When you’re brushing your teeth tonight, you’ll know exactly what that flouride in your toothpaste is doing. Pre-dentistry students, take note!
Rolling admissions deadline: June 30
Have you ever considered a career in Podiatric Medicine? The podiatric physician is a health professional who is involved with the examination, prevention, diagnosis and treatment of foot disorders by physical, medical and surgical means. Due to the rise in demand for doctors who specialize in this area, podiatry is ranked as the 12th highest paying job in the United States! Experts expect opportunities in the field of podiatry to rise 14%, and this area of medicine offers a wide range of work environments, from fast paced emergency room atmospheres to privately owned offices.
Kent State University College of Podiatric Medicine still has seats available for the Class of 2020. They will continue to accept applications through June 30, 2016 through the AACPM website. In addition, interviews of qualified applicants will continue into July.
For more information on Kent State College of Podiatric Medicine, visit their website here.
Primary Care Across Countries—Honors (PUBHHMP 4660H/HTHRHSC 4660H) will be offered in Autumn 2016. Chemistry and Biochemistry students pursuing graduate school, professional school, or looking to work in the medical or health fields may be particularly interested in this course.
Topics include the exploration of why access to high-quality health care is important for the overall heath of the population, and understanding how different countries practice primary care. Students will look in-depth at countries-including Australia, Canada, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Japan, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Singapore, Sweden, Switzerland, and United Kingdom-to gain an understanding and respect for the multifaceted face of primary care systems in light of political, economic, cultural, social, and historical contexts. Finally, students will look at the outcomes these systems have on various aspects of society.
- Mondays 2:15 PM – 4:45 PM.
- Lorraine S. Wallace, PhD
- To gain an understanding of how primary care systems are constructed.
- Understand the political, economic, multicultural, social and historical contexts of their systems development.
- See the outcomes of each system on various segments of society.
Have any questions?
Contact Lorraine S. Wallace, firstname.lastname@example.org.