FREE Career Series Offered to High School Students

SIUH Front

Staten Island, NY -A career series aimed at giving high school students insight into jobs in the healthcare professions starts Thursday, January 8 from 4 pm to 5 pm in Staten Island University Hospital’s Regina M. McGinn, MD Education Center.

Students searching for future careers who envision themselves performing surgery with a robot, treating trauma patients in the Emergency Department or scanning the brain will have opportunities to spend time with SIUH surgeons, trauma specialists, neurologists, radiologists, and allied healthcare professionals.

“For young people grappling with their futures, this series is an opportunity to check out careers in healthcare with real-life doctors, nurses, therapists and technicians. The series is constructed as a casual but meaningful interchange – a two-sided conversation between students and health professionals,” according to Anne Marie McDonough, SIUH Senior Director, who worked with hospital faculty, high school administrators and  guidance counselors to organize the sessions.

The series is in its second year and offers on-line registration at www.siuh.edu/futures.
The schedule is as follows:
January 8:  How to Prepare for a Career in Medicine
January 22: How Every Body Moves-Careers in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
February 5: Where’s Waldo? Careers in Radiology & Imaging Technology
February 26: The ABCs of Trauma Care
March 5: Careers in Cardiothoracic Surgery
March 26: Pediatrics/Internal Medicine/Computerized Patient Medical Simulation Lab
April 2: Careers in the Brain – Neurology
April 23: Emergency! Sudden Cardiac Arrest in Athletes and The Wide Spectrum of Nursing Careers
May 7 Surgery with Robots & STEM ( Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) Careers in Healthcare
May 28 Careers in Oncology & Bioethical Considerations
All sessions are held at SIUH North Site, 475 Seaview Avenue in the  Regina M. McGinn, MD Education Center

 

 

 

 

 

 

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