UW SNMA (Student National Medical Association) - Diversifying the Face of Medicine through Community Outreach and Service Learning.
Hi SNMA friends!
We're hosting another DOCTOR FOR A DAY workshop with high school students from the Highline school district as part of their career exploration day. Doctor for a Day hosts interactive workshops with youth of color to encourage and inspire them to consider medicine as a career.
We currently seek med student volunteers to help with a mock patient interviewing session.
The date and time are NEXT TUESDAY FEB 14 from 10:35a-12:05p. It'll be at UWMC in the 5th floor T-wing.
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Just wanted to share an event coming up tomorrow, 6-8PM, on UW campus!
Hi SNMA family!
Please spread the word about the UWSOD's upcoming Dental Academy!
Another great opportunity for our youth.
A group of our Doctor For A Day students made it over to the Learn Serve Lead 2016 AAMC conference this weekend! Keep up the hard work!
Highschoolers! College Students!
Don't miss out on this great upcoming event! Spread the word to students interested in a career in medicine!
Please make sure to register at https://students-residents.aamc.org/event/2016-aamc-minority-student-medical-career-fair/
Minority Student Medical Career Fair
Saturday, November 12, 2016
8:00 am – 4:00 pm (Check-in at 7:00)
Washington State Convention Center, Hall 4F
Hi SNMA Fam!
Student National Medical Association is hosting a movie night (in an auditorium!) and would love it if you are able to come. This event will give us the opportunity to explore the broader themes of equity within the context of the national stage and discuss how it may impact our community and our patients.
The 13th is a Netflix original documentary directed by Ava DuVernay and stars Jelani Cobb, Angela Davis, Henry Louis Gates, and many other highly educated people who give a political, statistical, and emotionally driven dissertation on the problems with the racially provoked legislation created by the American government. They do this by using the strong evidence of the incarceration system, corporate funded legislation, and flawed ideas created by the American society and culture. Using this evidence the documentary creates a heartfelt, educational, and thought-provoking documentary that uses strong statistical evidence along with emotionally driven photography to offer a breathtaking understanding of their belief in that modern-day existence of systematic slavery in the United States of America.
WHERE: Turner Auditorium, Health Sciences Building, D-209 (near Courtyard Cafe)
WHEN: November 07, 2016 6-8PM (movie runs approx 1hr, 40mins - we will start at 6:15PM sharp)
There is a max room capacity and food is provided so RSVP for an accurate head count: https://wejoinin.com/sheets/unvzp
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