Flu Shots Continue at Variety of Medical Center Locations
Nov. 2, 2010—Flu vaccine is available in the Employee Health Clinic, 640 Medical Arts Building, from 8 a.m.–5 p.m. Other locations around campus for shots may be found on the Flu Shot Event Calendar at http://occupationalhealth.vanderbilt.edu/uploads/ohcFluCalendar.pdf. A Vanderbilt ID badge is required. For a complete calendar of locations for faculty and staff to get a flu vaccine...
Arts show at One Hundred Oaks
Nov. 2, 2010—
My European Crime Spree
Nov. 2, 2010—Since I believe that promoting international peace and goodwill is one of the most valuable things an American citizen can do, I should probably stay home for a while. On a recent trip to Europe, in only 10 days I had two brushes with the law, which is about two brushes more than I’ve had...
Guitar design is not brain surgery
Nov. 2, 2010—In 2002, having recently undergone board certification as a neurosurgeon, Robert J. Singer, M.D., sat down at his kitchen table with some butcher paper and a few drafting instruments and began designing electric guitars. Once he had completed a dozen designs, he engaged a factory in Korea to make the prototypes.
Stories of Living with Diabetes
Nov. 2, 2010—Forty patients—all with different circumstances, backgrounds and treatments each have one common story to tell: living with diabetes. Co-authors Alan Graber, M.D., Anne Brown, R.N., M.S.N., and Kathleen Wolfe, R.N., M.S.N., compiled these compelling patient stories in their new book “A Life of Control: Stories of Living with Diabetes,” published by Vanderbilt University Press.
The two Dr. Zics
Nov. 2, 2010—Conventional wisdom says never to look a gift horse in the mouth, but on a normal day seeing patients in the clinic, John Zic, M.D., found himself staring down at a literal gift horse, not quite sure how to react.