American Diabetes Association Volunteer Opportunity

Are you interested in working with kids who have type 1 diabetes and learning more about diabetes management? If so, the American Diabetes Association (ADA) has a volunteer opportunity for you! Join us for ADA Camp Sealth on Vashon Island, which is taking place this year from Monday, July 31 to Saturday, August 5. Our camp is the only diabetes camp in the country that’s integrated into a traditional summer camp, so our campers can attend with their family and friends without diabetes! The ADA’s role is to manage all of the medical care for the campers with diabetes so they can focus on having fun at summer camp.

We have two volunteer roles for students: diabetes counselors and medical assistants. Diabetes counselors are assigned to a specific cabin and spend the week accompanying their campers on fun activities to help with diabetes management. Medical assistants help campers with testing their blood sugar before meals and bedtime, treat low blood sugars, and fill in for other staff as needed. Room and board is provided for all volunteers. No prior experience is needed, as there will be training before camp to teach you everything you need to know!

If you’re interested in volunteering at camp, please complete an application at our kstefanikguizlo.

Posted by

Joyce Fagel, M.A.

Academic Advisor, Advising & Success Coaching Center

Room 5229

Phone: 206-546-6984

For appointment: 206-546-4559

UWSoD Dive into Dentistry Day July 8th

Hello,

I am a second year dental student at the UW and helping organize Dive into Dentistry Day this year. Could you please forward the message below to all your pre-dental students? I have attached a poster in this email advertising the event. Thank you!

Are you currently in undergrad interested in becoming a dentist? Or a full-fledged predental looking for an opportunity to boost your resume and learn the ins and outs of dental school? Predental ASDA sponsored Dive into Dentistry Day gives you the chance to get hands on, real life experience of what dentistry and dental school is all about. This year’s Dive into Dentistry Day is going to be awesome! With current UW dental students and faculty running the show, you’ll get a chance to learn all about life at UWSOD. We’ll teach you how to drill and fill a cavity preparation, sculpt a tooth out of wax, suture, take an impression, and pour a stone model. By the time you’re done, you’ll practically be ready to work with your own patients! This is a great opportunity to learn about dental school, meet some fellow pre-dents, get all your questions answered, and build up those ever important resumés! If that isn’t enough, Memory Brock, the UWSOD’s the UWSOD’s Assistant Director of Admissions will have a presentation about admissions here at the UW! Breakfast and lunch are provided! Don’t miss out on this amazing opportunity!

WHEN: Saturday, July 8th, 2017 from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM (PDT)

WHERE: D1 Clinic, Health Sciences Building, University of Washington

Ticket sales are available here until June 29th with limited spots: https://diveintodentistryday.eventbrite.com

Thank you and looking forward to meeting all of you all! Please support this event on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/events/1894475890823254/

Please contact me, Manvir Kaur, with any questions at manvirk. Hope to see you all there!!!

Manvir Kaur

ASDA Pre-Dental Chair

DDS Candidate, Class of 2020

University of Washington School of Dentistry

The above email may contain patient identifiable or confidential information. Because email is not secure, please be aware of associated risk of email transmission. If you are communicating with a UW School of Dentistry Provider or Researcher via email, your acceptance of the risk and agreement to the conditions for email communications is implied (See http://uwmedicine.washington.edu/global/compliance/pages/risks-of-using-email.aspx
which has been adopted by School of Dentistry).

Confidentiality Notice: This e-mail message and any attachments are for the sole use of the intended recipient(s) and may contain confidential and privileged information. Any unauthorized review, use, disclosure, distribution or copying is prohibited. If you are not the intended recipient(s), please contact the sender by replying to the e-mail and destroy/delete all copies of this e-mail message. See our Notice of Privacy Practices at http://www.dental.washington.edu/compliance/.

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Upcoming Bastyr event for prospective ND students

Bastyr Experience:
Naturopathic Medicine
Spend a day at Bastyr and do an in-depth exploration of the doctorate in naturopathic medicine. Discover why this program is internationally renowned for its curriculum, clinical training and research.

• Learn about naturopathic medicine philosophy, modalities, treatment methods and the profession.

• Learn about our clinical training program.

• Tour campus, meet current students.

• Enjoyed a complimentary lunch prepared by our award-winning dining commons.

Friday, June 2, 9 a.m. – 3:15 p.m.

14500 Juanita Dr., NE, Kenmore WA 98028

To register, go to Bastyr.edu >Visit >Admissions Events

Nancy Desmond

Assistant Director, Admissions

BastyrUniversity

14500 Juanita Dr. NE

Kenmore, WA 98028

P 425-602-3332 | F 425-602-3090

www.bastyr.edu

Interested in an in-depth exploration of the ND program? On June 2, 2017 we will have a daylong event covering many aspects of the program. For more information, click here.

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Follow us on social media!

Check out our prerequisite guide for course equivalencies: www.bastyr.edu/guides

Bastyr University Kenmore Campus Tour 2016 (video) – YouTube

Discover Bastyr-ND-June 2017 flyer.pptx

Volunteer Opportunities – Pre-Dental/Pre-Health

Greater Seattle Cares Volunteer Opportunities – Pre-Dental/Pre-Health

Posted on May 16, 2017 by Hailey Zurcher

Greater Seattle cares (www.greaterseattlecares.org) is a very small non-profit organization that provides regular logistical support to 4 of the 12 homeless encampments in the Puget Sound area, as well as sporadic support to many others.

In conjunction with the dental program, a collaboration with Medical Teams International, they have also been running a denture program to help patients identified on the MTI van as needing dentures or other follow-up care. They work with Seattle Dental and Denture Arts on 3rdAve. in downtown Seattle to get these patients the care they need that cannot be provided on the mobile clinic. This means a lot of patient navigation – helping patients make appointments, checking in to see if they went, helping them take the next step.

As both the frequency of the MTI visits and the number of patients needing follow-up care grows, Greater Seattle Cares needs help with this program! Descriptions of these positions can be found on our website at http://greaterseattlecares.org/ways-to-help/volunteer-opportunities/volunteer-opportunities-operations/

Mobile Clinic Volunteer

§ Description:The Mobile Clinic Volunteers provide on-site coordination when the Medical Teams International (MTI) dental van comes to Tent City 3 (TC3). Their responsibilities include:

o Assure that the patients on the sign-up sheet are ready to be seen when the dentist is ready.

o Make sure the patients fill out the necessary paperwork in the chart.

o Make sure the charts are returned to the Dental Program Manager after the clinic is over.

o Provide a list to the Dental Program Manager of patients who need follow-up services.

§ Level of Commitment:One shift (either 7-11 am or 11 am-3 pm) on the Saturdays when MTI comes to TC3.

§ Duration:At least two shifts over the course of a year.

§ When/Where:The MTI mobile clinic visits TC3 one Saturday per month, providing services between 8:00 – 2:00. The location varies, as TC3 moves from site to site every three months, usually somewhere on the west side of Lake Washington, from Shoreline to Tukwila.

§ Skills/Tools:Responsible, organized, non-judgmental. You will need your own transportation to get to the clinics sites.

§ Committee Chair:Cindy Roat

Dental Case Manager

§ Description:The Dental Case Manager helps find services for patients who need more care than they can receive on the Medical Teams International (MTI) Mobile Dental Clinic. Greater Seattle Cares works with a dentist and denturist in downtown Seattle, as well as with Project Access Northwest at Swedish Medical Center. Some camp residents just need the phone numbers, others need assistance in setting up appointments, while some actually need to be taken to appointments or taken back to camp after oral surgery. Many need help in navigating the system and they all benefit from having someone who cares about how the appointment went and how they’re recuperating. Each Dental Case Manager will start navigating one patient and may take on more depending on interest and commitment.

§ Level of Commitment:A half-hour per week for the course of the needed treatment. The need can be as short as one phone call or as long as 6 months, depending on the patient.

§ Duration:One year commitment is requested

§ When/Where:Varies by location of the homeless camps; denturist and dental schools are in Seattle but much work can be done by phone.

§ Skills/Tools:Responsible, organized, non-judgmental, patient. Good communication and follow up skills, positive attitude, access to a phone.

§ Committee Chair:Cindy Roat

Dental Program Manager

§ Description:The Dental Program Manager oversees the dental program, acting as a liaison between Tent City 3 (TC3) and Medical Teams International (MTI), and coordinating the all the dental program volunteers. The Program Manager:

o Stores a locked filing cabinet with the dental charts.

o In coordination with MTI and Husky Health Bridge (HHB), arranges dates for the MTI dental clinic to visit TC3 or other homeless encampments supported by Greater Seattle Cares.

o Informs SHARE’s Tent City Organizer of the clinic dates.

o Delivers an appointment sign-up sheet to camp a week before the clinic date, either in person or through the SHARE TCO.

o Calls the camp on the Friday before the clinic to get patients’ names; pulls charts for patients who have been seen before.

o Makes up blank charts.

o Delivers all charts (blank and for prior patients) to the Mobile Clinic Volunteer or to the camp the morning of the clinic.

o Assures pick up of the charts and secure storage after the clinic.

o Finds Dental Case Managers to work with patients who need follow-up care.

o Provide an informal monthly email report to the Greater Seattle Cares board about dental program activity.

§ Level of Commitment:About 3-4 hours per clinic.

§ Duration:One year commitment is requested.

§ When/Where:One week a month before a scheduled clinic; work can be done from home.

§ Skills/Tools:Excellent organizational skills, good communication and follow up skills; your own transportation to be used to get to Tent City 3.

§ Committee Chair:Cindy Roat

Please email Manvir Kaur at manvirk if you are interested in any of these volunteer positions.

Explore Health Careers newsletter

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ExploreHealthCareers.org Newsletter

May, 2017

Modern Healthcare reported last week that health care hiring jumped by 19,500 jobs in April. Not surprising when you consider the Bureau of Labor Statistics analysis expects it to be the fastest growing employment industry between 2014 and 2024. This month, we highlight careers in promising health care fields, provide prep for dental school applicants and help you find a job.

4 Tips to Survive (and Love) Your First Year as a Nurse.

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Registered nurse Jamille Cañano has figured out how to balance the demands of her intense profession and how to love the job as well! Fortunately for those considering this career path, she has a few tips to help you do the same.

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Horseshoe Crabs & Public Health: They’re Surprisingly Connected.

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From horseshoe crabs to paper cups, you may be surprised to hear how everyday objects contribute to health and well-being. Learn more about the part public health careers play in making our society as healthy as possible.

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ADEA AADSAS® Prep Day Live – First Access to Important ADEA AADSAS Application Videos!

Applying to dental school this June? Don’t miss ADEA AADSAS® Prep Day Live on May 21, where you will have the exclusive chance to review valuable presentations before they are made available to the public. Topics include: What’s New with ADEA AADSAS; The ADEA AADSAS Fee Assistance Program (FAP); ADEA AADSAS Coursework and Perquisites; and the ADA Dental Admission Test (DAT). Don’t miss out; register today on ADEA GoDental.

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Spotlight on Audiology.

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Hearing loss affects as many as 48 million individuals in the U.S., or just over 20 percent of the adult population. Help see what causes it — and how to prevent it — with a career that specializes in communication sciences and disorders.

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Make a Difference for Women.

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Maternal and child health professionals work to promote women’s health, healthy pregnancies and healthy babies. Find out more about this critical public health specialty.

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This Tuesday on SCC campus: Paying for Graduate Health Professional School

Shoreline Community College

Post Baccalaureate Studies for the Health Professions

Spring 2017 Seminar Series

Preparing for Graduate Health Professional Schools?

dental – medical – nutrition – pharmacy –
physician assistant – physical therapy – other?

Join in this series to learn the process and get started!

Tuesdays; 4:00-5:30; Room 2723

May 16 (date change)
Paying
– Guest speaker: Diane Noecker, Director UW School of Medicine Financial Aid.

Next week:

May 23 (date change)
Interviewing
– Learn about MMI, traditional, group interviews
– Practice and receive feedback

Joyce Fagel, M.A.

Academic Advisor, Advising & Success Coaching Center

Room 5229

Phone: 206-546-6984

For appointment: 206-546-4559

UW School of Medicine 2017 Forum Sessions

The UW School of Medicine Admissions office would like to invite you and/or your students to attend our 2017 Admissions Forum Sessions. Forum I will focus on crafting a competitive application and Forum II will focus on preparing for a successful interview. These sessions will be led by the Associate Dean of Admissions, Dr. Carol Teitz.

Forum I: "The Application" – Wednesday, May 17, 4:00 – 5:00 pm

Forum II: "The Interview" – Thursday, June 8, 4:00 – 5:00 pm

Location: UW Health Sciences Building (HSB) T-435, also via live webinar

Registration is required to attend, virtually or in person. Please register for each session individually. If you or your students are unavailable during these times, recordings will also be posted afterwards on our website.

Please feel free to distribute this email or the attached flyer.

Kind regards,

Sonja Lane, M.Ed

Interview and Matriculation Manager

University of Washington School of Medicine

1959 NE Pacific Street, Suite A-300

Seattle, WA 98195-6340

(206) 543-7212

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2017-forum flyer.pdf

Reminder: May 2 workshop at Shoreline CC: Options in Nursing – Multiple Paths to RN

Shoreline’s series Exploring Health Careers is starting next week.

Shoreline Community College

Health Career Exploration Workshops

Learn about a professional field and meet school representatives

Spring 2017 Series

Options in Nursing:
Multiple Paths to RN

Tuesday May 2
12:30-1:30
Room 2723

By Joyce Fagel
Academic Advisor
Shoreline
Community College

Osteopathic
Medicine

Monday May 8
4:00-5:00pm
Room 2723

By Mike Riggins
Admissions Director
Pacific NorthWest University
Osteopathic Medical School

Naturopathic Medicine
and Nutrition

Wednesday May 24
4:00-5:00pm
Room 2723

By representatives
from
Bastyr University

Physician
Assistant

Tuesday May 30
3:00-5:00pm
Room 1102

By John Alvitre
University of Washington
MEDEX Physician

Assistant Program

All students welcome. Free refreshments!

Contact: Joyce Fagel, Academic Advisor, jfagel

Hosted by: Shoreline Post Baccalaureate Studies
for the Health Professions
www.shoreline.edu/post-bacc

Shoreline workshops starts May 2: Applying to Graduate Health Professional School

Shoreline Community College

Post Baccalaureate Studies for the Health Professions

Spring 2017 Seminar Series

Preparing for Graduate Health Professional Schools?

dental – medical – nutrition – pharmacy –
physician assistant – physical therapy – other?

Join in this series to learn the process and get started!

Tuesdays; 4:00-5:30; Room 2723

May 2 – Applying
– Letters of Recommendation
– Choosing Schools
– Primary Application
– Secondary Application

May 9 – Writing the Application Essay
– Learn about essays
– Write a paragraph & review with peers
– Discuss samples

May 16 – Interviewing
– Learn about MMI, traditional, group interviews
– Practice and receive feedback

May 23 – Paying
– Guest speaker: Diane Noecker, Director UW School of Medicine Financial Aid.

All students welcome. Free refreshments!

Contact: Joyce Fagel, Academic Advisor, jfagel

Hosted by: Shoreline Post Baccalaureate Studies
for the Health Professions
www.shoreline.edu/post-bacc

PBS spring 2017 workshop flyer.docx

May 2 workshop at Shoreline CC: Options in Nursing – Multiple Paths to RN

Shoreline’s series Exploring Health Careers is starting next week.

Shoreline Community College

Health Career Exploration Workshops

Learn about a professional field and meet school representatives

Spring 2017 Series

Options in Nursing:
Multiple Paths to RN

Tuesday May 2
12:30-1:30
Room 2723

By Joyce Fagel
Academic Advisor
Shoreline
Community College

Osteopathic
Medicine

Monday May 8
4:00-5:00pm
Room 2723

By Mike Riggins
Admissions Director
Pacific NorthWest University
Osteopathic Medical School

Naturopathic Medicine
and Nutrition

Wednesday May 24
4:00-5:00pm
Room 2723

By representatives
from
Bastyr University

Physician
Assistant

Tuesday May 30
3:00-5:00pm
Room 1102

By John Alvitre
University of Washington
MEDEX Physician

Assistant Program

All students welcome. Free refreshments!

Contact: Joyce Fagel, Academic Advisor, jfagel

Hosted by: Shoreline Post Baccalaureate Studies
for the Health Professions
www.shoreline.edu/post-bacc

PBS spring 2017 explore careers schools flyer.docx