Have research you want to present at a National Conference? Submit your abstract for presentation at the LMSA National Conference in April. Accepted abstracts presenters will receive free conference registration and the option to publish your abstract in the Journal of the LMSA.
SEX AND GENDER MEDICAL EDUCATION NATIONAL STUDENT SURVEY
This is a landmark survey of knowledge attitudes and awareness of medical students in regard to Women’s Health, Men’s Health and Sex and Gender-Specific Health. The survey takes 15-20 minutes to complete.
Match Day is quickly approaching. Share the joy of Match Day 2015 by using the hashtag #LMSAMatch. You can also upload your Match Day photos to lmsa.me/1CePGtR. Your photos may be chosen for inclusion in this year’s Residency guide, coming out in mid-May!
For the second year, the SNMA is partnering with the LMSA to produce the 9th edition of the Residency and Match Guide. The guides purpose is to provide information and resources to approach the residency application process. Graduating students and alumni, read about how you can be included in this year's publication.
Do you want to be part of LMSA National? Do you have skills you wish to use for a nationwide agenda? Are you a leader who wants to further the agenda of diversity and Latino Health? Here is your opportunity. LMSA National Board elections and committee chairperson applications are now available.
Are you shopping for medical text books? Or just want to buy some music? No matter what you are shopping for, if you buy it through Amazon you can support LMSA. Amazon's charitable giving program called Amazon Smile will donate a portion of your purchase to LMSA when you designate us as your beneficiary through Amazon.
NORTHEAST REGIONAL ACADEMIC MEDICINE CAREER DEVELOPMENT CONFERENCE FOR DIVERSE MEDICAL STUDENTS AND TRAINEES
The purpose of this conference is to provide diverse medical students and residents with the knowledge and skills to help them build a foundation for a satisfying and productive academic medicine career in education, research, and/or leadership. In terms of diversity, the conference has been designed to focus on three groups underrepresented in academic medicine – racial and ethnic minorities (URM), women, and lesbian, gay bisexual, transgender and queer identified trainees (LGBTQ). We are expecting at least 100 diverse trainees from across the Northeast Region.
May 1-3, 2015 New York, NY The conference provides an overview of up-to-date practices (climate and educational) in preparing the health care workforce to address the health concerns of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) communities.
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP: CATAPULT YOUR RESEARCH CAREER USING PUBLIC DATA SETS
Hosted at the US Department of Health and Human Services, National Institutes of Health, this workshop aims to prepare scholars interested in Hispanic health research strengthen their skills and knowledge to perform analytical studies of public health datasets to better contribute to Hispanic and other underserved populations. Abstracts due April 9th