Celebration of Resident and Fellow Education and Research Day Other Education Programs June 9, 2021 | View Agenda Poster Templates We have created a variety of templates that you can use to create your poster. They come in 3 and 4 column versions with a blue, orange, blue-dashed or white background. Poster Templates Effective Poster Microlecture Watch on Youtube Event Information Platform This year’s event will mirror 2020 where all posters will be electronic and posted on the UF Health Jacksonville intranet Bridge website. Those abstracts accepted for platform presentation will provide a 10 minute, live oral presentation in the LRC in a socially-distanced manner covering their research. Scholarly Awards Each category will be judged for an award based on their poster presentation of their accepted abstract. Additionally, platform presenters will also be eligible for an award. Graduation Awards The following graduation awards will be presented on June 9th. Nominations are open and were sent to programs January 6th. Nominations are due back to OEA on March 15, 2021 (this is a hard deadline and will not be extended). Residents The Rosilie O. Saffos Outstanding Resident Teacher Award ...is presented annually to a resident to honor the memory of Dr. Rosilie O. Saffos, a true physician and teacher who possessed those qualities that we, as physicians, would like to see in ourselves, including compassion, intellectual curiosity, and a genuine dedication to education. The Edward Jelks Outstanding Resident Clinician Award ... is presented annually to the resident who through dedication, diligence and compassion, or through innovation in patient care, is considered to have contributed the most to the improvement of patient care at Shands Jacksonville. The Ann Harwood-Nuss Resident Advocate Award ... is presented annually to the resident who has contributed the most to improving the educational and working environment of his/her fellow residents. The Robert Wears Outstanding Resident in Quality and Patient Safety Award ... is presented annually to the resident who through effort, innovation, and collaboration with both fellow residents and other members of the healthcare team, has made the most outstanding contribution to improving quality and patient safety. The award has been named after Dr. Robert Wears, an exceptional example of one whose life was dedicated to quality and patient safety. Faculty and Residents The Louis S. Russo Award for Outstanding Professionalism in Medicine ... is presented annually to one faculty and one resident who hold the highest standards of medical professionalism, substantiated by a commitment to personal behavior that reflects the core values of the consummate physician: Altruism: the faculty/resident places the best interests of patients above self, with unconditional caring of and dedication to the patient, regardless of ability to pay or station in life Excellence: the faculty/resident embraces a conscientious effort to exceed ordinary expectations and to make a commitment to high competence and lifelong learning Ethics: the faculty/resident demonstrates a code of honor and integrity, with consistent regard for the highest standards of behavior Respect for others: the faculty/resident possesses the essence of humanism that is central to professionalism and fundamental to the enhancement of collegiality among physicians Nominations are open and were sent to programs January 6th. Nominations are due back to OEA on March 15, 2021 (this is a hard deadline and will not be extended).