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2018 National Health Science Conference

The 2018 National Health Science Conference Leaves a Lasting Professional Development Impact

A unique National Health Science Conference recently concluded at the Downtown Denver Embassy Suites and Conference Center. The conference was organized by the National Consortium for Health Science Education, a collaborative of health science state leaders representing state education agencies, health-related organizations, and publishers and education resources providers.

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CVS Health: How to Rock your Interview and Internship at a Fortune 100 Company

Do you want to make a difference in the lives of customers and patients? Do you have a passion for healthcare, business process, or data? Are you interested in being part of high energy teams at the forefront of innovation at a Fortune 7 company? Are you a Junior seeking a quality learning and development experience?

If so, CVS Health is offering a virtual webinar event How to Rock your Interview and Internship at a Fortune 100 Company. You are invited to attend this event on Wednesday September 19, 7:30 - 8:45 PM (EST).

iGIANT® Challenge Competition Winner Announced

Hospital Gowns Designed to Fit Male and Female Patients

 

The iGIANT® is delighted to announce that the winner for the 2018 iGIANT® HOSA Challenge competition is Angela Ballina. Angela is a sophomore at Belleview High School in Oscala, Florida. Her submission focused on the need for hospital gowns which are comfortable, practical and fit the needs of men and women. All to often, a one-size-fits all approach is taken which may not serve well the patient.

Health Professions Week: Explore. Learn. Pursue.

November 5-9, 2018

HOSA-Future Health Professionals is proud to sponsor Health Professions Week (HPW).  Health Professions Week is an exciting week-long event for high school and college students interested in learning more about careers in the health professions. HPW offers innovative ways for individuals to explore multiple health professions and interact directly with current practitioners and educators about admission requirements and career pathways. Students, teachers, and parents are invited to register for free.

12th Annual Washington Leadership Academy

We are excited that the 2018 Washington Leadership Academy will be held in Washington, DC at the DoubleTree by Hilton in Crystal City. State officers and local members are encouraged to attend this event. The 2018-19 Executive Council has been hard at work preparing to help attendees "Define Your Purpose!"

Registration for WLA is available online through the HOSA Conference Management System

2018 HOSA International Leadership Conference in Review

HOSA-Future Health Professionals was honored to have nearly 10,000 members, advisors and guests attend the 41st International Leadership Conference in Dallas, Texas, June 27-30, 2018.  HOSA was represented by 54 chartered associations including Canada, American Samoa and Puerto Rico as well as guests from China.

iGIANT® Challenge Competition for HOSA Innovators

iGIANT®, a nonprofit, is excited to announce a challenge competition to explore the impact of gender/sex on innovation and novel technologies in our lives. The purpose of this challenge is to establish a common dialog about best practices and to inspire participants to serve as ambassadors for innovation to help accelerate the translation of research into gender/sex-specific design elements such as programs, products, policies, and protocols.
 

2018 USPHS Symposium + Surgeon General's 5K

HOSA-Future Health Professionals was honored to be invited to the annual United States Public Health Service Symposium in Dallas, Texas from June 4th through the 7th. The theme for this conference was “Ensuring Health for Generations to Come: Science Matters”. The conference began with an incredible keynote speaker, Dr. Rishi Manchanda, MD, MPH, who enlightened everyone about being the “Upstreamist” in life and in the health field. He further explained that the “Upstreamist” was one who would persist to locate the source of a problem to further efforts of preventative care.

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