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The primary role of the Medical Scribe is to collaborate with the Interventional Pain Management physician in the documentation of each patient’s medical chart during his/her visit at the Office or Surgery Center. This well developed team member will ensure a smooth/flowing effective program and optimize patient care.
Applicants who are pre-medical students will have a unique and rare opportunity to work directly with a double board certified subspecialist physician on staff at three major Puget Sound hospitals. This will yield profound insight into the daily life of an attending subspecialist physician and the care of medical patients. Adequate performance will result in a letter of recommendation to medical school.
Ideally I’m looking for a pre-med student that wants to work with me for a year while applying to med school. These folks get great exposure and a strong letter of recommendation.
Visit www.jasonattaman.com for more information with the practice!
The hours and day of the week are my clinic schedule;
- Tuesday 10-4 Bellevue
- Wednesday Bellevue, 10-2 (every other Wednesday)
- Friday 10-6 Bellevue
- Saturday 10-5 Bellevue, possibly 10-5 Seattle on alternate Saturdays
Date: Saturday, April 8th
Time: 8:00 am to 3:30 pm
For prospective students, pre-med clubs, incoming students, and pre-med advisers:
7:00 am Check-in for Run for Your Life 5k (Butler-Haney Hall)
8:00 am Run For Your Life 5k
Open House check-in (Butler-Haney Hall foyer)
PNWU Community Health Fair (Butler-Haney Hall foyer)
10:00 am Open House opening session (Butler-Haney Hall Temple Auditorium)
11:00 am Breakout session 1
Noon Lunch break
12:30 pm Breakout session 2
1:30 pm Breakout session 3
2:30 pm Breakout session 4
Breakout sessions being offered this year:
1. Financial Aid (paying for medical school)
2. A day in the life of a medical student
3. Benefits of Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine/OMM demonstration
4. PNWU application strategies
5. Campus tour
6. Making the transition to Yakima/supporting your medical student
7. Mind the Gap (the academic transition to medical school)
8. Medical Simulation (medical decision making through teamwork in the SIM lab)
Food options will be provided from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm on campus for a fee.
UW’s Student Philanthropy Education Program (SPEP) has opened applications for its 10 leadership positions – due MARCH 26th!
The Student Philanthropy Education Program (SPEP) has opened applications for its 10 leadership positions. SPEP’s mission is to educate students about the impact of philanthropy and to provide leadership opportunities for students. Apply by March 26th or contact Elaine Carpenter (firstname.lastname@example.org) for questions.
Why apply for a SPEP leadership position?
- Because #RealDawgsGiveBack!
- FREE FOOD, always!
- Employers look for leadership experience
- Alumni networking opportunities and mentorship
- Volunteer/service experience
- Insider knowledge of UW Foundation/UW events
- Networking opportunities with UW Foundation board members and Advancement staff
- Non-profit work, marketing and event planning experience
The service period is September 2016- June 2017, with an offsite leadership retreat in Leavenworth WA, in mid-June.
Please send Elaine Carpenter the following before March 26th at 11:59 pm to secure your interview spot. Times are first come first serve:
- Which position(s) they are interested in
- Available interview times (March 30, 31 and April 3,4 between 9AM and 4PM)
- (Unofficial) Transcript
Do you have a passion for teaching? Do you enjoy helping others succeed? Do you want to enhance your own skills?
CLUE can help you reach these goals!
CLUE is currently accepting applications for; Chemistry, Math, Physics, Writing , Chinese, Spanish, Computer Science and Biology.
See information on the CLUE website, under the tab ‘Work With Us’
Applications are due Friday, March 24th by 11pm
Email email@example.com with questions or concerns.
The King County Medical Society (KCMS) Student Shadowing Program was created to help connect students with opportunities to observe the medical field in a clinical setting. The shadowing experience is intended to help students decide whether medicine is truly something they wish to pursue by watching a physician’s daily activities in an effort to learn and see the environment of a physician in practice. This experience will provide students a “real-life” view of the medical field.
A growing trend for medical school admissions is an emphasis on physician shadowing experience. The KCMS Shadowing Program is dedicated to aiding students in meeting that recommendation by providing an online database of member physicians located in Seattle/King County who are available to provide shadowing opportunities to pre-medical students.
The role of the Advisor:
– Informing your students about the Pre-Med Student Shadowing Program
– Verifying that they meet the KCMS Student Shadowing Requirement of being in ‘junior or beyond’ standing
– Sending them to the KCMS website
The role of the Student:
– Filling out an application on the KCMS website, www.kcmsociety.org
– Requesting a Letter of Recommendation from their advisor (you)
– Submitting a completed application
– Contacting their assigned physician and scheduling their shadowing hours
The role of the KCMS:
– Reviewing applications
– Answering Student Shadowing Program questions
– Matching students with physicians
– Recruiting KCMS physician-members to provide shadowing opportunities
KCMS will be working with various Community Health Clinics to provide shadowing opportunities in public health.
UW scholarships from alumni to undergrads: Class of 1962, 1957, 1954 Scholarships now available – apply by April 6!
UW alumni provide scholarships to current UW students through a number of different programs. Three of these alumni scholarship programs opened applications today! Please encourage students in all fields to consider applying. Award amounts range from $1,000-$2,000. The deadline for all three is April 6, 2017. Attached is a flyer for posting where applicable.
UW Class of 1962 Endowed Scholarship provides financial assistance to current undergraduate students (all class levels) at UW. The donors to this endowment, members of the University of Washington Class of 1962, wish to target support to students who may not qualify for financial aid but for whom the cost of attending the University poses significant financial challenges. The donors aim to fund “the gap”: the growing number of middle-class students, many of whom do not qualify for federal funding or Husky Promise and must take out student loans and work full- or part-time to support their education. Get additional details and access the online application at http://expd.uw.edu/expo/
Class of 1962 Endowed Scholarship Website: Description. The Class of 1962 Endowed Scholarship was developed to commemorate the 1962 alumni’s collective experience at UW.
UW Class of 1957 Scholars Award is sponsored by the UW Alumni Class of 1957 to provide scholarship support to outstanding undergraduate students at UW. The scholarship shall be awarded to current sophomores, juniors and seniors based upon their academic merit and financial need. (Graduating seniors are not eligible unless they are intend to enroll as a full-time student summer or fall quarter 2017.) Get details and apply at http://expd.uw.edu/expo/
UW Class of 1954 Achievement Scholarship will be awarded to outstanding students at UW who, by their achievements and goals, enrich society and themselves. Scholarships are awarded to current UW juniors and seniors on the basis of academic merit and extra-curricular activities. Funding may be used to support activities engaged in during the Summer of 2017. Learn more and apply at http://expd.uw.edu/expo/
DPT Education Virtual Fair
April 26, 2017 (9 am-9 pm ET)
APTA invites you and your students to register for a free DPT Education Virtual Fair scheduled on April 26, 2017 from 9:00 am to 9:00 pm ET. This fair will allow users to participate in live chats with Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) programs from across the country. Your students can use the fair to find the best DPT program for them, ask questions from the comfort of a computer, and get tips on how to best prepare for the admissions process. Attendees must register in advance for this free event. Learn more and register. Our partner, CareerEco, is available to respond to questions about the fair at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Are you interested in working with kids who have type 1 diabetes and learning more about diabetes management? If so, the American Diabetes Association (ADA) has a volunteer opportunity for you! Join us for ADA Camp Sealth on Vashon Island, which is taking place this year from Monday, July 31 to Saturday, August 5. The ADA camp is the only diabetes camp in the country that’s integrated into a traditional summer camp, so our campers can attend with their family and friends without diabetes! The ADA’s role is to manage all of the medical care for the campers with diabetes so they can focus on having fun at summer camp.
We have two volunteer roles for students: medical assistants and diabetes counselors. Medical assistants help campers with testing their blood sugar before meals and bedtime, treat low blood sugars, and fill in for other staff as needed. We ask that medical assistants plan to attend camp for at least three days and two nights. Diabetes counselors are assigned to a specific cabin and accompany their campers on activities throughout the week to help with diabetes management. We ask that these volunteers attend camp for the whole week.
Room and board is provided for all volunteers. No prior experience is needed, as there will be training before camp to teach you everything you need to know!
If you’re interested in volunteering at camp, please contact Kelsey Stefanik-Guizlo by June 15 at email@example.com.
The 11th Annual I-DOC (Improving Diversity in Optometric Careers) program will take place on the campus of The Ohio State University from July 10 – 12, 2017. We welcome applications from your students through our April 1 deadline. I-DOC is an intensive three-day residential program that introduces participants to the profession of optometry. The purpose of I-DOC is to attract ethnically underrepresented minority undergraduate college students to careers in optometry. Thirty spots are available for the program this summer with financial assistance covering all meals, on-campus housing, activities, and airfare for those travelling to Columbus up to $500.
Application information, eligibility, and more information can be found at www.optometry.osu.edu/idoc
The School of Pharmacy at Pacific University is excited to announce a wonderful opportunity to further explore a career in pharmacy. You are invited to attend an event to learn more about Pacific University’s Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) program, which is an accelerated 3-year PharmD. Pacific PharmD students benefit from an interprofessional curriculum, and have the opportunity to provide international healthcare with their peers.
The School of Pharmacy will be hosting a Spring Open House on Wednesday, April 12th from 6:00-8:00pm. This is a great opportunity to learn more about the program and how to apply.
Open House Registration: Please RSVP
You may also find more details about this event on our website: http://pacificu.edu/future-graduate-professional/colleges/college-health-professions/areas-study/pharmacy/admissions
I look forward to meeting you on the Health Professions Campus in Hillsboro.
Join UW’s Pre-PT club on 3/8 to hear from Eastern Washington University’s PT Admissions representative! (RSVP by 3/3)
Are you interested in a career as a doctor of physical therapy? The University of Washington Pre Physical Therapy club is hosting a meeting open to all students from the greater Seattle area on Wednesday, March 8th at 6:30 PM in Thomson Hall, Room 202. Guest speaker Debra Dickerson, an admissions representative from Eastern Washington University’s physical therapy program, will be joining us to share her insights on the application process and how to be successful. Don’t miss out on this once in a lifetime opportunity!
If you would like to attend, please send an RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, March 3rd. You may direct any questions about the meeting here as well. A map of the University of Washington campus can be found at http://www.washington.edu/maps/.
Host: Community, Environment, and Planning (CEP) major, and the College of Built Environments
When: Friday, March 3rd, 2017 @ 4pm
Where: 322 Gould Hall, UW
Who: We are honored to host four panelists that have lived with these struggles and are willing to share their stories. The panel will be moderated by two accomplished housing justice advocates, Polly Trout of Patacara Community Services and David Delgado of Peter’s Place.
Description from our facebook event: Following the success of our Q & A panel last quarter, CEP and the College of Built Environments are delighted to host another panel in our series on homelessness. This time we are shifting the spotlight onto experiences of homelessness that are the most stigmatized. We hope to foster a culture of empathy and challenge the narrative that some unhoused folks are more deserving of services and compassion than others. We are honored to host four panelists that have lived with these struggles and are willing to share their stories. The panel will be moderated by two accomplished housing justice advocates, Polly Trout of Patacara Community Services and David Delgado of Peter’s Place.
Are you interested in healthcare administration? Consider applying to the Health Informatics and Health Information Management (HIHIM) major!
The HIHIM autumn 2017 regular application deadline is May 1. The early admission deadline of February 15th just passed, but we are still accepting applications for the regular admission deadline of May 1, 2017 for autumn admission.
If you would like to meet with an adviser to discuss your qualifications for this program, please contact Connie Montgomery, Counseling Services Coordinator at email@example.com and she will arrange an appointment or answer any questions that you have!
To learn more about applying check out our web site at: http://www.healthinformationmanagement.uw.edu/admissions/