Annual Resident Education Fund
Dr. Tobin and Mrs. Carrol Stuart
Resident Education fund in Mrs. Carrol Stuart's name
Mrs. Stuart was an integral part of our residency program for many years. She retired last year after 25 years of service. She contributed a great deal of her time and energy into resident recruitment and support. For her contributions and recognition we have named a Resident Education fund in her honor. Donations are accepted into this fund to further enhance and drive the education mission of our department. Please consider making a donation today.
Our anesthesiology residency program has been recognized for some time as a source of outstanding clinical and academic physicians. However, some of the attributes that have made our program so successful in the past are now being threatened by financial constraints. These challenges to academic anesthesia notwithstanding, efforts like this fund can help keep our residency program strong. Contributions Dedicated to the Residency Program
Annual tax-deductible contributions to this ongoing campaign will help sustain resident education efforts such as
- presenting at meetings/scholarly work (e.g., the Gulf-Atlantic Anesthesia Resident's Research Conference, ASA)
- purchases of educational materials
- the rising Senior Seminar
Under institutional agreement, this will be a protected fund, from which the Department will dispense money each year solely to support our residency program.
Any leftover amount at the end of a year will go into an existing endowment for residency education, which is also protected. A portion of the interest earned each year from this endowment account, approximately 5% of the principal as governed by university rules, will be designated to support the Department's Visiting Professor series and resident teaching and research projects.
John McDowell, SEA winner,
Gulf Atlantic Resident
You can make a donation at www.wakehealth.edu/onlinegift. Simply fill in and submit the online form (skip over the "Gift Designation Information" section, which will already have this fund entered)
If you have questions about the fund, please contact Roger Royster, MD, Professor and Vice Chair of the Department of Anesthesiology, firstname.lastname@example.org, 336-716-2712.
Thank you very much for your support.
-Dr. Roger Royster
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