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Last Updated: January 19, 2023
Message from The VSLO Team
Dear VSLO Colleagues,
We hope that 2023 is off to a great start for you and your colleagues!
Thanks to those of you who joined one of two advisor webinars we held in December. We were fortunate to have been joined by panelists with a wealth of knowledge and experience, and you can view both the MD and DO webinar recordings under the “Resources” section of our Advisor Resources page. As our panelists mentioned, we encourage you to join the VSLO listserv ahead of the application season and connect with your colleagues from other institutions.
Additionally, we will be hosting a student webinar in February and will provide registration information soon. This webinar will focus on addressing common questions about the away rotation process from students in the U.S. network. Attendees will hear directly from a panel of Host institutions who will share insights about how their institutions review applications and other details of the decision-making processes.
Finally, check the website in the coming weeks for the dates and registration information for refresher training for Home and Host institutions.
The VSLO Team
VSLO Program Updates
Annual Reminder to Review Access in the VSLO Application Service
If you receive the VSLO Program Bulletin and you are an active user in the VSLO application service, you may have access to Sensitive Personal Information (SPI) about other individuals at your institution.
As part of the AAMC’s access control policies and procedures, we would like to remind system administrators to review the list of users at your institution who currently have access to the VSLO application service. If there are users who should no longer have access, please deactivate them as soon as possible. If you need any assistance in doing so, please reach out to us at email@example.com.
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