Through the Lift Every Voice program grant, the WCUI Smith Library is hosting the first of two live webinars meant to provide a voice and discover what African American poetry can tell us about American history and stimulate a discussion about family and community service. In part one, spoken artist, Michael D. McCarty will guide a 1.5-hour reading and discussion “Ode to Herb Kent” (2015) written by poet and R&B singer Jamila Woods. The poem reflects on Herb Kent, “the longest-running DJ in the history of radio” and is set in Chicago where our webinar speaker, Mr. McCarty, was born and raised. Register today join! on Wednesday, October 21, 2020, from 1:30 – 3:00 pm PST on Zoom.
The month of September and September 10th mark World Suicide Prevention month, but mental health isn’t just a topic that needs attention one month or one day of the year, it’s a 365 days a year issue; so let’s talk about it! Find tips and resources if you are in need, want to help someone in need, or are looking to advocate for suicide prevention.
This year, the CDC is recommending everyone receive the flu vaccine to help protect yourself and the people around you from the flu. Call your healthcare provider or connect with your local pharmacy today to learn more about the flu shot and schedule an appointment before the flu season is upon us!
The WCUI Alumni team is hosting the first of many more Alumni Workshops designed to help you succeed in your career. On Monday, September 28th at 6:30 pm PST attendees of the free virtual event will learn to brand the most important product online, THEMSELVES!
Dr. Neville C. W. Smith was a Board Certified Radiologist and Co-Founder of WCUI. His contributions and dedication to the healthcare field, have shaped and guided WCUI into the school and community we are today. Although today we mourn the loss of such an influential figure 11 years ago today, we also remember the amazing work he put into his community, education, and our students, staff, and faculty. lthough we no longer have the pleasure of having a personal relationship with him, we continue to admire the footprints he left behind as his legacy is carried on through the students and staff that knew and loved him and all of those who have followed.
Join us on Thursday, September 24th, 2020 at 5:30 pm PST on Zoom as WCUI Externship Director, Jason Grabham RDCS, FASE, and owner of Sounds Sports Imaging and WCUI CME Director, Malka Stromer, MEd, BSc, RDMS, CRGS will lead a virtual seminar on becoming a more effective preceptor, Attendees gain 2 SDMS CME credits.
In the Student Externship Preceptor Virtual Seminar, we will train attendees in the skills needed to be an effective preceptor through communication, conflict resolution, and building solid relationships with students and the school.
America’s’ most influential document, the Constitution, was signed on September 17th, 1787 by our Founding Fathers. To celebrate the day, we’ve put together important facts and activities to help you understand how the document relates to our world today including, why the Constitution is important, knowing your rights, the Liberty Medal Tribute to Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and interactive online games!
Gain 2.5 SDMS CME credits on your own time through WCUI’s Anatomical Survey – A Case Study Analysis of Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome CME Course. Sign up today to keep your education in sonography and OB/GYN growing!
WCUI Ontario is currently enrolling for our 9-month Pediatric Cardiac Ultrasound and Congenital Heart Disease diploma program starting Fall 2020 (Oct 3rd)! Graduates of the program will be eligible to take the Pediatric Echocardiography registry exam (ARDMS) and have the skills to perform ultrasound on newborns and children.
Interested in learning more about our program? Meet virtually with WCUI’s own Assistant PEDECHO Program Director, Karen Ambrowitz, MPH, RDMS, RDCS (AE, PE, FE) and previous PEDECHO grad, WCUI’s own Program Director of Cardiovascular Sonography, Gehan (Gigi) Youssef, MBBCh, RDCS, RCCS on Saturday, August, 15th at 11:00 am.