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Preoperative Evaluation Before Non-Cardiac Surgery
Preoperative Evaluation Before Non-Cardiac Surgery
Preoperative Evaluation Before Non-Cardiac Surgery
Preoperative Evaluation Before Non-Cardiac Surgery
Preoperative Evaluation Before Non-Cardiac Surgery
Preoperative Evaluation Before Non-Cardiac Surgery
Preoperative Evaluation Before Non-Cardiac Surgery
Preoperative Evaluation Before Non-Cardiac Surgery
Preoperative Evaluation Before Non-Cardiac Surgery
Preoperative Evaluation Before Non-Cardiac Surgery
Preoperative Evaluation Before Non-Cardiac Surgery
Preoperative Evaluation Before Non-Cardiac Surgery
Preoperative Evaluation Before Non-Cardiac Surgery
Preoperative Evaluation Before Non-Cardiac Surgery
Preoperative Evaluation Before Non-Cardiac Surgery
Preoperative Evaluation Before Non-Cardiac Surgery
Preoperative Evaluation Before Non-Cardiac Surgery
Preoperative Evaluation Before Non-Cardiac Surgery
Preoperative Evaluation Before Non-Cardiac Surgery
Preoperative Evaluation Before Non-Cardiac Surgery
Preoperative Evaluation Before Non-Cardiac Surgery
Preoperative Evaluation Before Non-Cardiac Surgery
Preoperative Evaluation Before Non-Cardiac Surgery
Preoperative Evaluation Before Non-Cardiac Surgery
Preoperative Evaluation Before Non-Cardiac Surgery
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Preoperative Evaluation Before Non-Cardiac Surgery
Preoperative Evaluation Before Non-Cardiac Surgery
Preoperative Evaluation Before Non-Cardiac Surgery
Preoperative Evaluation Before Non-Cardiac Surgery
Preoperative Evaluation Before Non-Cardiac Surgery
Preoperative Evaluation Before Non-Cardiac Surgery
Preoperative Evaluation Before Non-Cardiac Surgery
Preoperative Evaluation Before Non-Cardiac Surgery
Preoperative Evaluation Before Non-Cardiac Surgery
Preoperative Evaluation Before Non-Cardiac Surgery
Preoperative Evaluation Before Non-Cardiac Surgery
Preoperative Evaluation Before Non-Cardiac Surgery
Preoperative Evaluation Before Non-Cardiac Surgery
Preoperative Evaluation Before Non-Cardiac Surgery
Preoperative Evaluation Before Non-Cardiac Surgery
Preoperative Evaluation Before Non-Cardiac Surgery
Preoperative Evaluation Before Non-Cardiac Surgery
Preoperative Evaluation Before Non-Cardiac Surgery
Preoperative Evaluation Before Non-Cardiac Surgery
Preoperative Evaluation Before Non-Cardiac Surgery
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  • 1. FACULTY ASSEMBLY Tuesday, November 24, 2009 4:00 p.m. (Central Time) United Hospital Auditorium AGENDA 1. The State of the School 2. Fiscal Year 09 Financial Report 3. Faculty Recruitment 4. Policy on Policy 5. Posting of Minutes 6. Discussion of posted Departmental Reports Bismarck SW Campus Center for Family Medicine Conference Room 515 East Broadway Fargo SE Campus Medical Education Center, Room 225 1919 North Elm Street MeritCare Video Conference Basement of Hospital Room OSS 720 4th Street North Grand Forks SMHS United Hospital Auditorium, Room 1350 501 N. Columbia Road Altru Hospital Conference Room A 1000 Columbia Road South Minot NW Campus NW Campus Conference 1201 11th Avenue SW Hettinger West River Regional Medical Center Library Room Devils Lake Mercy Hospital Education Room Jamestown Jamestown Hospital Conference Room 446 Connection Issues Contact: Don Larson at 777-5046
  • 2. Bismarck SW Campus Center for Family Medicine Conference Room 515 East Broadway Fargo SE Campus Medical Education Center, Room 225 1919 North Elm Street MeritCare Video Conference Basement of Hospital Room OSS 720 4th Street North Grand Forks SMHS United Hospital Auditorium, Room 1350 501 N. Columbia Road Altru Hospital Conference Room A 1000 Columbia Road South Minot NW Campus NW Campus Conference 1201 11th Avenue SW Hettinger West River Regional Medical Center Library Room Devils Lake Mercy Hospital Education Room Jamestown Jamestown Hospital Conference Room 446 Connection Issues Contact: Don Larson at 777-5046 ARTICLE IV - GOVERNANCE Section One - Faculty Assembly The Faculty Assembly shall consist of all voting members of the faculty of the School. Subsection One - Duties and Responsibilities a. The Faculty Assembly shall meet at least annually at a time and place set by the Dean of the School. b. The Faculty Assembly shall receive an annual report from the Dean and the Faculty Academic Council on the State of the School. The Dean shall circulate a written agenda to all Faculty Assembly members at least one week prior to a scheduled meeting. Source: SMHS Bylaws Revised by FAC - April 3, 2000
  • 3. Joshua Wynne, M.D. Interim Vice President for Health Affairs Interim Dean Professor Of Medicine Faculty Assembly Presentation State of the SMHS 2009
  • 4. Overview of Presentation • Campus Climate and Environment • Faculty • Facility Update and Facility Needs • Scholarship and Research • Clinical Care • Service • Students and Education
  • 5. Overview of Presentation • Initiatives • Issues and Challenges • Notable Achievements
  • 6. Campus Climate and Environment • Enhanced communication - bidirectional – Enews sent out weekly • Mailing list now includes voluntary faculty, SMHS Advisory Council members, UND Deans and VPs, all SMHS students (not just MS) – Enews column by Interim Dean – Lunch meetings with Interim Dean • Students • Faculty • Staff
  • 7. Campus Climate and Environment • Improved interaction with ND Legislature during the recent session – ~ 20% increase in base funding for SMHS, including $1.275M to stabilize CFM – $5.4M for new Center for Family Medicine – $225K for EMR for CFM – $600K to initiate RuralMed program – $500K for CRH for health care planning • Lunch meetings with voluntary faculty at campus hospitals
  • 8. Campus Climate and Environment • Bus tour visits to rural communities planned for each quarter of 2010 • Dean’s Committee on Diversity – Members: Drs. Halaas (Chair), M.A. Sens, Dunlevy, Sukalski, Brown-Borg, Romanick and Mr. DeLorme – Focus of committee • Salary equity • Recruitment • Promotion and tenure • Retention
  • 9. Campus Climate and Environment • Process – Emphasis on participatory and engaged faculty governance, with open discussion and opportunity for input • Faculty Academic Council (FAC) – Bimonthly meetings – Primary faculty governance entity • Departmental Chairs’ Meetings • Process on Process
  • 10. Faculty • New faculty – Gwen Halaas, M.D., M.B.A., Associate Dean for Academic and Faculty Affairs, Director of CME – Chernet Tessema, Ph.D., Instructor, ACB – Joyce Ohm, Ph.D. – Assistant Prof, BMB – Mark Koponen, M.D. - (Forensic Pathologist); Associate Professor – Kurt Zhang, Ph.D. - (Bioinformatics); Assistant Professor – Xuesong Chen, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, PPT – Mikhail Golovko, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, PPT – Mandy Meyer, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, OT/ACB.
  • 11. Faculty • New appointments – Dr. Byron Danielson – Vice-Chair, Dept. of Internal Medicine – Dr. Neville Alberto – Program Director, Transitional Year Residency – Dr. Guy Tangedahl – Interim Program Director, Family Medicine Residency (Bismarck) – Dr. David Bradley – Chair, Dept. of Microbiology and Immunology
  • 12. Faculty • New appointments – Brad Gibbens and Marlene Miller • Interim Co-Directors, Center for Rural Health – Dr. Kathy Sukalski – Interim Chair, Dept. of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
  • 13. Faculty • Promotion and/or tenure – John Watt, Ph.D. - Associate Professor with tenure, Dept. of Anatomy and Cell Biol – Scott Garrett, Ph.D. - Associate Professor with tenure, Dept. of Pathology – Sonia Zimmerman, Ph.D., Assistant Professor to Associate Professor, Dept. of Occupational Therapy – Stephen Stripe, M.D., Associate Professor, Dept. F.C.M., Minot CFM
  • 14. Faculty • Recruitment – Gerontology search • Sanford MeritCare issue – 9 basic science faculty – Director, Center for Rural Health
  • 15. Facilities • Center for Family Medicine (Bismarck) • Forensic Science Building (Grand Forks) • Upgrade to CEC • Simulation Center adjacent to the CEC
  • 16. Facility Needs • Additional wet lab space – Stimulus grant status • Allied health building
  • 17. Facility Needs • Upgrade and refurbishment of SMHS building • Research space (especially translational research) in Fargo
  • 18. Scholarship and Research • Strong effort to get funding, but highly competitive environment – Grant applications are up substantially (~36% increase c/w prior 4 years) – Funding is down (~16% c/w prior 4 years)
  • 19. SMHS Grant Activity ($M)
  • 20. Scholarship and Research • Strong program in eating disorders continues (>$15M in funding to Dept. Clinical Neurosciences) • 78% of grant $ from federal government (NIH, HRSA, Indian HS, DOD) • 8% from foundations
  • 21. Scholarship and Research • Funding leaders – Clinical Neurosciences – CRH – PPT – Surgery – Pathology – INMED
  • 22. Scholarship and Research • Great progress has been made in building research infrastructure – INBRE and COBRE grants (~$26M) • Next step will be to build the competitive investigator grants – Interdisciplinary collaboration – New recruits • Coordinated with and supported in part by UND – Partnership with industry
  • 23. Clinical Care • Hospitals are increasingly looking to partner with the SMHS for faculty recruitment – Dr. Sticca and the Dept. Of Surgery – Gerontology • Clinical Chairs are looking at expanded practice opportunities in ND and the region
  • 24. Service • Allied health – Parents as co-instructors (Dept. of PT) • CHPPR - Preventing and reducing chronic health conditions caused by unhealthy behaviors • Continuing Medical Education – Sponsored or jointly approved 340 CME activities – ~4,500 physician and ~7,100 other health professionals participated
  • 25. Service • Tobacco Quitline – Dept. of Family and Community Medicine • CRH and RAC - 37 programs and research projects underway to address a variety of rural health issues in North Dakota and across the United States
  • 26. Service • Health Workforce Information Center (CRH) – Initiated in 2008 as a national resource center on health workforce – Assist providers, educators, researchers, and policy makers in developing strategies to meet future workforce demand
  • 27. Students – Current Enrollment • M.D. (M.D./Ph.D.) 241 • M.S./Ph.D. - Basic Sciences 48 • D.P.T. Physical Therapy 144 • Clinical Lab Science 291 • Cytotechnology / Histology 14 • B.S. Athletic Training 25 • M.O.T. Occupational Therapy (Grand Forks) 93 – Casper, WY) 20 • Physician Assistant 61 • Physician in Training Residency Programs 100 TOTAL 1,037 • Other Programs – Continuing Medical Education – Laboratory Education for North Dakota (LEND) – >1600 undergraduate students
  • 28. Students and Education • Medical students – ~300 applications and ~150 interviewed for 55 slots – Most popular residency choices: Family medicine/Surgery/Internal medicine Pediatrics/OB-GYN/Emergency medicine – Contrary to national preference for “EROAD” specialties (“life style” choices)
  • 29. Students and Education • Our 6 residency programs received ~3,000 applications and matched 32 positions! • Allied health – CLS Celebration
  • 30. Initiatives • RuralMed • SMHS Recruitment Process • SMHS Advisory Council (especially regarding the budget process) • Development Activities – Dave Miedema – Director of Development • Meeting with faculty and students – Case Statement • Conflict of Interest Policy
  • 31. Initiatives • MPH program in conjunction with NDSU • Masters program in biomedical engineering with NDSU • Enhanced program in medical simulation (Simulation Center) • Revamped Dean’s Hour • Symposium on Voluntary Faculty Teaching and Scholarship (Dr. Hyder) • Research Retreat – Tentatively 12/19/09
  • 32. Issues and Challenges • Student debt • Anticipated contraction of NIH and NSF funding • Graduate student tuition waivers • UND F&A policy • Clinical practice plan revenue • Curriculum update • Need for more diversity • Re-writing of SMHS bylaws
  • 33. Outstanding Achievements • Dr. Patrick Carr – UND Foundation/Thomas J. Clifford Award and Class 2012 Golden Apple Award • Dr. Edward Carlson – Hippocratic Dignity Award • Dr. Stephen Tinguely – 2009 Medical Student Graduation Speaker • Dr. D. Sens – INBRE • Dr. Geiger – COBRE, and Chester Fritz Distinguished Professor award
  • 34. Outstanding Achievements • ~96% pass rate of PT graduates on national exam • Mary Ann Sens, MD, PhD - Board of Directors, National Association of Medical Examiners • UND Founders Day award to Dept. of O.T. for Excellence in Teaching
  • 35. Outstanding Achievements • Dr. Michael Atkinson - Outstanding Faculty Award for Undergraduate Teaching • Student Vickie Gorder published case study in Journal of American Academy of PA • OT Students: Jen Frueh , Nicole Keiffer, Ashley Tyre and Kacie Moll-Preysz were recognized at the Spring 2009 Frank Low Research Day. • Brittany Siefert elected Student Representative to the Wyoming OT Association.
  • 36. • Gold Humanism Society Inductees – 8 third year students - Miran Blanchard, Dan Dixon, Katrina Gardner, Chad Hanson Erica Martin, Jennifer Mullally, Luke Van Alstine, Stacie Wellman – Deans Judy DeMers and Charlie Christianson Outstanding Achievements
  • 37. Fiscal Year 09 Financial Report Dean Randy Eken
  • 38. $56.6 M $60.4 M $60.3 M $62.7 M $65.6 M $30,000,000 $35,000,000 $40,000,000 $45,000,000 $50,000,000 $55,000,000 $60,000,000 $65,000,000 $70,000,000 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 UND SMHS Total Revenues History
  • 39. $15.0 M $15.5 M $15.9 M $16.8 M $17.3 M $41.6 M $44.9 M $44.3 M $45.9 M $48.3 M $0 $10,000,000 $20,000,000 $30,000,000 $40,000,000 $50,000,000 $60,000,000 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 UND SMHS Sources of Revenue General Fund Other Funds
  • 40. General Fund, $17.3M, 26.4% Tuition, $11.0M, 16.7% One-Mill Levy, $1.9M, 3.0% Grants & Contracts, $17.7M, 27.0% Local Funds, $17.7M, 26.9% UND School of Medicine & Health Sciences 2008-09 Sources of Revenue Total $65.6 M
  • 41. Salaries, $37.7 M, 57.5% Fringe Benefits, $8.6 M, 13.0% Operating & Equipment $19.3 M, 29.5% UND SMHS 2008-09 Object of Expenditures Total $65.6 M
  • 42. UND SMHS Analysis of 2009-11 General Fund Appropriation (SB2003) Adjusted 2007-09 General Fund Base $34,027,701 Base Funding Increases Parity Increase $ 3,214,275 Equity Increase $ 505,999 College Affordability $ 767,426 Total Base Funding Increase $ 4,487,700 Other Priority Base Funding Increases Bismarck and Minot CFM Operations $ 1,275,000 RuralMed Program $ 600,000 Comprehensive Health Delivery Plan $ 500,000 Total Priority Base Funding Increase $ 2,375,000 General Fund Increase: Recurring $ 6,862,700 One-Time Funding: Electronic Medical Records $ 225,000 General Fund Total SB2003 $ 41,115,401 One-Time Funding: Permanent Oil Tax Trust Fund: Bismarck CFM $ 5,400,000
  • 43. UND SMHS Analysis of 2009-11 Appropriation Budget Revenue Adjusted Budget New Budget Percent Budget 07-09 2009-11 Authority 09-11 Increase General Fund $34,027,701 $41,115,401 $7,087,700 20.8% Tuition $21,776,148 $24,205,445 $2,429,297 11.2% One-Mill $3,840,882 $4,034,000 $193,118 5.0% Total Revenues $59,644,731 $69,354,846 $9,710,115 16.3% Actual/Budgeted Expenditures ($59,644,731) ($69,354,846) ($9,710,115) 16.3%
  • 44. UND SMHS Analysis of 2009-11 Appropriation Budget Budget Plan to Spend Additional Appropriations Authority Increases to Base Budgets for 2009-11 Salary Increases (Average 5%) $4,506,143 Fringe Benefits (Health Ins. $8,033 > $9,912 per position) $1,114,197 Operating Budgets (Increase 2.1%) $ 481,175 Funding base for Residency Programs $ 200,000 Funding base for Community Faculty $ 100,000 Faculty Salary Support to Departments $ 596,931 Grants & Contracts Officer (moved from local funds) $ 111,669 Total Base Increases $7,110,115 New Budget Initiatives approved by ND Legislature Centers for Family Medicine $1,275,000 Rural Med Program $ 600,000 Rural Health Program $ 500,000 Electronic Medical Records (One-Time Funding) $ 225,000 Total New Budget Initiative Increases $2,600,000 Total Planned Increase in Expenditures 2009-11 $9,710,115
  • 45. Basic Science Faculty Recruitment
  • 46. Basic Science Search Committee
  • 47. Policy on Policy http://www.med.und.nodak.edu/
  • 48. Posting of Minutes http://www.med.und.nodak.edu/
  • 49. Discussion of Departmental Reports

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