-central-falls