Q&A Session: How to Nail Your Med School Interviews
Even though you can’t do your interviews in person, they are still an incredibly important part of your admissions process. Now that your secondaries have been evaluated, you only have one step to go. The only thing standing between you and medical school is a stellar interview. We’ll help you get ready to nail your interviews with this upcoming presentation
. This webinar will include:-
- How the interview process has changed due to COVID-19-
- The most common interview questions-
- An overview of sample MMI scenarios-
- A Q&A session with a Former Admissions Committee Member
To submit your questions for the Q&A, please type them into the “questions & comments” box on the registration page or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Join Dr. Ariana Metchik, a Former Admissions Committee Member from Harvard Medical School, for this free webinar on Wednesday, September 16th at 5:30pm PDT/8:30pm EDT.
Healthcare In The 2020 Election With Mollye Demosthenidy
CPS Internship Fair
The Global Threat of Infectious Disease
Public Health Sophomore Declaration Celebration
Career Wave Signature Series
Aging is Public Health- Older Adults in Louisiana: Observations and Conversations after a Disaster
Public Health Explained
Master Your Future: The Next Step in Your Career
Women Making Waves ” How World Events Ignite Leaders” -Annual Women’s Conference
The State of HIV Access in Low and Middle Income Countries
Finding Your Summer Internship
Combined Degree Application Party
The Future of Health Speaks: Health Innovation – The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly
The Center for Minority Health and Health Disparities Research and Education is hosting a student-led symposium, The Future of Health Speaks: Health Innovation – The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly, on Friday, February 7th, 8:30-1:00 pm. See our flyer for more information, and use the registration link below.
BSPH Grad School Fair
NOLA Ready Volunteer Trainings & Opportunities
Do you have first aid skills and are interested in volunteering for Mardi Gras?
Mardi Gras is right around the corner! The Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) is looking for volunteers for the Mardi Gras First Aid stations. In order to volunteer, you must:
- Have valid and current CPR and First Aid certification
- Attend a mandatory MRC Mardi Gras First Aid Station Training
See below for important information on upcoming CPR and First Aid training, as well as Mardi Gras First Aid Station Trainings.
CPR & First Aid Training – January 16th
If you have an expired or expiring CPR or first aid certification before March 2020, sign-up to attend our next class on Thursday, January 16th from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm at EMS
Headquarters (2929 Earhart Blvd).The link for sign-up can be found Here:
Please bring $8 in cash (exact change please) to cover the cost of the class materials. If you are unable to attend this session, but still need to get your CPR certification updated before Mardi Gras, please email Meredith at email@example.com.
Mardi Gras First Aid Station Trainings
To volunteer at a Mardi Gras First Aid Station, you must attend one of the following training:
- Tuesday, January 21st – 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm (and 8:00 pm – 9:00 pm for leads)
- Thursday, January 30th – 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm (and 8:00 pm – 9:00 pm for leads)
- Saturday, February 1st – 9:00 am – 11:00 am (and 11:00 am – noon for leads)
- Saturday, February 8th – 9:00 am – 11:00 am (and 11:00 am – noon for leads)
This will be a combined training with other volunteers from the New Orleans EMS VIGOR program and the American Red Cross. All trainings will take place at the Red Cross Headquarters (2640 Canal Street).
If you are interested in being a First Aid Station leader, you will be asked to stay for an additional hour of training. Typically, First Aid Station leaders are experienced volunteers who have volunteered at a Mardi Gras First Aid Station in previous years. Have any questions? Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
NOLA Ready CERT training for Houses of Worship
We have 1 spot left in our 2 day NOLA Ready CERT training for Houses of Worship and the faith community on January 18th and January 25th. If you are a member of a house of worship and interested in emergency preparedness and disaster recovery skills, click here to sign up ASAP to grab the last spot for this amazing training.
Bystander Response Trainings
Before help arrives, you can save a life during a medical emergency. This is a condensed two-hour training covering hands-only CPR, Stop the Bleed, and opioid overdose prevention. Upcoming trainings are:
Research for SBC Programming During an Emergency Response: An Example From Zika Webinar
Breakthrough RESEARCH is the United States Agency for International Development (USAID)’s flagship project for social and behavior change (SBC) research and evaluation. Breakthrough RESEARCH supports countries to improve health and development by equipping governments, implementing partners, service delivery organizations, and donors with the data and evidence they need to integrate proven and cost-effective SBC approaches into their programs.
Climate change, increased urbanization and globalization, deforestation and other global or regional trends may result in new emerging infectious diseases and spread of existing diseases to new areas and populations. To learn the latest about research for SBC programming during the Zika response, join Breakthrough RESEARCH for a webinar discussion that will bring together funders, implementers, and researchers.
January 14, 2020, 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM EST, Breakthrough Research Webinar,