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BILL HOLT PEDIATRIC HIV CLINIC
An HIV Clinic in Phoenix Children's Hospital and the only one of its kind in Arizona.
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Central Arizona Area Health Education Events
InstaMed Events -- University of Arizona
Students will learn the basics of embryology, the study of the development of an embryo, followed by two interactive cases involving specific errors in this process.Saturday, December 12, 10:00am-11:45amSign up here!Forms Deadline: Friday (12/11) at 11:59pm
Time: 10:00am-11:45am-Learn about how the lungs work and go through an interactive case with medical students involving a disease of the lungs.
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10:00am-11:45am-Learn about endocrine glands and hormones and go through interactive cases involving common endocrine disorders.
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10:00am-11:45am-Learn from Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (DO) students about their career path and incorporate knowledge of Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine in an interactive case involving the skeletal and muscular system.
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Virtual Shadowing Opportunities
Medical Student Mentorship Program - UA
The University of Arizona has created a mentorship program fro students inteersted in medicne to partake in! With contact information of over 70 medical studetns, Medical Minds members are encouraged to reach out to students who are studying the feild they are interested in! The examples shown on either side are just a few descriptions of mentors. Click here to look through the rest of the list!
University of Maryland
The Maryland Early Intervention Program (MEIP) is an online training to detect and refer individuals at risk for, or in the early stages of, a mental illness with psychosis. Learn to screen for psychosis symptoms through three separate, approximately 30-minute, training videos. You will receive 0.5 Continuing Education Credits (CEUs), Category 2/B for each video watched; up to 1.5 CEUs in total.
This program is usually offered to clinical and medical providers, but was offered to MM members especially!
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Covers broad information on the symptoms and presentation of schizophrenia. It discusses myths about the disorder, the impact of stigma related to serious mental illness, the benefit of early intervention, as well as information about the Maryland Early Intervention Program, and how to refer a client.
Training 2 - Early Warning Signs for Psychosis: Recognizing the Signs
Expands the discussion from the first training on the benefits of early intervention, as well as covers detailed information on the early presentations of psychosis including early warning symptoms, training vignettes, the value of assessment, and socio-cultural factors to consider during assessment of symptoms.
Training 3 - Early Warning Signs for Psychosis: Screening and Referrals
Discusses content related to general screening for psychosis, including a detailed overview of how to screen using the Prime Screen Tool 1 .The Prime Screen is a 12-item psychosis-risk screener, and a positive score on the Prime Screen Tool has been shown to be a strong indicator of development of future psychosis. Individuals who complete Training 3 will also be able to download the Prime Screen to use in their practice.