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Announcements: Camp Hobé Volunteer Opportunity, ATLS Training, and Research Survey

Posted over 1 year ago by Jennifer Johnson

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Volunteer Opportunity: Camp Hobé 2019

 Camp Hobé, Utah's summer camp for kids with cancer (& similarly-treated disorders) and their siblings, is currently recruiting volunteers for summer camp sessions , including medical staff. Volunteers are needed for the following sessions / dates.

  • Day Camp / Hobé Juniors: Thurs June 6 to Sat June 8, for campers aged 4 to 6 years. Day campers (4-5 year olds) do not stay overnight, while Hobé Juniors (6 year olds) have a 1-night overnight
  • Kids Week: Sun June 9 to Fri June 14, overnight resident camp for campers aged 7 to 11 years
  • Teen Week: Sun June 16 to Fri June 21, overnight resident camp for campers aged 12 to 19 years

The attached flyers have additional information about volunteering. The volunteer page has the application, job descriptions, and other information. Volunteering for Camp Hobé is a great experience for anyone, but especially for professionals in the Health Sciences. It's a great opportunity to work with cancer patients outside of the hospital setting (besides, have any of you EVER thrown a water balloon at work? Volunteers get to do that at camp!!!).

For additional questions, please contact / 801-631-2742.


ATLS Training

If you have providers who need to renew their ATLS or take an ATLS course, we have the following courses scheduled over the next few months.

Saturday morning, February 23 -- Utah Valley Hospital, Provo  -- REFRESHER ONLY
Friday-Saturday, March 15-16 -- IMC, Murray -- Two-day and refresher
Saturday afternoon, April 6 -- UofU, Salt Lake City -- REFRESHER ONLY (in conjunction with two-day AirMed course)
In order to take the ATLS refresher course, the individual must be no more than six months past the person's ATLS expiration date. 
If you need registration information for any of these classes or for any courses later in the year, please email me and I will send you the brochure.
Jackie Lehman
Research Survey

The Health Innovation Lab at the University of Texas at Austin’s Dell Medical School is recruiting clinicians with prescribing privileges to participate in a brief and confidential online survey to increase our understanding of clinical decision-making processes regarding opioid prescriptions. The IRB-approved survey will take less than 30 minutes. Participation is voluntary and no compensation will be provided. Please go to to see if you are eligible to participate. Please contact with any questions.