Pre-Med/Pre-Health Emergency & Wilderness Medicine Program at the U. of Colorado
Pre-health students… The University of Colorado School of Medicine Pre-Med Emergency & Wilderness Medicine Program, designed specifically for undergraduate students (or recent grads) interested in medical, nursing, PA, PT, or dental school (or other related health professions). Registration is now open for three offerings of the program this summer: June 1-13; August 8-20; and August 20 – September 1. 1. The program involves a week on the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus with lectures (mainly by medical school faculty), scenarios, simulation labs, emergency department shadowing, and EMS ride-alongs covering general and emergency medicine and then a week at a camp in the heart of the Rockies where we’ll focus more on wilderness medicine including lectures, lots of scenarios, and a three-day backpacking experience. We are actively seeking a diverse student body. Five to six full scholarships, based on need, are available for each of the sections. See attachment for application. You can learn more about the program at todd.miner<mailto:todd.minerwww.Coloradowm.org http://wms.org/conferences/adventure/ Text-Pre-Med-Emergency-and-Wilderness-Medicine-1.docx
Joyce Fagel, M.A.
Academic Adviser, Science Division
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