Continuous Medical Corps Symposium: Wednesday, 21 June 1200-1300 EST
The next Continuous Medical Corps Symposium will be on CVs with Dr. Servey from USU. CVs are used for almost all competitive positions and a well written CV shows the selection committee your accomplishments clearly and efficiently. To make the most of this session, please have a copy of your CV ready so that you can make the most of this session.
The session will be recorded and added to the Sharepoint site (once it is completed).
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Assistant Program Manager, Medical Corps Career Development Boards – O5/O6
Assistant Program Manager, Medical Corps Career Development Boards – Chief, Medical Corps seeks a senior medical officer for this collateral duty. The scope of duties requires an O-5/O-6 officer motivated to improve career development boards (CDB) throughout the Medical Corps. The Assistant Program Manager’s responsibilities include: managing the online resources for Chief Medical Officers and CDB Coordinators, assisting the Program Manager in keeping all training resources current and standardized, coordinating periodic teleconference/MS Teams meetings with command CDB coordinators, assisting in monitoring evaluation surveys for trends and opportunities for improvement, and performing other duties as requested by the CDB Program Manager. The term is 36 months, and the desired start date is January 2023.
Prospective applicants should email a CV and BIO to CAPT Rhett Barrett NLT 1200 EST Friday, January 13, 2023.
Continuous Medical Corps Symposium Series – Vitamin D Deficiency in the Military
If you missed the amazing lecture by CDR James Flint, you’re in luck! You can watch the entire lecture on the Office of the Medical Corps Chief YouTube channel, Vitamin D Deficiency in the Military with CDR James Flint – YouTube. You can watch previous lectures there as well in case you missed those. Please distribute this link widely throughout your communities as this is a highly important, operationally focused topic that is applicable to almost all specialties. If you have any issues or questions or would like to be the next lecturer in this series, please contact CDR Jennifer Eng-Kulawy (contact in the global).
Jennifer Eng-Kulawy, MD, FAAP
CDR, MC, USN
Plans and Policy Officer
Office of the Medical Corps Chief
MC Continuous Symposium – Red Tides: The Largest Walking Blood Bank Activation at Sea Since WWII – 13 APR at 1600 EDT
Please join us for the next installment of the Continuous Medical Corps Symposium lecture series on 13 April at 1600 EDT for a talk with CAPT Andrew Lin on the largest walking blood bank activation at sea since WW2. Please disseminate this information widely to ensure maximum participation and looking forward to this insightful talk.
MS Teams link available on the MC SharePoint: https://esportal.med.navy.mil/bumed/m00/m00c/M00C1/SitePages/Home.aspx