Curriculum Vitae Group Review Sessions by Career Advising
Every Friday from 11-11:30 AM AK, 12:00-12:30 PM PT, 1-1:30 PM MT, Starting February 4, 2022
These interactive group sessions are a great way to further develop your Curriculum Vitae (CV) and be well prepared for residency application. You will submit your draft CV at the time of registering for the session. Career Advisors will provide you with individualized feedback after you attend the group session.
Winter Quarter 2022 MS2 Class Meeting Save the Date
We will be holding the Winter Quarter 2022 WWAMI-wide class meeting with the MS2s on Wednesday, February 23rd
- Mountain Time: 5:00-6:00 pm
- Pacific Time: 4:00-5:00 pm
- Alaska Time: 3:00-4:00 pm
An email will be sent out with the Zoom information in the near future and this will be included in your Elentra calendar.
Opportunity to participate as a research study subject:
A Visual Guide to Pharmacology
E20 WWAMI Seattle/Moscow students, Student Development asks that you complete a brief (7-10 min) and anonymous survey sharing your perceptions of the Foundations Phase Pharmacology material. The first 40 students from each site to complete the survey are eligible to receive a $5 Amazon gift card. To participate, visit https://uidaho.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_0JmyK8hpoix5RNY
CBC Compliance Required – deadline Jan 31, 2022
E20 Students are required to renew their criminal background check (CBC) in January of second year. Students with any new criminal findings on their criminal background check will be required to meet with the Associate Dean for Student Affairs.
ALL students are required to maintain compliance, including concurrent degree students (MSTP), students on a leave of absence and expanded students.
Per the Student Handbook, students must complete a CBC upon admission, in January of second year, in January prior to graduation, and every two years if on an expanded schedule.
There are two components to CBC compliance:
❶ Complete the UW Self Disclosure, Consent and Release of Information Form – Matriculated Students using your UW Student ID number as your signature. Please make sure you have the correct student ID number. This link will take you to the form.
❷ Instructions for renewing background checks through CastleBranch:
- Paste the following link into your browser:
Select: Compliance Tracker
- Select UW71bg: I need to order my Background Check
- Follow the prompts. You will be asked to enter your personal identifiers including SSN and DOB and address.
- Addresses and Aliases: You will be asked to list your current address. The residence history search will find all prior addresses. Likewise, you will be asked to enter your current name. The SSN search will find all previous names.
- You will be asked to authorize a $47.50 charge to your debit or credit card. Do not pay for anything extra! The $47.50 flat fee includes all aliases and addresses. International address searches are not required. If you are charged more please email Laura Ellis.
- The Statewide Criminal WA is required by WA State law for all healthcare workers. So even if you live in another state, the search needs to be done because you are a UW student.
- Your order confirmation should look like this:
If you have technical issues with the myCB site, please contact myCB Service Desk via phone, chat or email: 1-888-914-7279, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Remember to submit the UW Self Disclosure, Consent and Release of Information Form – Matriculated Students as mentioned in step 1 above.
If the above deadline is not met your college mentor will be notified. Thanks for your immediate attention to this important SOM compliance requirement.
Career Advising Student Advisory Board – Tip of the Month
We hope you had a restful winter break! We know you’re focused on Step 1 studying now so feel free to lean into that and put specialty/career planning on hold. Step 1 studying is often the first-time students start to “feel like doctors” as you get to integrate everything you’ve learned thus far. Since this exam is now pass/fail, consider taking the exam once you are achieving comfortable passing scores consistently in UWorld and on NBMEs. Using the rest of your break to relax and do the things you love can give you the reset you need before heading into clerkships. Good luck everyone!
Written by Career Advising Student Advisory Board member, Shanelle Briggs and reviewed by a second BIPOC Board member, L’Oreal Kennedy.
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