The 2015 IHS Virtual Career Fair series will begin in February. These events organized by the Division of Health Professions Support let students interested in health profession careers ask questions about working in American Indian and Alaska Native communities. Topics include IHS health profession disciplines and the Loan Repayment and Scholarship programs.
February 26th through March 1st
The Bioethics Society will be hosting a Bioethics Film Festival. We will be screening some great films and documentaries that address bioethical issues, such as genetic engineering, abortion, healthcare, physician-assisted suicide, cloning, and organ transplantation. Contact Ryan Orr or visit our Facebook page for more information.
AANMC webinar with Dr. Sandbeg-Lewis
February 19th, at 12PST/2CST/3EST
AANMC is highlighting many of the different pathways one can take as an ND. February's topic is presented by an experienced ND and clinical faculty member of one of our member schools on GERD, reflux and general digestion issues. If you are interested in learning more about the causes and naturopathic treatments for heart burn and gastroesophageal reflux - don't miss this event!
Monday, February 23, 2015
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Join representatives from Washington University and the University of Virginia as they discuss their Medical Scientist Training Programs and explain the benefits of an MD/PhD career path including how to become a competitive candidate.
Friday, February 20
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Applying to a health professional school this summer? Wondering how to get started on your personal statement? This workshop will review personal statement basics and address how to begin your first draft. Limited seating available so RSVP is required through CAVLink. (Under Events->Workshops)
Richmond Ear Nose and Throat is looking for a medical scribe. This is an opportunity for an aspiring pre-medical student to work side-by-side with physicians and nurse practitioners. All training is provided on the job.
Interested in global public health?
Want to make a real difference?
Project Rural India Social and Health Improvement (Project RISHI) @ UVA
is holding two information sessions this week. This organization's chapter is focusing on improvement of public health in a rural Indian village. Many leadership opportunities available (+ free food)!
2/18 - 7pm, Clark 101
2/23 - 7 pm, Clark 101
June 1-12, 2015
Health Professions Career Exploration is a program designed to expose college freshmen, sophomores, and juniors to the diverse professional programs available at the VCU School of Allied Health Professions.
In this two-week, nonresidential summer program, students will:
Due to inclement weather, this program has been cancelled.
Information to follow regarding rescheduling for a later date.
Monday, February 16, 2015, 4:30 PM - 5:30 PM, at Bryant Hall
Post Bac Programs: What are they? Who needs one? What does Georgetown offer?
Learn about the differences between health professions post bac programs. Specifically, hear about Georgetown's Special Master's Program.