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He practiced family medicine in Los Angeles before going into academic medicine. Katsufrakis, 58, currently serves as the boards senior vice president of assessment programs and is recognized nationally in the medical education and assessment community, both for his work on the board and in past roles advancing professionalism, HIV education, clinical training and medical education administration. Prior to joining the board, he was associate dean for student affairs and associate professor of clinical family medicine at the Keck School of Medicine at the University of Southern California, where he received several teaching and outstanding-service awards. He also served more recently as clinical associate professor of family and community medicine at the Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University. Nursing students donate 5,500 items to charities Nursing students at the Gurnick Academy of Medical Arts in Modesto donated more than 5,500 items to local nonprofits, including food to the Salvation Army; clothing, toys and toiletries to the Haven Womens Center; and pet foot and supplies to East of Eden Canine Rescue during the schools annual holiday drive. The students formed three competing teams, with the winner amassing 2,327 items and winning a pizza party for their efforts. Human resources organization names officers The Central Valley Human Resources Management Association, the local chapter affiliate of Society for Human Resource Management, named its board officers for 2017. Dawn Tacker of the Center for Human Services will serve as president. Others elected include Jowanda Collins, president-elect; Kathleen Xavier, vice president of membership; Tiffany Waller, treasurer; Christina Alger, communications director; James Anderson, legislative and public relations director; and Nicole Tyler, immediate past president. Have an item for Success & Service?
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