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Educational Symposium

10 a.m.

45 Health Careers in 45 Minutes

Christina Cormier

Massachusetts College of Pharmacy

and Health Sciences

Do you know what osteopathic doctors, forensic nurses, and transplant

pharmacists do? If not, our interactive session will teach you about these

and over 40 other healthcare careers. More importantly though, our college

admission expert will show you what it takes to apply for healthcare programs

by explaining terms like direct-entry and pre-professional tracks.

Presidential

Chamber A

10 a.m.

Complete Anatomy:

A New Frontier in Digital Education

Alaysia Brown

3D4Medical, Inc.

Complete Anatomy is a highly interactive medical learning platform that has

transformed the way we learn about the human body. We will cover how to

use Complete Anatomy to study more efficiently and improve retention and

show benefits of using our software by highlighting features such as muscle

innervation and motion, nerve tracking, insertion and origin, and parts and

surfaces using our 3D technology. The application’s group functionality

allows users to collaborate with peers, professors and eventually, patients.

This groundbreaking Lecture Builder feature takes users on a guided journey

through custom content created and narrated by top anatomy experts around

the world. This software makes learning anatomy a transformative experience.

Come join the revolution.

Canal B

10 a.m.

T

he Secret is Out: NAF Academy of

Health Sciences + HOSA= Greater

Student Success

Deborah Massengill

Enloe High School HOSA Advisor

Launched in 2011-2012, the NAF Academy of Health Sciences (AOHS)

addresses the need to better prepare future health professionals by providing

a STEM-infused education using health career paths as a vehicle for providing

relevance. Today, there are 11,529 students in 79 academies across 17 states

preparing for careers in the health industry. AOHS curriculum introduces health

careers through exploration courses aligned to the National Health Science

Standards. Courses use project-based learning with an emphasis on literacy,

project management, leadership, and team building skills while fostering

creativity and innovation. Learn how HOSA-Future Health Professionals is the

student-led organization that best supports NAF AOHS programs.

Presidential

Board

Room B

10 a.m.

Public Health 3.0:

Stacking Hands to Improve the

Social Determinants of Health

Doug Wolf

Director of Strategic Initiatives

Boys & Girls Clubs of Columbus

Member, HOSA-100 National

Advisory Council

Solutions to our population’s health do not solely reside in clinics and labs,

but in our communities. Your zip code is a better predictor of your health

outcomes than your genetic code. Traditional approaches to health care

and public health do little to address factors such as education, housing and

neighborhood safety, referred to as social determinants of health (SDOH).

Public Health 3.0 initiative calls for advances in practice to bring multi-sector

partners together to “stack hands” to address SDOH. This shift requires Future

Health Professionals to consider new competencies and collaboration with

non-traditional public and private sector partners. This workshop will provide

public health and SDOH status and how Public Health 3.0 addresses issues,

competency, and practice considerations for HOSA-Future Health Professionals.

Lincoln A

10 a.m.

Innovative Techniques

for Teaching Medical Ethics

Dr. Richard McDermott

Lindsey Reese

Traemus Books

This is an interactive session highlighting innovative teaching of medical ethics

and will include a free copy of Code Blue, a textbook novel designed to cover

the National Health Science Standards. Materials specific to teaching medical

ethics including a medical ethics decision model, mini-cases, sample lecture,

and PowerPoints will be shared. Attendees will be given copyright free use of

the materials used. Advisors will break into groups of five (playing the role of

students) to use the decision model and discussing and providing options for

a real-life medical ethics mini-case study. They will then report on stakeholders

identified, issues, alternatives, and recommendations.

Lincoln B

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2016 INTERNATIONAL LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE

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