This week-long program is designed for the more serious student, who wants to build on the lessons they learned in our introductory Mini Medical School camp. In this program, you will begin learning how to correlate scientific aspects of various systems of the human body (nervous, cardiovascular, digestive, and others) with some clinical manifestations of related diseases that can occur with them. You'll study the various systems through a combination of short lectures, hands-on activities, and selected dissections of mammalian organ specimens. We'll take several field trips that will give you an inside look at medical education and the delivery of health care, as well as an excellent understanding of the various team players (physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, medical assistants, and others) who are all working to improve public health. Please see the prerequisite section below to determine if this camp is appropriate for you.
Monday, July 9, 2018 to Friday, July 13, 2018
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Day and Overnight Options Available
UGA Center for Continuing Education & Hotel
1197 South Lumpkin Street, Athens, GA 30602
Overnight students will check in at the residence hall on Sunday evening and check out on Saturday morning. Day students will check in on Monday morning between 8-8:30am. Classrooms are located around campus, and students may travel by foot, bus or university vehicle to get to classrooms or other camp activities. More details will be available in your confirmation email and in the welcome email sent out three weeks before camp begins.
Day Camp – $420
Overnight Camp – $890
This course is designed for students who have previously completed one of our Mini Medical School 1 sessions. Some exceptions may be made for students who have previous experience in the subject matter. To request a waiver to take Mini Medical School 2 without having taken Mini Medical School 1, please email us at email@example.com before registering. Be sure to include your student’s name, age/grade, and a description of why you believe he or she is qualified to skip into the second level (including previous healthcare-related seminars, workshops and programs; life-science related academic courses, and previous experience with medical research).
Sadia Jamshad is a current medical student at the Medical College of Georgia as well as a member of the first 7-year class of BS/MD students at Augusta University. Throughout her educational career, Sadia has always dedicated a portion of her time to teach others. She spent afternoons at local elementary schools tutoring children in math and science while in high school and worked at the Math Assistance Center at Augusta University to help students in calculus, college algebra, statistics, and more. Now as a medical student, she is continuing the trend by teaching Mini Medical School at the University of Georgia. Sadia has fed her interest in medicine by volunteering at Wellstar Kennestone Hospital during many summers since high school, and has volunteered and shadowed at AU Health Hospital and its associated clinics run by medical students. Her goal is not only to spread knowledge and passion about the medical field, but to also be a role model for those around her. This is Sadia’s first year as a Summer Academy instructor.
Students will need long pants and closed-toe shoes for dissections. A detailed list of supplies needed for your camp program will be emailed to you two weeks before camp begins.