Come out and stuff yourself with delicious tacos with us! We will be meeting at PC Loop at 7pm on Thursday to head to Oscar’s 🙂
Please fill out this Google Form with your information, with your car if you’re available to drive, and placing yourself in a car if you can’t! Please leave a comment if there isn’t space for you in a car.
Can’t wait to see you all there – this is also a clinic point event!
746 Emerald St, San Diego, California 92109
It’s not too late to get involved! Come out to our last GBM of the quarter to earn a clinic point, learn about summer clinic trips, and hear from our guest speaker.
Elizabeth Evangelista, from the Princeton Review, will be going over how to tackle the GRE for anyone interested in Masters or PhD programs!
We will also be passing out your Krispy Kreme donuts at GBM #3! You can pick it up starting at 6:30pm (Monday of Week 8). If you cannot make it at 6:30pm, we will also be on campus from 3-4pm on the 22nd if you want your donuts ASAP 🙂 Just message Taylor @ 760-669-4998.
1. Upcoming events + Summer Clinic Trips
2. GRE Truths & Misconceptions
3. Quick Facts
4. Testing Tips & Strategies
5. How The Princeton Review Can Help
6. Flying Sams T-Shirt / Scrubs pick-ups
We hope to see you there!
Coordinators: Nick Sun
Patients seen: 23
Everyone met at Stein parking lot at 5:30am. I had an early car leave at 5:30 to set up the clinic. We gave a brief meeting and introduced everyone to each other. Every provider and every volunteer showed up. We left Stein around 6am and headed towards the clinic. We arrived at the clinic and started the clinic flow. Around a total of 23 patients signed up and we saw all of them. Clinic ran very smoothly and EMR was also running efficiently. In Mexico, it was the day of the kids and we provided some candy, a piñata, and cake. We finished at 2pm and got something to eat and then headed home. We arrived back at Stein parking lot around 7:30pm. Overall, it was a successful and smooth clinic.
Hey Flying Sams!
Our first GBM of spring quarter has arrived! In addition to some important updates and announcements we have for you guys, we will also be having Dr. Adrian Sanchez from the Princeton Review provide some advice and insight on volunteering and extracurricular activities in relation to a future career in the health care field.
We encourage you guys to ask yourselves what your purpose is behind the volunteer work and extracurricular activities you partake in. Do you enjoy them? Do you not? How can your experiences outside of the classroom shape you and your career path? In turn, how can you make a difference in the activities you do partake in? These are some questions Dr. Adrian Sanchez may address!
Come ready to ask some questions and participate in a discussion!
Facebook Event (https://www.facebook.com/events/1003626336391945/)
The books that Dr. Vyas recommended related to this topic were:
1) Lean In by Sheryl Sandberg
2) Notorious RBG by Irin Carmon and Shana Knizhnik
Hope you all gained a lot of insight about the field of medicine from this GBM!
We left Stein Clinical around 7: 20 because a driver was late. Pharmacy brought over vitamins, and we weren’t stopped at the border. Walkie talkies and binders were each assigned to a designated officer in the car. Upon arrival, we had 19 patients signed up to be seen. The dental trip was cancelled at the last minute, so the 10 people signed up for 7/25 will be taken into account by Maria Elena when we have our next dental trip. Dr. Raja was in contact with me prior to the trip, because her daughter would be in attendance. She was able to make it at the last minute, but not enough volunteers for the dental side could be found. Dr. Celis arrived along with Rotary. They sent over a volunteer, named David, who is from Tijuana. Since we were short on Spanish speakers, he helped in the histories station.
Dr. Pando arrived later and assisted with some patients. Maria Elena advised that the whiteboard patient tracker might just upset the patients, so we didn’t go forward with that today. We ran out of history forms and need to transcribe them in the US onto forms from the notepads we were writing in. We didn’t have time or enough people for a shift change, since we had a group make a run for medication. We finished histories and vitals stations much earlier than Nurse Catherine could see everyone, so volunteers were asked to help de-pill and organize a new vitals bin.
We left clinic around 3 and went to get tacos together. While waiting in line, a man across the street went into an epileptic seizure and a crowd had gathered. Nurse Catherine and Meghan, an EMT, assisted him until an ambulance came to ensure that he could breathe. It turns out the man lives within blocks of our clinic and many people who know him were by his side, saying that this sometimes happens as he forgets to take his medication.
We got back on the road, and once at Otay Mesa, placed all the passport cardholders in the cars to drive in the Ready Lane while the rest walked across the border. The wait time was very short and all cars arrived back at Stein around 7 pm, all walkie talkies and binders were accounted for. Binder making event to be planned to put together all the supplies Lynhea bought and that I am currently in possession of.
Representatives from UCSD, CSULB, UCLA, USC, UCI, SDSU, CSUF, & last but not least UCR were all here! Thank you for attending! See you next year!
Hi Sams – Here are the slides from Winter GBM #2