Category Archives: Meeting Info
We only have a few more meetings left until we finish up for this year. You can see the updated schedule by going to the Schedule tab above.
Our final meeting will be elections for next year’s officers. If you’re interested in running for a position or being part of the voting process, make sure to come to the meeting!
See ya! 🙂
Our next meeting will not be until April 8th. The schedule will be updated soon!
Thank you for coming to the conference today. We hope you enjoyed listening to the lectures and getting some hands-on experience today.
If you would like to tell us how it went for you, please click here! We will use your information to help make our next conference even better than today’s event.
We’d like to give a BIG thanks to all of the people who helped make today’s conference possible. Taking time to help high school students on a Saturday really means a lot to us. We’d also like to thank Dr. Hartzell for supporting us to prepare and host this conference!
Hope you all enjoyed today! See you at the next meeting! 🙂
Sorry for the late post, but I hoped you all enjoyed last week’s meeting about Adult Cardiology. I’m sure we all learned a lot from Dr. Friedman. Let’s all be grateful that we can meet and speak with such great doctors!
Also, notes from last week’s meeting are now online! As always, you can find them by clicking on the Meeting Notes tab.
That’s all folks! See you next time. 🙂
There seems to have been some confusion concerning this week’s visit. This post will include some details that are important for tomorrow’s meeting.
October 15th – We are meeting at Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at 4 PM. The Cardiac Lab visit has been moved to November.
Whenever we have a meeting that involves visiting an outside facility, members meet at the entrance to the building being visited. In this case, we will all be meeting at the entrance to NICU at 4.
NICU is located on the second floor at 725 Welch Road, Palo Alto, CA 94304
***Please note that due to expansion efforts at the hospital, entrance routes have been altered. The link above provides more details.
We hope to see you all come to tomorrow’s visit! It should be an interesting experience for all of us.
See you tomorrow! 🙂
I hoped you enjoyed Monday’s meeting! Urgent Care is a crucial part of medicine that definitely deserves a lot of respect.
Let’s also thank Dr. Choi for teaching us on Monday. I’m sure we all learned a lot!
Also, if you would like to have notes from Monday’s meeting, click here.
You can also always find the notes on our Notes page.
That’s all for now folks! See you at the next meeting. 🙂
In yesterday’s meeting, we learned about Public Health from Sejal Parekh, a current pre-med student at Stanford. We got a chance to discuss the different factors that can affect an individual or a community, and hopefully, you all enjoyed Ms. Parekh’s interactive presentation.
After her lecture, she also spoke about the Public Health Advocates Program. If you are interested in participating in this program at your school or in a club, please visit www.tinyurl.com/publichealthadvocates to apply!
If you did not pick up the sheet at the meeting, you can download it here.
Some questions to think about:
- How is public health important in preventing spread of illnesses or diseases within a community?
- Can you think of other examples and their components at different levels? Can you come up with interventions at each of the levels?
- Community Factors (political, social, economic, etc.)
- Individual Health Behaviors
- Health or Disease Risks
- Health or Disease Outcomes
If you have any questions or would like to know more, contact Ms. Parekh at email@example.com
EDIT: Meeting Notes are now online.
See you at the next meeting! 🙂