An invitation to interview is a huge accomplishment and indicates that a medical school is interested in learning more about the person behind the application. We asked five current medical students to share their best advice for having a successful interview and making a positive impression.
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MFC 151 — CPR for Health Related Professions— 1 credit course
3 different sections – 4 week hybrid course – Room 208 UB Gateway
Course dates are: (2/4/17 – 2/25/17) or (3/4/17 – 4/1/17) or (4/8/17 – 4/29/17)
All students are eligible to enroll in this course prior to the start each section.
Hands-on skills will be taught a in room 208 UB Gateway within the downtown Buffalo / Niagara Medical Campus.
Course will be primarily conducted online and the hands-on skills portion will be conducted with an AHA Instructor.
Students who complete all course requirements will receive the following AHA National Certifications:
- Basic Life Support for Health Care Providers
- Heartsaver First Aid
- Preventing Disease Transmission
All participants will be charged a SUNY approved lab fee of $26.00.
See the attached flyer for more information: CPR Spring 17
One of the scariest parts of applying is writing the dreaded essay. Some students hear the words “personal statement” and instantly freeze. What should you say? How much should you share? Where do you start?
Use these tips to stop thinking about your statement and starting writing it…
The August Physician Assistant Virtual Chat session schedule is complete. Please join us for our weekly chat sessions!
Every Monday from 5:30-8pm ET
Every Wednesday from 10am-12pm ET and 5-7pm ET
Every Thursday from 9-10am ET, 1-2pm ET, and 6-7pm ET
You can get your questions answered about the profession, PA programs, admissions, applying, CASPA, and more!
Read more here, get registered, and join us every week!
Danielle Di Silvestro
Director, Applicant and Student Services
Physician Assistant Education Association
The University at Buffalo’s surgery and pediatric surgery residency programs have been granted full accreditation.
Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons Announces The Creation of a Scholarship For International Students
I am pleased to announce that Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons has created a 4 year full tuition scholarship for international students starting with the current admissions year for the class entering in August of 2014. Please share this with any current or future international applicants and with colleagues who work with international students at your school. For further information, please contact email@example.com.
Berkeley Optometry and UC Berkeley’s Foresight Pre-Optometry Club would like to welcome prospective students, advisors, alumni and friends to our annual Fall Conference! Our full-day event will showcase tours and activities led by current optometry students as well as talks by our Faculty and Admissions Staff.
More information about our Fall Conference can be found here: tinyurl.com/FallConference2013.
Registration closes October 4th.
Cornell University invites Pre-Vet students to attend their Pre-Vet Club Saturday (October 12th from 12:00-3:00). Please view the Flyer for additional information. This is a nice opportunity to learn more about the College of Veterinary Medicine and meet students from other Pre-Vet Clubs.