DMICE New Student Orientation

Students in a classroom

BIOMEDICAL INFORMATICS NEW STUDENT ORIENTATION

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Schedule
Time Event/Topic Speaker
9:00 Welcome and Introductions Vishnu Mohan
9:30 Professional Conduct and Student Etiquette Karen Eden
9:55 Break
10:00 Breakout Session: Program Overview – Health and Clinical Informatics Nicole Weiskopf
10:00 Breakout Session: Program Overview – Bioinformatics and Computational Biomedicine (Webex breakout session) Shannon McWeeney
10:30 DMICE Lounge (Student Meet and Greet) Students

Reminder to all new students

Students must complete the following online trainings in Compass. You must have your OHSU network ID and password to complete the trainings.  Distribution of ID badges is TBD. 

  • Information Privacy and Security (IPS) Essentials
  • Respect at the University
  • Integrity Foundation
  • Integrity Education Booster
  • CITI:  Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR). Select “Researcher” role
  • Human Subjects Research (HSR)
  • Conflict of Interest in Research (COIR) disclosure form

OHSU Covid Vaccination Policy (effective 2/10/2022):

OHSU requires immunizations for its students in accordance with recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and from the State of Oregon. Students must comply with OHSU pre-entrance immunization requirements (Immunization Requirements) per Policy 03-30-150  and Policy 02-90-010  and remain in compliance for the duration of their enrollment at OHSU.

This means that all admitted students must provide proof of full COVID-19 immunization or receive an approved medical or religious exception 21-days prior to the start of the academic term. Admission into OHSU academic programs are considered conditional until proof of full vaccination is provided or a medical or religious exception is approved by OHSU.  If students have not met the COVID-19 policy requirements  at least 21 days prior to the start of the academic term, their offer of admission to OHSU will be rescinded and they will be unable to take courses or start their programs of study or other academic activities.

Students admitted into non-clinical programs who have received exceptions will be required to complete COVID-19 testing as specified by OHSU and will receive additional direction related to required safety standards and practices. OHSU does not allow unvaccinated students to participate in in-person direct patient contact or in simulation activities involving in-person direct contact with standardized patients, and as such, entry into clinical programs for unvaccinated students will be prohibited.