Week of December 9th, 2019

"Always laugh when you can. It is cheap medicine." -Lord Byron


Save the Date and Updates

Registration for Kaplan Prep classes are live! Checkout this website for more information (including scholarships for MCAT In Person).


Important Dates, Events, and Opportunities 


Health Professions Club Opportunities:

*Club Meetings are listed on our website on the calendar

Club Meetings are mostly over for the semester. Check back in January for next semester's meeting dates/times.

CHAMP Colorado Homeless Assistance with Medicine ProgramFor students interested in helping assist people applying for Medicaid/medicare, then find primary care providers that accept their insurance and schedule appointments. 
Thursday December 19th | 6-7pm | Clark A204


Relevant On-Campus Events and Opportunities:

HES Speaker Series - Catherine E. Lang P.T., Ph.D.
Researchers have spent decades studying rehabilitation interventions for improving mobility, balance, and upper limb function post stroke. Trial outcomes are measured at the functional capacity level, where capacity is defined as what a person is capable of doing in the structured environment of the clinic or laboratory.  It has long been assumed that improvements in capacity result in improvements in real-world performance, where performance is defined as what a person actually does in daily life, outside of the clinic or laboratory.
This talk will discuss how we use wearable sensors to capture critical aspects of human movement, some of the surprising findings that arise from measuring movement in daily life, and future directions for the field.  Please come for a lively and intellectually stimulating discussion.
Friday December 13th | 3pm | HES Teaching Facility


Other Pre-Human Health Opportunities:

Choose DO Medical School Virtual Expo
AACOM (Association of American Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine) invites you to meet with representatives from up to 36 medical schools from the comfort of your home at their free virtual expo. Learn more, and register here.
January 30th 2020 | 10:00am - 8:00pm ET

Arizona State University master's degrees for pre-health students
Science of healthcare delivery and medical nutrition master's degrees are designed for students pursuing health professions who are seeking academic enhancement. Students get support and resources including MCAT prep and pre-health advising. Student complete capstone projects at diverse healthcare sites such as Mayo Clinic, Banner Health & the Arizona Department of Health Services. Personalized advising sessions are available - schedule now by contacting this email.



Article(s) of the Week 

The Difference between D.O. and M.D. Degrees - USNews & World Report