West Virginia Rural Health Conference- October 9-11 in Huntington

This is the 27th year of the West Virginia Rural Health Conference, the only rural health conference in the state.

Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) in Pittsburgh Seeking Summer Camp Volunteers

Online Personal Statement Workshop- March 25, 8-9 pm

Choose DO Medical School Expo in Washington, DC- April 11, 5-9:30 pm

Designed for pre-med students, the 2019 Choose DO Medical School Expo will host:
• A special, in-depth look at the osteopathic medical profession and what it means to be a DO
• Presentations provided by a physician, medical school admissions representatives, American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine (AACOM) representatives, and current medical students

Physician Assistant Virtual Fair- April 9

The Importance of Shadowing and Observation Hours Webinar- March 26, 2:30-3:30

Webinar: Experience Your Future: The Importance of Shadowing and Observation Hours

Need Volunteer Hours? Ultrasound Competition- March 26, 5-8 pm

The Ultrasound Interest Group is currently looking for 8-12 volunteers to participate in a school-wide ultrasound competition. The competition will be 3/26 and run from 5-8 pm. Pre-med students would help with check-in and then be used as models for ultrasounds. This is an easy way to get some volunteer hours, learn about ultrasound, and network with medical students and the Ruby ER staff. Any interested students can email wvu.usig@gmail.com to sign up. 

Introduction to Global Health in Ecuador

Are you passionate about improving health outcomes and equity for people worldwide? Are you curious what Global Health even means?
 
Advanced undergraduates and early health professions students with a minimum GPA of 2.5 are invited to enroll in KEI's Introduction to Global Health course offered in Guayaquil, Ecuador this summer (June 15-29, 2019). Students can also participate in an optional internship June 29-July 13, 2019). Fees, which include tuition/credit, room and board, and in-country transfers, field trips, and assistance, are $2750 for the course by itself, or $3500 for the course and the internship. Academic credit is available via Lincoln University. Instruction will be in English; Spanish fluency, though helpful, is certainly not required! Course topics will include comparative medicine, non-communicable diseases, humanitarian crises, and foreign aid.
 
For program details, click here.
 
Contact Benjamin Silverberg, MD (benjamin.silverberg@hsc.wvu.edu) for more information.

AAMC Virtual Medical School Fair- February 21 from 11am to 8pm

School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences Virtual Open House- February 18-22