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September 2, 2011 View Archives

Green Idea

Each degree you turn down the heat saves 3 percent of heating costs, while each degree you raise the temperature of your air conditioner saves 3-4% of cooling costs.

 

Questions, concerns, ideas? E-mail Allison.

Exercise Video on YouTube

In response to the Men's Health article ranking Lexington as the most sedentary city, CHS worked with the Office of Research Communications to put together a video about exercise research conducted here at UK. Many CHS researchers are featured in the video. It is being publicized through UKnow and by UK Public Relations. To view the video, click here: YouTube Video.

If you are interested in making a video for your area of research, contact Cynthia Byars.

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Rehabilitation Science Faculty Meeting Scheduled

The next Department of Rehabilitation Sciences Faculty and Staff Meeting is scheduled for Friday, September 9, 2011 at 12:00 p.m. in room CTW 405. Lunch will be provided.

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Long Distance Codes

Don’t forget, beginning September 1st your long distance code will be your 8-digit employee ID number (listed at the top of the employee pay statement).   If you have any questions please contact Denise at denise.mccarthy@uky.edu or 218-0484.

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Music for Mission Concert

Shoulder to Shoulder Global invites you to attend a Music for Mission Concert to benefit healthier lives and clean water in Ecuador.

One hundred percent of the offerings received will go directly to serving the poor community served by Shoulder to Shoulder Global in Ecuador.

Did you know that $100 provides health care to 50 children and $100 provides 3 families with clean water for 3 years?

Who: Felix Hell, International Concert Organist

Date: Friday, September 16th, 2011

Time: 8:15 p.m.

Where: First Presbyterian Church, 174 North Mill Street, Lexington, Kentucky 40508

*Free parking for concert on Mill Street across from the church.

Music for Mission is an outreach of the Worship and Arts and Mission Commissions of First Presbyterian Church. Music for Mission is a unique series that offers concerts given by outstanding musical artists free of charge to the community while raising money and awareness for local and regional mission organizations. Free tickets are available at the Downtown Arts Center Box Office (141 E. Main St., 859-225-0370) OR at First Presbyterian Church (171 Market St., 859-252-1919). Ticket holders enjoy pre-seating for the event. Those not holding tickets are seated 15 minutes prior to the beginning of the concert. If you are unable to attend and desire to make a donation please make a check out to Shoulder to Shoulder Global and mail it to First Presbyterian Church, 171 Market St., Lexington, Kentucky, 40508. All donations are fully tax deductible. Thank you for giving generously.

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Brooke Smith Joins CHS

Brooke Smith has joined the College of Health Sciences as the PR/Marketing Coordinator. Her office is located near the business office (in Dresden's old area). Please see Brooke for all your public relations and marketing needs. Her e-mail and other contact information is currently being set up. Please stop by and introduce yourself. Allison is transitioning out of the development position and will be available September 6, 8, 9, 12, 14 and 16.

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Upcoming Employee/Student Appreciation Day

Let’s celebrate a great year!

We have seen significant improvement in patient safety indicators, grew surgical and new patient visit volumes, and we have grown outreach programs. We have everything to look forward to as Fiscal Year 2012 advances. We know the Commonwealth desperately needs the skills and capabilities we provide, and now it’s time for everyone who contributes to the success of UK HealthCare and our academic medical center to be celebrated at our annual Employee/Student Appreciation Day.

This event is for employees of UK HealthCare as well as employees and students from the six health profession colleges. The event will be celebrated Sept. 14 (night shift employees) and Sept. 15 (day shifts). Encourage every member of your team to take the time to be honored. Encourage all to attend the celebration, if only for a brief amount of time.

Richard P. Lofgren, MD, VP for Healthcare Operations & Chief Clinical Officer, UK HealthCare

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College Meetings Dates

The 2011-2012 College Meetings for faculty and staff are scheduled for 12:00 – 1:30 as follows:

 

September 23 – CTW 216

October 14 – CTW 216

November 11 – CTW 216

December 16 – CTW 216

 

January 13 (part of the Spring Kick-Off)

February 17 – location TBD

March 16 – location TBD

April 20 – location TBD

May 18 – location TBD

 

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CHS Blood Drive Planned

The annual CHS Blood Drive will be held on September 20th from 8 to 1:30 in the Commons. Please make plans to give if you are able!

Those who wish to schedule an appointment online may do so at: https://www.membersforlife.org/ckbc/mobilesch/login.php

Sponsor Code 034-A10

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Grand Rounds

The Boards of Directors for the Center for Excellence in Medical Education is pleased and excited to announce Medical Education Grand Rounds for the month of September.

Please click here for further details.

>>Georges Bordage, MD, PhD, Professor, Department of Medical Education, College of Medicine, University of Illinois at Chicago

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Calendar of Events

September 5 Labor Day

September 7 AT MSL Journal Club Meeting

September 7 CS Division Directors Meeting

September 7 DRS Division Directors Meeting

September 9 KPTA Alumni Reception and McDougall scholarship awarding
6 p.m.-8:30 p.m.
Whitaker Bank Ballpark

September 16 CHS Scholarship Scramble
Noon
University Club of Kentucky

 

Note: More dates can be found on the CHS Sharepoint Calendar

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