The Nick of Time Foundation is a local non-profit dedicated to educating schools, athletes, families, and communities about Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) and death in young people. They provide low-cost heart screenings for young athletes and spread awareness about SCA.
Much of their volunteering comes in the form of teaching CPR and AED use to the general public. There are also opportunities to network with various doctors and medical students involved with the foundation.
They will be accepting officer applications until the end of June.
To apply please send a resume/CV/short paragraph on your past experience to email@example.com.
Additionally, please include a short paragraph on why you are interested in being part of their team and which position you are applying for.
Benaroya Research Institute at Virginia Mason is committed to winning the fight against autoimmune diseases such as type 1 diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, inflammatory bowel disease and multiple sclerosis, and immune system diseases such as allergies and asthma. BRI is an internationally recognized medical research institute that accelerates discovery by tackling questions from every angle, translating immunology breakthroughs into clinical therapies and healthier patients.
As a non-profit organization within the Virginia Mason Health System, BRI oversees all clinical research at Virginia Mason and BRI, uniquely combining the expertise of a world-renowned medical research institute with the remarkable care of a healthcare quality leader. BRI supports Virginia Mason clinical investigators in studies across a wide variety of diseases and conditions, such as cardiology and cancer, in addition to autoimmune diseases, allergy and asthma.
Position #:2019-1559 Title: Research Assistant Department: Translational Research Status: Full time Responsibilities: The Research Assistant will work closely with the Translational Research Program study team to recruit and enroll participants, with and without autoimmune disease, conduct study visits and maintain study records in accordance with specified protocol and procedures for the Translational Research Program Immune Mediated Disease Registry and Repository. • As part of a study team, assist with developing and carrying out recruitment strategies. • Arrange, conduct and record study visits with participants to collect data and obtain biologic samples following strict protocols and processes. This may include blood draws, collecting vitals, obtaining tissue samples from standard of care procedures, screenings and in person interviews. • Maintain accurate and concise participant records, ensuring completeness and accuracy of information. This includes manual and electronic documentation. • Develop and maintain positive, professional communications with participants, scientists, medical providers and support staff. • Complete various aspects of regulatory requirements including documentation and reporting. • This is not a lab-based position.
University of Washington School of Dentistry’s ASDA chapter is hosting Dive into Dentistry Day on Saturday, July 27th.
This workshop gives you the chance to get hands on experience and gain an insider’s perspective on life in dental school. With current UW dental students and faculty running the show, you’ll get a chance to learn all about life at UWSOD. There will be a chance to meet their Assistant Director of Admissions, Dr. Sue Coldwell, and hear about how admissions work at UWSOD.
Learn how to drill and fill a cavity preparation, sculpt a tooth out of wax, suture, take an impression, and ace your dental school interviews. This is a great opportunity to learn about dental school, meet some fellow pre-dents, and get your questions answered.
Breakfast and lunch are provided. Please wear business casual or
WHEN: Saturday, July 27th, from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM (PDT)
WHERE: D1 Clinic, Health Sciences Building, University of Washington
Edmonds Eye M.D. is seeking a reliable, honest, diligent, and friendly person with a strong work ethic to answer the phones, schedule appointments, learn insurances, collect money from patients and insurances, and post payments.
If an employee wishes to learn to assist a doctor, then medical assistance training will be offered.
No experience required. Part-time or Full-time available.
Please email a resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
If you’re interested in becoming more involved with Education Transforming Community Health (ETCH) and gaining leadership experience, please consider applying for an ETCH officer position for the 2019-2020 school year. In general, the officers work as a team on collective goals. Each officer also has individual responsibilities, which are listed below. Those selected will meet with current officers for training on these tasks.
How are new information technologies affecting health care and medicine? When you visit the doctor, are they using modern information management methods? Are medical errors more likely or less likely to occur with new technologies? And how will new knowledge about the human genome affect health care?
As a career, there are growing opportunities at the intersection of medicine, information science, and big data science. In this new course, we introduce the field of biomedical & health informatics through three modules that focus on current technologies in the field: (1) Electronic health records, (2) simple Data Mining from electronic health data, and (3) Translational bioinformatics & personalized medicine. Each module will include hands-on exercises, and course evaluation will be based primarily on team projects that explore the technologies involved. The team project include both written and analytic portions, where the analysis portion includes a very simple level of programming.
The course meets MW
10:30-12:20, with a lab on Tues 12:30-1:20. There are no prerequisites.
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Launched in 1969 at the University of Washington in Seattle, MEDEX is the second oldest PA program in the U.S., and it remains the country’s largest civilian PA program. Born out of a serious doctor shortage, it was the vision of Dr. Richard A. Smith that helped launch the physician assistant profession. On the occasion of MEDEX’ 50th anniversary, this 20-minute video details the heroic path of Dr. Smith and others to bring PAs into the U.S. medical system.
UW Healthcare Alternative Spring Break (HCASB) is looking for motivated and responsible undergraduates to serve as Team Leaders for next year’s spring break healthcare shadowing trip. Being a Team Leader provides a great leadership opportunity as well as a chance to shadow healthcare professionals for approximately 30-35 hours during spring break in 2020. You will also have the opportunity to expand both your written and verbal communication skills with healthcare professionals and your pre-health peers.
They are looking for undergraduates (first-year through third-year) who will be present on-campus next year and have an interest in healthcare to help set up shadowing positions across Washington, Idaho, and Oregon for Spring Break in 2020.
The Team Leader role includes contacting hospitals and clinics in rural communities throughout the rural Pacific Northwest to arrange shadowing for a small group of pre-health students, reaching out into the community to find host housing, and supervising your group throughout the trip. As you immerse yourself in your shadowing experience, you will have the opportunity to learn and experience healthcare disparities first-hand. You will conclude your trip with community service in the rural community; past opportunities have included inspiring high school students to pursue a post-secondary education as well as teaching a GED class to migrant workers.
If you are interested and want to know more about the Team Leader position, feel free to contact them a at email@example.com.
This position supports BRI’s efforts to inform type 1 diabetes patients and medical providers about the research taking place in our Diabetes Clinical Research Program and to recruit their participation in studies and clinical trials.
• Provide administrative support such as data entry, recruitment supplies inventory, maintaining simple spreadsheets, making copies and other clerical duties as assigned. • Plan and attend screening events at clinics and other sites throughout the Pacific Northwest • Inform patients and medical providers about studies and engage their participation through phone calls, face-to-face conversations, emails and public speaking • Conducting diabetes risk screening visits both off-site and in our clinical research center • Assist with writing, designing and distributing print and online materials, including social media posts, newsletters, brochures, and other duties as assigned. • Must maintain subject and document confidentiality at all times, understand and comply with appropriate protocols and regulations. May be asked to perform phlebotomy.
1) An enrolled university undergraduate Junior, Senior, or recent graduate interested in:
☐ Special Education ☐ Social Work ☐ Psychology ☐ Nursing ☐ Speech Language Pathology ☐ Occupational Therapy ☐ Disability Services ☐ Or a related field?
2) Looking for experience in the field of Autism?
3) Needing some extra cash? ($15 per hour)
Do you have:
☐ 10 or 15 hours a week to work? (flexible hours!) ☐ Reliable transportation? (We are bus-accessible) ☐ A willingness to learn?
Can you start work by: September 9th, 2019 in Bellevue, WA?
If you can answer “YES” to these questions, they have an exciting opportunity for you at Bellevue College, working one-on-one with students! You will receive paid ongoing training, hourly pay, and documentation of your work experience. There is potential for free internship credit as well! This is a valuable opportunity for the right person.
Email your resume and cover letter today to firstname.lastname@example.org to apply.
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UPREP is a collaborative project between the CEDI student affinity groups led by SNMA. UPREP offers monthly workshops to underrepresented minority students and other aspiring future applicants who are interested in pursuing a career in medicine. They offer workshops focusing on topics ranging from AMCAS application, financial aid, writing a personal statement, MCAT prep, interviews, and others.
Their next session of the year is scheduled on:
DATE: Tuesday May 28th
TIME: 6PM – 8PM
PLACE: T-435, Health
This session’s topic will
be: Interview for Medical School
The event itself will constitute of presentation, small group activity, and panelist Q&A. You will have an opportunity to meet and interact with current medical students who like you, have applied to medical schools in the past and want to help you be a successful applicant!
Capillaries: The Journal of Narrative Medicine is a student-run project with the mission of providing students of all majors and backgrounds the opportunity to write and create works of art about their experiences with health and healing and to reflect on community/national/global health issues.
In their past publications, they shared stories of love and loss, of mental health and disordered eating, of coming to terms with one’s identity, and of understanding what it means to be a global citizen in the 21st century. Their journals can be viewed on their website: https://capillariesjournal.weebly.com/journals.html.
They are looking for students to join their team! Positions available include prose editing, poetry editing, project management/public relations, and graphic design.
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