DAOM Fellow Newsletter
Medical Presentations
Fall Quarter 2018
November 2018
Updates 10/28/18
 

FALL 2018 MEDICAL PRESENTATIONS.  The topic of the Quarter is CARDIOLOGY.  Please prepare your presentations accordingly.  If you have any questions, please email your faculty, Dr. Thornton (drwthornton@hotmail.com) and Dr. MoraMarco (jacques@emperors.edu).

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The DAOM Program Office
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General Announcements

Medical Presentations

The theme for the FALL QUARTER 2018 is CARDIOLOGY .  Please begin to research your and develop your presentations.  Details can be found on the syllabus page found here:  https://daom.emperors.edu/daom-course-syllabi/ 

Preferably use Google Slides to make your presentations.  We discourage using Microsoft PowerPoint, but if you do please UPLOAD your Medical Presentations and convert to Google Slides format.  

Make sure that the version that you revise is in your Medical Presentation folders (i.e. John Smith (MP)).  Instructions can be found here (https://daom.emperors.edu/medical-presentation/how-to-upload-medical-presentations/). 

If you have any questions please email the faculty, Dr. Thornton (drwthornton@hotmail.com) and Dr. MoraMarco (jacques@emperors.edu).

Medical Presentation can be found here ( download here)
DAOM Medical Presentation:  Case Report Template ( download here)
DAOM Medical Presentation:  Literature Review Template ( download here)
DAOM Medical Presentation Evaluation ( download here)
Authorization to Release Information ( download here)

Standing Announcements

Medical Presentation Evaluations

Medical Presentation Evaluations PDF can now be found in your Medical Presentation folder "John Smith (MP)" in a folder marked "Medical Presentation Evals."

Please open the PDF for last month, the forms are marked either PASS OR REPEAT. 
 
Specific feedback for you can be found in the attached PDF provided.  Below is general feedback given to ALL presenters:
 
  • The faculty want to stress the importance of citing authors papers in your presentations.  If you summarized a study, a citation in slide is required.  If you're using a quote word for word, to include quotation marks and citation.
  •  Also, they would like to say that if the content of your presentations is good, your improvement can be made in how you present your materials.  It's a good idea to prepare for your presentation in advance by practicing at home and timing yourself.  Focus on not reading from your slides by being familiar with the content in advance.  
 
Presenters that are marked "REPEAT" will present again at the March 2018 meeting incorporating commentary notes including, but not limited to, your answers to questions/comments from the advisory panel and peer cohort members, additional sources of reference supporting the answers and modifications of treatment strategies if there are any.
 
Presenters that are marked "PASS" based on the Medical Presentation Evaluation Rubric during may for the March 2018 meeting:
  • Present a new presentation following the topic of the quarter.
  • Repeat Presentation 1 for practice.
  • Opt out of Presentation 2
As a reminder if you have specific questions about your presentation or want specific feedback, you are instructed to email your faculty members directly (Dr. Thornton, drwthornton@hotmail.com, Dr. MoraMarco, Jacques@emperors.edu).  Thank you.

Updated Databases

As of last month, we now have access to MedLine with Full Text and eBook Clinical Collection through our EBSCO online database subscription. 
 
MedLine with Full Text provides an index of the articles listed on PubMed and offers the full text of more than 1,470 journals. This promises to expedite your research process as more material will be available immediately and with unlimited use for Emperor's students and faculty. 
 
The eBook Clinical Collectionconsists of over 3,500 titles on medical specialties, nursing, allied health, and general practice. Newer eBooks replace older titles to ensure access to the most up-to-date information. Access to eBooks is also unlimited, meaning that there is no cut-off to the number of students who may access the material at any given time. 
 
The EBSCO interface allows for robust search features to sort through the abundance of resources and find more precisely what you need. Additionally, My EBSCOhost allows researchers to save articles and searches for later reference. These features may prove particularly helpful for those who are working on larger projects, such as the DAOM capstone or articles for publication.
 
I encourage you to take a look around and explore all the new resources, using the following information. 
 
ID: emperors8
PW: library
 
(Please be aware that this resource is only available to Emperor's students, staff, and faculty. Sharing access with those outside of Emperor's is a breach of contract and could result in the loss of access to all members of the Emperor's community.)
 
I will be offering a training session for doctoral students on the use of these databases very soon. Be on the lookout for an email from your associate dean for more information.
 
If you have any questions, please email the librarian, Krystin Mast ( kmast@emperors.edu).



Barcode Clock-in/Clock-out

As a reminder please make sure that you bring your student IDs with you on campus.  




For more information please visit this page:   https://daom.emperors.edu/miscellany/clock-in-and-out/
 

RESOURCES AND IMPORTANT LINKS

Access the Database

To access and explore all the new resources, please use the following information. 
 
ID: emperors8
PW: library
 
(Please be aware that this resource is only available to Emperor's students, staff, and faculty. Sharing access with those outside of Emperor's is a breach of contract and could result in the loss of access to all members of the Emperor's community.)

DAOM Syllabus

Please visit https://daom.emperors.edu/daom-course-syllabi/ DAOM Didactic and Clinic syllabi.


Article Request


Google Learning Center

The DAOM uses Google Suite for many aspects of the program.  For more information on how to get started with the Google Suite of Software, here is the Google Learning Center link:   https://gsuite.google.com/learning-center/#!/ 

This is useful page for getting to know how to use the following products:


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