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Pre-Health Group Advising

Hunter Pre-health advisers will hold a group advising sessions for students with pre-health questions. This session will be held in a classroom setting and will allow students to collectively ask questions of the pre-health advising team and to learn from their pre-health peers. All are welcome, especially first-year students!

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Networking 101 for Pre-Health Students

The ability to network effectively is key to your success as a Pre-Health student. Networking 101 will help you to learn how to present yourself effectively in classes, in interviews, business/social settings or simply when you walk into a room. You will learn:

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Multiple Mini and CASPer Interviews: How to Prepare

A growing number of medical, dental, pharmacy and osteopathic schools of medicine use the Multiple Mini Interview or CASPer methods of selecting applicants to their program. This workshop will explain the goal of the interview formats, what you can expect, what you need to know to be successful, as well as offer a practice scenario, and resources for further exploration. This is a required application planning workshop.

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Fall 2019 Pre-Health Transfer Student Orientation

The Pre-Health Transfer Student Orientation is designed to provide detailed information to transfer students who are new to Hunter College about the Pre-Health program. The path of a Pre-Health undergraduate can be challenging, and being an incoming transfer student can make it even more challenging. This is why we're here to help! Topics to be covered include:

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Fall 2019 Pre-Health Freshmen Orientation

The Pre-Health Freshmen Orientation for students entering Hunter College in Fall 2019, is designed to provide detailed information to students who are new to Hunter College about the Pre-Health Professions Program. Topics to be covered include:

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Fall 2019 Pre-Med Parents' Orientation

Pre-Med parents want what is best for their children, our students. This workshop is geared to help students and parents understand the deferred gratification entailed in obtaining a degree in the health professions and to bridge the gap between parents’ desire for a better life for their offspring and the student’s desire to pursue their passion. This workshop will be split between two panels: a panel of students will share their experiences and the second panel of admissions professionals and academic advisors will help to guide parents through the maze called the Pre-Med Journey.

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The Medical School Interview

Congratulations! The hard part of the medical school admission process is over. Now, you just have to take advantage of the opportunity and secure your seat in medical school. We believe that preparation is Everything. Our workshop is geared to prepare you for your mock interview with a Pre-Health Advisor and the Big Day at the medical school interview. Our workshop will address the kinds of interviews, what medical schools want, how to prepare for the myriad of questions that may be asked of you, what to wear, and interview preparation strategies.

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The MCAT: what to expect and how to prepare for it

So, you've gone through your premed courses, taken your prereqs, done clinical volunteering and research, and are now eyeing your future career as a physician. There's just one problem. You still have to take your MCATs... This Pre-Health event, presented by a Hunter College student who scored a 520+ on the MCAT, is designed to help you figure out how you can structure your own prep so you can score your target scores on the MCAT.

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Student Doctor Speaker Series-Sharon Pang

Join us for an engaging discussion with Sharon Pang. Sharon is currently a second-year medical student at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. She graduated from the Macaulay Honors program at Hunter College in 2017 with a major in Biochemistry and Religion, and a minor in Human Rights.

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How To Get An A In Organic Chemistry

This workshop will give a brief overview of Organic Chemistry I & II. What to expect and how to study for these courses. Students who will be taking Organic Chemistry I & II in the upcoming 2019-2020 academic year are encouraged to attend.

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Stop the Bleed training for Pre-Health Students

The ability to recognize life-threatening bleeding in someone who is injured and effectively assist that person can save a life. A person can bleed to death in under five minutes, and it often takes longer than that for medical personnel to arrive. Members of the public can be the difference between life and death in a trauma situation if they know what to do. STOP THE BLEED is a program that teaches basic bleeding-control techniques including wound packing and tourniquet applications. This program is usually taught to medical students however we have the opportunity for Hunter College students to learn these techniques in classes taught by physicians from Weill Cornell Medicine. There is also the option to receive a certificate at the end of the training. During Stop the Bleed training, you will learn how to: Determine if an area is safe for you to proceed toward a victim to provide assistance Identify any nearby tools to assist you such as a publicly placed bleeding control kit or everyday items that can be used to control bleeding. Use your hands to apply direct pressure at the site of the wound to stop bleeding Pack a deep wound with cloth or gauze to control bleeding Correctly apply a tourniquet to an injured limb to stop bleeding Keep the victim calm until help arrives Category:

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How To Get An A In General Chemistry

This workshop will give a brief overview of General Chemistry I & II. What to expect and how to study for these courses. Students who will be taking General Chemistry I & II in the upcoming 2019-2020 academic year are encouraged to attend.

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How To succeed in Biochemistry

This workshop will give a brief overview of Biochemistry I and II (CHEM 376/377) and Biological Chemistry (Bio 300/301). What to expect and how to study for these courses. This workshop will be presented by Rana Mekawy (Previous Biochemistry I & II Tutor and TA) and Besmira Alija (Biology Tutor and TA) who succeeded in BIO 300/301. Students who will be taking Biochemistry (CHEM 376/377) & Biological Chemistry (BIO 300/301) in the upcoming 2019-2020 academic year are encouraged to attend.

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How To Get An A In General Biology

This workshop will give a brief overview of General Biology I & II. What to expect and how to study for these courses. Students who will be taking General Biology I & II in the upcoming 2019-2020 academic year are encouraged to attend.

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How to succeed as a Pre-Health student at Hunter College Panel Discussion

Join us for a panel discussion with current undergraduates and Post Bacc students who will share tips and techniques on how to succeed as a Pre-Health student. Pre-Health students must achieve a grade of B or better in all science courses, engage in research and gain clinical exposure in order to be considered competitive applicants. Come and hear how other Pre-Health students balance these commitments while juggling their academic and extracurricular activities. This panel discussion is strongly recommended for new freshmen, transfer and Post Baccs students.

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Fall 2019 Pre-Health Freshmen Make-up Orientation

The Pre-Health Freshmen Orientation is for students entering Hunter College in fall 2019, is designed to provide detailed information to students who are new to Hunter College about the Pre-Health Professions Program. Topics to be covered include:

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Time management for Pre-Health Students

Learning how to effectively manage your time will be one of the most important skills you will need to acquire in order to be successful. Reducing anxiety and procrastination, eliminating cramming, increasing motivation, and gaining extra time are a few of the many advantages of learning how to effectively manage time. Join for this workshop that will help you to maximize your time. This is a required workshop for Pre-Health students.

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2020-2021 Committee Letter Application Workshop

The Committee Letter workshop organized by the Pre-Health Office to provide each undergraduate applicant or re-applicant with valuable information about preparing your Committee Letter Application and your medical, dental, optometry, podiatry or veterinary school application. This includes guidelines for preparing personal statements and other parts of the application. These guidelines are presented to help applicants to craft their personal statements and other parts of their Committee Letter Application. In order to submit a Committee Letter Application and receive either a committee letter or letter packet, you must attend one of the workshops.

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Interviewing 101 for Pre-Health Student

Learn the skills you will need to perform well in interviews for clinical volunteering experiences, research assistant positions, medical assistant positions, and others.

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Resume Writing 101 for Pre-Health Students

Resume writing and networking are vital skills for advancing your professional and academic career. Learn how to show off your experience and connect with people who can guide you on your professional path. If you are planning to apply for volunteering, internships and research opportunities, this workshop is for you.

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Medical School Application Planning 101

This workshop will offer a step-by-step detailed action plan for students to follow with the intention of providing them with the framework for a strong and comprehensive application. The workshop will break down the students’ responsibilities as an applicant by year, and provide different scenarios and paths that perhaps they haven’t considered but that will lead to a more competitive application. This a required workshop for 2020-2021 medical school applicants

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American Red Cross at Hunter College Volunteer Orientation

The American Red Cross at Hunter College will host an info-session for Pre-Health students. The event will provide information on opportunities for community outreach. You will receive Red Cross volunteer hours for attending this meeting, Information to register with us will be included below. It is recommended to complete registration as soon as possible to begin accumulating hours. The registration includes an online orientation where you will learn about the Red Cross mission and some information on some of volunteers opportunities. We will have plenty of these opportunities available for you to RSVP to for the weeks following the meeting. These opportunities include; Volunteer work in Disaster Services, Home Fire Preparedness training, Psychological First Aid, Soup Kitchens, Blood Drives, Mass Care and Sheltering. We will explain how each of these events helps in the betterment of those in our communities. We're looking forward to meeting you!

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Spanish and Community Health in Latin America Study Abroad Information Session

Dr. Jorge Nowalski will discuss the Spanish and Community Health summer program in Costa Rica. Hunter College joins forces with the International Center for Development Studies (ICDS) and Hospital Clinica Biblica to offer students planning to enter health professions a six-week program, which will provide them the opportunity to explore health care issues in a developing country while furthering their Spanish language skills and gaining an understanding of the life and culture of Costa Rica. The Spanish for Health Sciences offers two levels of Spanish language instruction, intermediate and advanced. Students will be placed in the appropriate level based on an oral placement exam taken upon arrival. The course will prepare students to interview patients, complete patients' files and medical reports, and read texts of medical relevance effectively. The Health Care in Latin America course is intended to create a unique experience for students interested in Latin American and Caribbean Health issues.

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How to MCAT Series: Conquering CARS

You've put in the work for your science classes. You know cellular organelles and ATP production pathways like the back of your hand. There's just one problem for you - that dreaded CARS section. Conquering CARS by a 99+% CARS scoring MCAT tutor can help you streamline the process and attain your MCAT goals!

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Pre-Health Group Advising

Hunter Pre-health advisers will hold a group advising sessions for students with pre-health questions. This session will be held in a classroom setting and will allow students to collectively ask questions of the pre-health advising team and to learn from their pre-health peers. All are welcome, especially first-year students!

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Community Service Volunteering for Pre-Health Students

Neha Surender, the Let's Get Ready College Access Managing Director will discuss the importance of community service and will be recruiting volunteers for the program. Let's Get Ready is an educational non-profit offering SAT preparation and application counseling to high school students from underrepresented backgrounds. Volunteers will be trained to serve as tutors and mentors.

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Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell Linkage Visit (For Post Bacc certificate students only)

Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell will host Hunter Post Bacc certificate program students for a linkage information session and campus tour on Saturday, September 21st. To qualify or be considered for the Hofstra linkage program, you must have a 3. 5 undergraduate GPA and maintain a 3.75 GPA or higher while enrolled in the Hunter College Post Bacc program. If you are interested in attending you must RSVP by September 10th.

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The Royal Veterinary College, University of London Information Session

The Royal Veterinary College is one of the world’s leading specialist institutions of veterinary medicine, biosciences and veterinary nursing. The College supports a practical learning experience, where students are exposed to a small animal referral hospital, a first-opinion practice, an equine hospital, a farm, diagnostic services and the opportunity to continue professional development. The small animal referrals hospital is the largest and most highly regarded teaching hospital in Europe, with Europe’s greatest concentration of 95 veterinary specialists (from over 20 countries), and treats over 7,000 cases each year. In 2013, the RVC achieved the unique distinction of being the only veterinary school in the world to hold full accreditation from American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), European Association of Establishments for Veterinary Education (EAEVE), Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS) and Australasian Veterinary Boards Council Inc (AVBC).

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Personal Statement and Experiences Workshop

The experiences and personal statement sections of your common application bridge the gap between a description of you as a scientist and humanitarian and the metrics provided by your test scores and GPA. Medical institutions need to affirm your temperament and commitment to your intended profession. Your experiences and personal essay are a window into your non-academic mindset. This workshop will take you from brainstorming to strategies for writing your personal statement in the most advantageous light and writing self-reflective experiences. This a required workshop for 2020-2021 Committee Letter applicants.

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Research Speaker Series: Sun Young (Sunny) Chung

Join us for our inaugural research speaker series. Sunny Chung is a Hunter College alumnus, working in the lab of the award-winning scientist, Dr. Lorenz Studer at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. She has been doing neuroscience research since high school and has worked in several labs studying neurological diseases. In her current role, she has published several papers elucidating the mechanisms of Parkinson's disease using embryonic and induced/patient-derived stem cells. Prior to working at MSKCC, she studied Alzheimer's disease at Weill Cornell and completed a summer research internship at the Harvard Stem Cell Institute. This is a great networking opportunity. Bring your questions. Category:

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Gap Year Information Session: Teach for America

Teach for America is a diverse network of leaders who confront educational inequality through teaching and work with an unwavering commitment from every sector of society to create a nation free from this injustice. Teach For America finds outstanding leaders who commit to expanding educational opportunity, beginning with at least two years teaching in an under-resourced public school. Working shoulder-to-shoulder with students, educators, and community members, corps members go beyond traditional expectations to support the academic and personal growth of their students. The impact corps members have in the classroom fuels a lifelong commitment to their students and shape the trajectory of their lives and careers.

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Pre-Health Group Advising for Transfer Student

The Pre-Health Advising Office will hold a group advising session for transfer students. This session will cover the requirements for a Pre-Health file, Committee Letter and address any other questions or concerns you may have. Many successful Pre-Health students begin their careers at community or other colleges and universities. We strongly encourage you to get involved in the Hunter College Pre-Health community.

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Fall 2019 Pre-Health Clubs and Organizations Fair

The Pre-Health Club fair is an opportunity for Hunter students to learn about all the Pre-Health clubs and organizations that exist on campus. Representatives from each of the clubs will be on hand to offer information about their organization. Boost your Pre-Health portfolio by joining a Pre-Health club today!

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Stem Study Skills for Pre-Health Student

How many times have you said, “I studied so hard for that test!” Please join us if you want to learn how to turn your hard work into stellar grades. Learn to study “creatively” for your STEM classes from a panel of high performing Hunter STEM students who will give you their strategies to earn top grades. Learn how to turn your memorized “facts” into the basis of your critical thinking strategies that lead to a better understanding of the material and how to fully form complete answers to exam questions. This is a required workshop for first-year or freshmen Pre-Health students.

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Doctor Speaker Series: Hunter College Alum Dr. Joanna Ayoung

Join us for our first Doctor Speaker Series talk of the semester with Hunter alum Joanna Ayoung. Dr. Joanna Ayoung is an obstetrician/gynecologist. She attended Weill Cornell and is a 2006 graduate of Hunter College. Dr. Ayoung will discuss her path to medicine and answer any questions you may have.

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How to Prepare and Apply to Optometry School

If you are interested in becoming a Doctor of Optometry then this workshop is a must! We will cover everything you need to know in order to be a strong applicant to Doctor of Optometry programs. The workshop will discuss all aspects of preparing for and applying to Optometry Schools---there are 20 programs in total---including pre-requisite coursework in science and math, and the necessary types of clinical, volunteer service, and extracurricular experiences. We will also discuss the importance of your GPA and OAT score as well as getting strong course evaluations and letters of recommendations. The workshop will also provide an Application Timeline and review how to navigate the OptomCAS application site. It is highly recommended that a Committee Letter accompany your application to Optometry School. This workshop is required for all Pre-Health students who are considering a professional career in optometry.

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Chiropractic Medicine 101: New York Chiropractic College Information Session

What is Chiropractic Medicine? Chiropractic focuses on disorders of the musculoskeletal system and the nervous system, and the effects of these disorders on general health. Join us for an informative presentation by Bri Printup from the Admissions Office at New York Chiropractic College.

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2020-2021 Committee Letter Application Workshop

The Committee Letter workshop organized by the Pre-Health Office to provide each undergraduate applicant or re-applicant with valuable information about preparing your Committee Letter Application and your medical, dental or veterinary school application. This includes guidelines for preparing Personal Statements and other parts of the application. These guidelines are presented to help applicants to craft their personal statements and other parts of their Committee Letter Application.

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Time management for Applicants: from Application Submission to Applicant Interviews

The application process for medical, dental, optometry and veterinary school takes about a full year, and application planning and time management will play a key role in your success as an applicant. Staying on a schedule can increase your chances of gaining admission. One of the critical pieces of advice students should follow is to apply early. While it may seem simple, it can be challenging to gather all the necessary materials and obtain the minimum scores and grades you need to gain admission to health professions graduate program of your choice. This workshop will teach you effective time management techniques for the application cycle.

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SNMA MAPS-Minority Association of Pre-medical Students Fall 2019 Open House

Minority Association of Pre-Medical Students (MAPS) First Official Event of the Semester

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Hunter Pre-Health Student Organization Fall 2019 Open House

Pre Health Organization presents their Open House.

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Effective Communication for Pre-Health Students

Effective communication is an important skill all future healthcare professionals should have. Effective communication is a key interpersonal skill and learning how we can improve our communication has many benefits. Learn how to communicate more effectively, and how to improve your written and oral communication skills. This is a required Pre-Health workshop.

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How to Prepare and Apply to Veterinary Schools

This workshop will offer a step-by-step detailed action plan for students to follow with the intention of providing the framework for a strong and comprehensive veterinary school application. The workshop will break down the students’ responsibilities as an applicant by year and consider strategies that will lead to a more competitive application. This is a required workshop for Pre-Veterinary students.

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Preparing for and Applying to MD/PhD Programs

If you are considering pursuing a dual doctorate degree as a physician-scientist, you should attend this workshop. We will discuss how to decide if becoming an MD/Ph.D. is the right path for you. We will also discuss the GPA, MCAT score, and clinical and multi-year research experience necessary to be a competitive applicant for an MD/Ph.D. program. The workshop will also cover the MD/Ph.D. application timeline and process via AMCAS, including when to take the MCAT and apply for a Committee Letter.

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Study Abroad 101 for Pre-Health Students

As future health professionals, you will need to be broadly-educated, mature, adaptable citizens who have had significant experience in the world beyond the classroom. Study abroad is an ideal opportunity for Pre-Health students to develop some of the skills and attitudes that are necessary for the practice of medicine—adaptability, self-reliance, and sensitivity to other cultures. Study abroad offers Pre-Health students a unique chance to observe diverse health care systems, explore different cultural attitudes towards health and healing, and often, to gain volunteer experience in a unique healthcare setting while earning college credits. Join for this information session to explore study abroad opportunities available to Hunter College Pre-Health students.

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Latino Medical Student Association (LMSA+) Mixer

Hunter College LMSA is a bridge chapter in partnership with Weill Cornell Medicine. LMSA+ is hosting a mixer to introduce the new e-board members for the 2019-2020 academic year. We will also discuss our events for the semester as well as welcoming any new members. We hope to see you there! Food will be served! Come and meet our e-board members and network.

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Hunter Pre-Veterinary Club Open House

Come and learn about the Hunter College Pre-Vet club. We will be talking about opportunities we can provide students with (volunteer, job search assistance, VMCAS assistance). We will also be talking about some of the events we have planned such as a trip to the Bronx Zoo, a tour of an animal hospital, and volunteering at an animal sanctuary.

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Pre-Health Group Advising

Hunter Pre-health advisers will hold a group advising sessions for students with pre-health questions. This session will be held in a classroom setting and will allow students to collectively ask questions of the pre-health advising team and to learn from their pre-health peers. All are welcome, especially first-year students!

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Pre-Health Discussion Forum: Regulation and Quality Assurance in Medicine

The Food and Drug Administration is responsible for protecting the public health by ensuring the safety, efficacy, and security of human and veterinary drugs, biological products, and medical devices; and by ensuring the safety of our nation's food supply, cosmetics, and products that emit radiation. The FDA also has responsibility for regulating the manufacturing, marketing, and distribution of tobacco products to protect the public health and to reduce tobacco use by minors. The FDA is responsible for advancing the public health by helping to speed innovations that make medical products more effective, safer, and more affordable and by helping the public get the accurate, science-based information they need to use medical products and foods to maintain and improve their health. The FDA also plays a significant role in the Nation's counterterrorism capability. The FDA fulfills this responsibility by ensuring the security of the food supply and by fostering the development of medical products to respond to deliberate and naturally emerging public health threats. Join us for a discussion on the role of the FDA and how a lapse in FDA regulation can lead to detrimental issues to the health of the population. Below is a reading you should skim prior to the discussion.

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Hunter College Pre-Optometry Society Open House

The Hunter College Pre-Optometry Society executive board will provide more information about the club and its mission. This will be a great chance for you to network and meet other students considering optometry school. We will be providing information on shadowing, and other important information about optometry schools admissions.

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Preparing and Applying To Podiatry Schools

The field of Podiatry has changed dramatically over the last decade and if you are interested in learning more about Podiatric Medicine, you should plan on attending this workshop. Many podiatrists specialize in surgery, sports medicine, wound care, pediatrics, or diabetic care. We will discuss what a doctor of podiatric medicine does, course requirements for pre-podiatry students, how to gain clinical and research experience, and when and how to apply to podiatric medical schools through AACPMAS, including taking the MCAT and applying for a committee letter.

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Hunter College Pre-Dental Society Meeting

Topics we will be discussing at this weeks meeting:

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Trauma Management and Point of Injury Care

We will discuss the main causes of death in emergency care and learn how to manage the three preventable causes of death; which are hemorrhaging, airway compromise, and tension pneumothorax. In addition, we will go over the different phases of initial care from point of injury through medical evacuation. We will have demonstrations of some medical equipment and hands on skills.

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Naloxone Training for Pre-Health Students

Naloxone administration is an emergency intervention to prevent opioid overdose. Pre-Health students will get hands-on experience, gain some knowledge about the current opioid crisis and learn how they may help people in their communities. It is also a great experience to include on your health professions graduate school applications. This training will be conducted by the Manhattan Staten Island Area Health Education Center.

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Stress Management for Pre-Health Students:The Wellness Toolbox

As a pre-health student, stress is an unavoidable part of life. Academics, volunteer hours, extracurricular activities—it all adds up. The Wellness Toolbox is a self-study workshop designed to offer participants a useful framework for developing an effective approach to overcoming stress, and unhelpful behavioral patterns. This workshop is geared to helping you learn more about yourself, early warning signs of your triggers, as well as what helps you attain a sense of wellness and what doesn’t. Join us into a journey of your Self! This is a required workshop.

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FlexMed Early Assurance Program Application Preparation Workshop for Sophomores

This workshop will review the requirements for application to the FlexMed Early Assurance Program of the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai (ISMMS). This workshop will specifically focus on how to write the FlexMed essays. A step-by-step analysis of what to discuss in each essay response and how to organize your essay responses will be reviewed. The workshop will also prepare you for the interview. The types of questions you should be prepared to answer and how to be a strong applicant will be covered. Hunter College sophomores who are currently applying or are planning to apply to the Flex-Med Program at ISMMS are strongly encouraged to attend. You will also have the opportunity to speak with successful FlexMed applicant Catherine Stratis. This workshop is a collaboration between Hunter College Macaulay Honors College and the Pre-Health Professions Advising Office.

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Community Service 101 for Pre-Health Students

This event will provide information on opportunities for community service. These opportunities include; volunteer work in Disaster Services, Home Fire Preparedness training, Psychological First Aid, Soup Kitchens, Blood Drives, Mass Care and Sheltering. We will explain how each of these events helps in the betterment of those in our communities. This is a required pre-health workshop.

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LMSA+ : Q&A with Cornell Medical Students

LMSA+ is hosting a panel with Weill Cornell Medical Students. Come and have your questions answered as the medical students provide insight and advice based on their personal experiences. We will also have a presentation from Kaplan providing our members with discount codes and how to access free resources.

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Bioethics and its Application for Interview Preparation

Join the Society of Bioethics and Medicine at our first meeting of the year! We will discuss the principles of bioethics and apply these principles to analyze case studies in order to prepare students for health-related interviews.

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American Medical Student Association (AMSA) Open House

This will be a perfect opportunity for students to learn about the mission of our national club at Hunter College. Meet your AMSA E-Board and interact with other members. We will be discussing future events and much more! Boost your Pre-Health portfolio by joining AMSA today! A Kaplan Student Ambassador will also speak about their MCAT book set giveaways and so much more. Join us in our "AMSA and Chill" group chat on Whats App to stay connected with all things AMSA! The chat was created to be a platform for students to network and share knowledge with one another, so feel free to use it as such! Join us by using the link below:

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MCAT Super Bio Review-The Biological and Biochemical Foundations of Living Systems

To help prepare for what you'll see on the Biological Sciences section, we're hosting a Biological and Biochemical Foundations of Living Systems MCAT review session.

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CARS MCAT Review Session

There are many myths about the Critical Analysis and Reasoning Skills (CARS) section, one of which is that your score depends on luck. If you happen to get “good” passages, all is well, but if you don’t, you are in trouble. Thankfully, this is entirely untrue. It’s practice, not luck that will help you conquer the MCAT CARS section. To do well in this section you will need to fundamentally change how you read the passages and go about answering the questions. Join us to learn the strategies to conquering MCAT CARS.

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Hunter Health Professions Day Medical Professions Panel Speaker Session

Whether you are looking to explore your options in healthcare or are determined to explore a specific field, please attend the Medical Professions Panel Speaker Session to learn more about the various health professions that you can consider pursuing. The Panel will feature health professionals in Podiatry, Optometry, Medicine, Physician-Scientist, and more. Immediately following the Medical Professions Panel Speaker Session you are invited to join us for a Health Professions Luncheon from 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm. This is a great opportunity for you to speak directly with the panel speakers.

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Hunter Health Professions Day Allied Health Professions Panel Speaker Session

Whether you are looking to explore your options in healthcare or are determined to explore a specific field, please attend the Allied Health Professions Panel Speaker Session to learn more about the various health professions that you can consider pursuing. The Panel will feature health professionals in Mental Health Counseling, Speech/Language Pathology & Audiology, Healthcare Real Estate, and more. Immediately following the Panel Speaker Session you are invited to join us for a Health Professions Luncheon from 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm. This is a great opportunity for you to speak directly with our panel speakers.

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Pre-Health Research Initiative Open House

Come and learn about the Hunter College Pre-Health Research Initiative, as well as the many research opportunities available in NYC. We look forward to meeting you, discussing your interests, and supplying you with the resources you need to succeed!

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Pre-Health Discussion Forum: Impostor Syndrome in Medicine

Please join us for a discussion on impostor syndrome in medicine. There's no assigned reading beforehand (!), and snacks will be provided by the facilitator, Slavena (because every student knows that a good snack is fundamental to a good day). We look forward to an hour of honest discussion!! Moderator: Slavena Salve Nissan is a fourth-year medical student at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. She graduated from the Macaulay Honors program at Hunter College with a major in biology in 2015. She has interests in poetry, medical humanities, and medical education.

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5th Annual Pre-Health Summer Enrichment, Internships and Research Programs Fair

Join us for our Annual Hunter College Pre-Health Summer Enrichment, Internships and Research Programs Fair. Programs Represented Include: Albert Einstein College of Medicine BOLD Program Columbia University - Mailman School of Public Health Biostatistics Epidemiology Summer Training (BEST) Program Columbia University Summer Program for Under-Represented Students (SPURS) Mentoring in Medicine Emergency Department Internship, Medical Pathway Program, Teaching Fellows Program, Community Health Ambassador Program Valegos College of Physicians and Surgeons Summer Health Professions Education Program (SHPEP) & NERA MedPrep HCOP Academy Hunter College Center for Cancer Health Disparities Summer Cancer Research Institute Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center Quantitative Sciences Undergraduate Research Experience (QSURE) Program Memorial Sloan Kettering SCORE Program NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene HRTP: A Public Health Internship Program New York College of Podiatric Medicine Pre-Health Internship Program PrIMER - Program to Inspire Minority Undergraduate Students in Environmental Health Research at Columbia University - Mailman School of Public Health SHIP - Summer Health Internship Program (SHIP) & Health Careers Internship Program (HCIP) SUNY Downstate Health Sciences University Early Medical Education SUNY College of Optometry CSTEP Summer Academic Program SUNY Downstate Health Sciences University Exploring Health Careers Summer Program in Translational Disparities and Community-Engaged Research (SPRINTER) at SUNY Downstate Health Sciences University The Rockefeller University Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) Program Tri-I MD-PhD Program and Gateways to the Laboratory Summer Program Weill Cornell Medical College Travelers Summer Research Fellowship Program for Premedical Students

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