Check out this fantastic new list of ultrasound learning resources put together by Sarah Nutman, and Ben Lang.
The password is the same as the one used for the Zoom meeting. If you don’t already have it, use one of the options below to view the meeting info.
Check out the list of residents, faculty and other members of our residency community honored at the End-of-Year Banquet on June 19, 2020.
Friday, June 19 on Zoom
Friday, June 19 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m
We invite you to join us in celebrating our 2020 graduating class. As those who have attended in the past will know, the resident graduation is always one of the most enjoyable events of the year at Seattle Children’s. Each graduate is recognized individually by a speaker of their choosing. It is a wonderful opportunity to share and celebrate their unique contributions and accomplishments during their time with us. Laughter and tears can be expected in equal measure.
Friday, June 19 5:30 to 7:00 p.m.
Despite the ups and downs that this year has held, there is still so much to celebrate. All are invited to our End-of-Year Banquet to honor the accomplishments of this academic year and CHEERS to whatever next year brings. Fancy dress and background decorations are highly encouraged. We will be giving out teaching awards and viewing R1/R3 video revelry…with surprise or two thrown in for good measure.
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A folder has been created on our SharePoint site to post documents for electives and other rotations. Anyone* at Seattle Children’s can add, delete or edit items in the folder. You are welcome to share this with elective directors and other faculty who want to share documents with residents. You may also add documents on your own to make them available to your co-residents.
*If access to the site is denied, put in a ServiceNow ticket requesting access to Office 365. If a UW faculty member or resident/fellow without a Seattle Children’s email needs access, please send their name and UW email address to Scott Olson.
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