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Boomer the therapy dog

Boomer the Therapy Dog a Staple of Mollie Webb Center

Contact: SHayes1@lsuhsc.edu

From helping patients at the School of Allied Health Professions' Mollie E Webb Center to calming students during finals, Boomer has already made quite in the impact in the three years since he showed up at the center injured. Hear from proud owner Dr. Sandra Hayes, Associate Professor of Clinical Communication Disorders, about Boomer in this video.

Content for August 22, 2014
Boomer the Therapy Dog a Staple of Mollie Webb Center
Graduation Held for Allied Health, Graduate Students
Due at 5 PM: Employee Excellence Awards Nominations
Annual Anointing of the Hands Monday
Campus Program Educates Teens Before College
Schedule of Training Classes Available Online
Blood Drive at Allied Health Next Week
Grand Rounds
In the News
Click for Job Postings

Graduation Held for Allied Health, Graduate Students

Contact: dhenry@lsuhsc.edu

Summer Graduation

Cardiopulmonary Science graduate Helen Moore shakes the hand of Chancellor Robert Barish as she receives her diploma.

Congratulations to the 73 Schools of Graduate Studies & Allied Health Professions graduates! Photos from Saturday morning's ceremony at the Shreveport Convention Center can be found on Facebook. A list of graduates is on our website.


Due at 5 PM: Employee Excellence Awards Nominations

Contact: mcobb@lsuhsfoundation.org

Know an LSU Health employee who excels at his or her job? The Health Sciences Foundation is accepting nominations for the employee excellence awards through the end of the day. Up to 10 full-time employees who go above and beyond will be chosen to receive $350 and a plaque at the Employee Service & Excellence Awards dinner, set for September 25. To be eligible, employees should have at least two years of service and not have been an excellence award winner in the past. Click here to submit your nomination of a deserving employee.


Annual Anointing of the Hands Monday

Contact: DBienv1@lsuhsc.edu

Msgr. Earl Provenza and Father Charles Glorioso from Holy Trinity Catholic Church will be on campus Monday, August 18 at noon to anoint the hands of interested medical students, faculty and staff. The event is sponsored by the Catholic Medical Student Association. Lunch and a discussion will also take place in the medical school's 8th floor lecture hall (8-314).


Campus Program Educates Teens Before College

Contact: shvSAVE@lsuhsc.edu

CPSO Seminar

Sexual Assault and Violence Education (SAVE) Program Manager Sue Johnson spoke to students about to enter college.

Sue Johnson, SAVE Program Manager, was a guest speaker at a Caddo Parish Sheriff's Office seminar for college bound students August 6. Sue talked to the students about personal violence issue: sexual assault vs. sexual harassment, dating violence and stalking. The presentation also included the importance of bystander awareness intervention in the prevention of sexual assault, ways to reduce their risk, what to do if they become a victim of personal violence and how to support someone who is assaulted.


Schedule of Training Classes Available Online

Contact: lseach@lsuhsc.edu or 675-6381

Ten training classes will be offered on campus in the 2014-15 academic year through the Comprehensive Public Training Program. The classes are free and open to all classified and unclassified employees. A few class topics include time management, customer service skills, ethical considerations, conflict resolution, diversity and management skills. The first class will be held September 4. A list of training courses can be found online. To register for a class, contact Laura Seachord at lseach@lsuhsc.edu or 675-6381.


Blood Drive at Allied Health Next Week

Contact: smccal@lsuhsc.edu

There will be a blood drive at the School of Allied Health Professions next Thursday, August 21. Located at 1450 Claiborne, the blood drive will be on the ground floor of the clinic lobby from 10:30 am to 2:30 pm.


Grand Rounds

Grand Rounds recordings on the LSU Health Shreveport website are for informational purposes only and not for Continuing Medical Education Credit.


In the News

Contact: mwille@lsuhsc.edu

  • Dr. Glenn Mills talked to KTBS about the National Cancer Institute grant funding clinical trials locally and throughout the region.
  • The Shreveport Times featured the expertise of Dr. Gary Burton in a story about male breast cancer.
  • KTAL attended last Saturday's graduation ceremony. The station also posted on their website about the event beforehand.
  • Dr. Geetika Dembla spoke to KTAL about depression.
  • Dr. Dembla also appeared live on KSLA to talk about signs of depression.
  • KTAL and Metro Leader posted about a partnership with Caris for molecular profiling.

Click for Job Postings

Open positions at LSU Health Shreveport are posted every Monday and Wednesday and remain open seven days. Hospital positions are posted on the University Health website, and open Sodexo and Conifer jobs also appear online. For a look at this week's postings, click the links below or check out the job boards in the Administration Building.

http://www.lsuhscshreveport.edu/HumanResources/Employment.aspx
https://careers.uhsystem.com/
http://sodexousa.jobs/louisiana/usa/jobs/
www.coniferhealth.com


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