Regional health prof Advisory Board notes 12.5.17

Updated on December 6, 2017 in Health Professions
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Health Professions Advisory Board

Meeting Minutes | 12.5.17

 

Introductions:

 

Attendees Included: Mitchell Hammonds/MUSC, LaKevia Ingram/CCSD, Terrell Tilley/CAFB, Ashley Barnes/GCHS, Hanna Beckman/ARHS, Ruth Truluck/Wando, Connie Sears/FDHS, Angela Hamric/Summerville, and Amy Litz/Summerville

 

New Business Partner Spotlight:

Joint Based Charleston, USAF, Terrell Tilley

 

Activity Reports:

 

Wando, Ruth Truluck:

Biomedical students will present projects on January 11.

 

Ashley Ridge, Hanna Beckman: Looking to get more connected, experiencing growing pains with HOSA student group, wants to host event similar to that done by Amy at Summerville High School

 

Summerville High School, Amy Litz: Hosted 8 health professional presenters for in-school field trip, Students rotated with list of questions to ask the professionals, Each group had about 6 minutes with each professional, Students want to do it again, Health professionals want more time in future, Good for developing common skills for students as well.

 

Goose Creek High School: CNA Program has 16 kids rotating and doing clinical experiences, Hanahan students are also involved.

 

Curriculum Engagement Needs:

 

Would like visits to MUSC or other institutions with focus on particular topics within their curriculum.  Educators and Academy coaches were encouraged to email Mitchell (hammonmi@musc.edu) a list of specific topics that they would like covered so that he can email them out to campus partners and see if anyone could help fulfill these specific topic requests.

 

Mitchell reported out on Discover MUSC, which will be held March 1-2, 2018. Teachers will be able to select a date that works best for them or indicate that they have no preference on date. He said that registration will open in early January.  A save the date will be distributed in the coming days once a registration date is decided.  He also stressed the importance of students being present the entire time if bus schedules can be planned accordingly.

 

Teachers requested a sample schedule.  It’s included below. This schedule is subject to change prior to the opening of registration as the program is fully planned over the next month. 

 

Groups A | 9:00 AM Itinerary

 

9:00 – 9:30 AM – Check-In & Welcome

9:30 – 10:45 AM – Career Fair

10:45 – 11:15 AM – Break and Commute

11:15 – 11:45 AM – Lunch & Interactive Lecture

11:45 – 12:15 PM – Tour

12:15 – 12:45 PM – Closing Session

12:45 – 01:00 PM – Check-Out

 

Groups B | 10:15 AM Itinerary

 

10:15 – 10:45 AM – Check-In & Welcome

10:45 – 12:00 PM – Career Fair

12:00 – 12:30 PM – Break and Commute

12:30 – 01:00 PM – Lunch & Interactive Lecture

01:00 – 01:30 PM – Tour

01:30 – 02:00 PM – Closing Session

02:00 – 02:15 PM – Check-Out

 

Mr. Tilley (Terrell.Tilley@US.AF.MIL)  reported that he has lots of ideas flowing that he’s going to work on and report back.  Mitchell will forward the topic lists from the educators to Mr. Tilley once it is compiled.

 

Educators provided an overview of the Project Lead the Way courses for a greater understanding by business partners. Also discussed the difficulty, grading and proficiency of courses.

 

Other Discussion:

 

HOSA State Leadership Conference needs judges for March 7-9.

 

The South Carolina HOSA State Leadership Conference is held at the North Charleston Convention Center March 7-9, 2018. HOSA: Future Health Professionals is a student led organization that promotes healthcare professions through leadership, knowledge, and clinical skills. At the conference we offer a variety of 56 different competitive events including Sports Medicine, Biomedical Lab Science, knowledge tests (Nutrition, Transcultural Health, Medical Math, etc.), HOSA Bowl, Researched Persuasive Writing & Speaking, Medical Assisting, Community Awareness, Medical Innovation, Career Health Display, and many more. We need 2-3 judges per event (other than knowledge tests).

 

As a judge you will be given a rubric to score the competitors and it is imperative that you are familiar with the guidelines and expectations for the competitors before the event. Here is the link to all the guidelines of all the events so that you can familiarize yourself and have a better understanding of what to expect for that specific event: http://www.hosa.org/guidelines.

 

The following is a link to the program from last year’s conference: http://www.schosa.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/SC-HOSA-SLC-Program-5-9-17.pdf. The agenda of time & location of events are located on pages 10-13 of the document. Usually, the time frame for the events stays about the same from year to year. Location may alter slightly, but this will give you an idea of when your event should be so you can make the best decision of which event to judge for your availability.

 

If you are available and interested in signing up as a judge, please click the following link and select your event you wish to judge: https://www.volunteersignup.org/HBEEJ. On behalf of the SC HOSA Board of Directors, we greatly appreciate you volunteering your time and expertise to make a positive impact on the students who will one day be the future of healthcare. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me: 843-695-4900 ext. 52145 or hbeckman@dorchester2.k12.sc.us.

 

Please remember to log your activities using the appropriately link…

 

Teachers and school administrators us the following link:

 

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeNYD7cAkrsnvswa7Sj87gtzEIWAHmTdJVAtN6U6NvM3rwSNg/viewform?usp=sf_link

 

Academy Partners use the following link:

 

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc7DExt3vg77GASWpKgpYmHsHurIdU89EQF4042LBfXGRblnw/viewform?usp=sf_link

 

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