My department’s clinical faculty recently hired new doctors. This is the group photo we’re using.
Baton Rouge General and East Jefferson General Hospital offer Family Medicine residency programs affiliated with Tulane University’s School of Medicine. This banner was made for their joint booth at the 2013 AAFP Conference.
My department is broadening its curriculum and promotional posters are a part of the process. These prints hang on the walls here and are available for use by our students and preceptors.
Used in both 2012 and 2013, this medallion was part of the gift bag for Tulane University’s Family Medicine matches.
This year our clerkship has a new director and that means a new group photo for the jump drive. Pictured here are the coordinator, director, and secretary for Tulane’s family medicine clerkship.
A double-sided card students use for anonymous patient data when in the family medicine rotation.
The “landing page” for our clerkship materials, this page features the photo of our clerkship staff and some background about our program. Prominently featured here is the green/blue wave that divides each section of Family Medicine material.
This banner has a proud place outside our classroom and is a regular fixture when we go traveling to promote Family & Community Medicine at Tulane University.
Faculty in my department organized a 2nd line band to open the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine conference in New Orleans. The Match Day medallions went over well and I was given the chance to make a new one for the conference. We made about two dozen of these and threw them into the […]
Match Day falls very close to Mardi Gras and the idea came up that our new, in-house graphic designer (me) could make a medallion to string on some beads. And then I learned about Shrinky Dinks.