Family Medicine clinical education manager, Liliana Bronner, MHSA, MBA, was recently named to the board of directors of the Nebraska Children and Families Foundation.
Lili is an instructor for the Department of Family Medicine and has served as a faculty member since 2013.
The Nebraska Children and Families Foundation’s mission is to “create positive change for Nebraska’s children through community engagement.”
Lili’s appointment was also featured in the Omaha World-Herald.
The UNMC Family Medicine Interest Group is holding their annual Family Medicine Residency Fair on Wednesday, February 24th. It is a great opportunity for medical students to learn about residencies programs in the surrounding area.
A raffle and door prizes are included in the day where representatives from seven different programs will be available to talk about their respective residencies.
What: Family Medicine Residency Fair
When: Wednesday, February 24 from 11:30 am to 3:00 pm
Where: Linder Reading Room, MSC 2nd floor
Physicians Bulletin, a bimonthly publication of the Metro Omaha Medical Society, celebrated 150 years by looking back on the history of MOMS and medicine in the metro.
Family Medicine Clinical Professor, Audrey Paulman, MD, MMM, contributed to the January/February 2016 issue with “A History of Omaha’s “Unrivalled Facilities”‘. Along with John Schleicher, MA, Associate Professor & Head of Special Collection at the McGoogan Library of Medicine, Dr. Paulman explores the hospitals of Omaha’s past including the Omaha Maternity Hospital and the Radium Hospital.
The article features several photos of the historic hospitals, and as the story states, “Omaha has been home to a number of hospitals over the decades, some of which lasted while others did not.”
Past issues of the Physicians Bulletin can be found on the Metro Omaha Medical Society website.
Megan Willet, MD, joined the Department of Family Medicine as an Assistant Professor in early January. Dr. Willet graduated from UNMC in 2008 and completed the Family Medicine Residency program in 2011.
Her primary role will be clinical care at Nebraska Medicine Eagle Run Clinic. Dr. Willet’s professional interests include preventative medicine, women’s health, and dermatology.
When asked about her philosophy of care, Dr. Willet says she enjoys family medicine “because of the relationships that I can develop with patients, which allow me to focus on prevention and promotion of wellness. My hope is to not only treat disease but to care for people in a meaningful way.”
Welcome, Dr. Willet!
Dr. Hay (pictured far right) with fellow authors of "The Interprofessional Preceptor"
The 2016 Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Student Education Meeting featured several opportunities to learn new skills and gain new ideas while attending several education sessions and workshops.
Family Medicine Clinical Associate Professor, William Hay, M.D., presented at the conference in Phoenix, Arizona on Saturday, January 30. Dr. Hay, along with four other authors, held a seminar titled “The Interprofessional Preceptor“.
The session had a valuable takeaway for participants. Those attending learned to facilitate interprofessional small groups of learners, precept interprofessional teams of learners and convene an Interprofessional Preceptor faculty development workshop at their home institution utilizing the new resources upon their return home to advance and champion the work.