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Educational Symposium

Thursday, June 23

Time

Workshop/ Presenter(s)

Workshop Description

Location

7 a.m.

Healthy Start to the Day

CAPT Rob Tosatto

Medical Reserve Corps

Start your day with some blood-pumping fun. CAPT Rob Tosatto, Medical

Reserve Corps will lead you through a variety of exercises and yoga poses that

will get your heart rate up and your muscles worked out. You can make this as

challenging as you like, but the key first step is to show up.

Delta A

Lobby

8:30 a.m.

ZUMBA®

Michael Curtis,

Zumba Instructor

Pretty much the best workout ever. Dance to great music, with great people,

and burn a ton of calories!

Delta A

Lobby

9 a.m.

Texting and Driving,

Slim Chance of Surviving

Alan and Angela Hefter

Founders, Jacob Hefter Foundation

Alan and Angela Hefter founded the Jacob Hefter Foundation, in honor of their

son, Jacob Hefter. The Hefter’s share their story about the dangers of texting

and driving and the tragedy that struck their family due to this epidemic.

Participates will have an opportunity to make a pledge to be text free drivers

and help to keep lives safe, one pledge at a time.

Presidential

Chamber A

9 a.m.

Bugs and Drugs: Will “Super Bugs”

Rule theWorld?

Cameron Phillips, Joshua Sanchez

University of Colorado

Skaggs School of Pharmacy

Fourth Year Students

While many highly effective antimicrobials exist, microbes are constantly

changing and some are developing resistance, leaving us with “super bugs”

that are immune to currently available treatments. Learn about the challenges

that exist in this realm and the roles each of us can play to make sure drugs are

used safely and effectively.

Presidential

Chamber B

9 a.m.

Medical Device Innovation

Asmita Khanolkar, Alekh Beri

CeQur Corporation

Manufacturing Engineers

The medical device industry is growing and offering new products and

innovation to save and improve patients’ lives. In 2017, growth is expected to

continue, reaching approximately $300 billion. The device industry provides

a great career path for students interested in both medicine and engineering.

Choose various paths within the device industry involving research, design,

engineering, manufacturing, automation, patient clinical studies, regulatory,

quality, human factors engineering, sales and marketing. It is a very rewarding

job to bring a product from concept to market that will benefit thousands of

patients.

Presidential

Board

Room B

9 a.m.

You Too Can Make an IMPACT

on theWorld

Dr. Dawn Barton Cadwallader

LIFE University

This inspirational workshop is an introduction into the world of chiropractic,

nutrition, and sports health science and the endless possibilities that

individuals can pursue in order to have a career and life of their dreams based

on natural health. Students will be guided to define their purpose in life and

how to make an impact on the world by living a life of their dreams while

creating miracles for themselves and others.

Lincoln A

HOSA — FUTURE HEALTH PROFESSIONALS

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