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LECOM Bradenton`s
LECOM Bradenton’s
Medical Science Academy 2014
“A Medical School Primer for High School Students”
June 16 – June 27, 2014
8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Program Description
LECOM Bradenton’s Medical Science Academy (MSA) offers high school students (11th & 12th
grade & recent graduates) a two-week summer program in which they will experience an
academic medical school environment by participating in small group instructions, hands-on
laboratory experiments, and clinical shadowing experience. Thirty-two MSA students will be active
participants in a Problem-Based Learning (PBL) modality in which groups of students (8) and a
facilitator will utilize a case presentation format. The MSA students will explore selected medical
concepts, and the medical science data that supports those concepts. The laboratory experiences
are designed to expose the MSA students to hands-on practical clinical skills, such as splinting,
suturing, and vital sign measurements. At the graduation program, the MSA students will
participate in a group presentation of the clinical case. Support materials for the case presentation
will be gained through anatomy/physiology lectures, PBL case discussions and the use of the
students’ borrowed copy of an anatomy/physiology textbook. Throughout the first week,
information will be presented on health career opportunities in medical field and how students can
prepare for those careers academically. During the second week, MSA students will shadow
health care professionals in their actual working and teaching environments. The overall academy
program is consistent with activities designed for training primary care practitioners.
Description of Activities
PBL Cases
MSA students (~32) will be divided into four PBL groups consisting of 8 students and two OMS II
facilitator. Each PBL group will be given one of four different cases with a common chief
complaint. The OMS II facilitator will utilize standard PBL discovery and interactive procedures.
PBL groups will have four days to determine the diagnosis and to explore the basic medical
sciences (anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, etc.) associated with the case. They will have two
hours on the last day of the week to prepare a grand rounds type presentation of the case, which
will be delivered during the graduation program. Students will use the library resources (software,
models and textbooks) to prepare their PowerPoint presentation for graduation.
Lunch/Free Time
The LECOM Bradenton cafeteria will provide the students with a box lunch and snacks. Students
may bring their own lunch and snacks, which are to be stored in a designated MSA section in the
cafeteria. No food or drink is allowed in rooms outside of the cafeteria. Students are free to have
their lunch out on the patio tables.
PBL Cases and Chief Complaint
Alex Sinelnikov, M.D., Ph.D., Director of the MSA program, and Kersten Schroeder, Ph.D.,
Director of Community Outreach, select four PBL cases that contain a common chief complaint.
The patient’s subjective and objective data however, vary between the four cases. All cases have
a patient’s history and physical data followed by a Complete Blood Count, Lab Chemistry values,
and Urine test results. Additional tests may include an ECG, X-rays or MRI. All cases are framed
from the primary care perspective.
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Activity Labs (Every year we will offer different lab activities)
Lab
Director
Lab Purpose
Dr. Heibel
Learn how to measure vital and non-vital signs and appreciate
Vitals
Dr. Pettersen their association with good health.
Learn about the history of Osteopathy as it is applied to the
health of the muscular-skeletal system in general and more
OMM
Dr. Quinn
specifically to the heart & lungs. Observe and perform some
osteopathic manipulation techniques with a focus on the
primary care perspective.
Dental
Learn how to perform a dental exam measure vital and
Dr. Fabre
Exam
understand what constitutes good dental hygiene.
Learn about different suturing materials and techniques.
Suturing
Dr. Danahy
Practice different suturing techniques using a knot tying board.
Learn how to properly immobilize a limb using different splint
Splinting
Dr. Ferretti
and soft cast materials.
Casting &
Learn how to stabilize an ankle and wrist using athletic
Athletic
Dr. Quinn
wrapping techniques. Learn how to use fiberglass casting
Wrapping
materials to set broken bones.
Mental
Learn about community health support systems and how to
Dr. Clark
Health
administer a mental health assessment questionnaire.
Shadowing Experiential
MSA students will be divided into 2-person teams. Teams will rotate each day to one of four
different experiential sites. Team members will be assigned a morning session or afternoon
session during which time they will shadow a health care professionals as they go about their
medical/health related rounds. Team members should arrive at the site by 9:00 am for the
morning session and by 1:00 pm for the afternoon session. Lunch will be on your own.
MSA Graduation Program
The four PBL teams will present the finding of their PBL case to the whole MSA class. Each
individual PBL team members should have a part in the presentation. Additionally, students will
be asked to comment on the experiential experiences. All students will be requested to fill out a
survey questionnaire evaluating the MSA program. Certificate of participation in the MSA
program will be awarded.
Training Activities (Two of the four will be offered every other year)
Training
Direct
Purpose
or
Basic First Aid
MTI
Earn a certificate
CPR
MTI
Earn a certificate
Wilderness First Aid I
MTI
Earn a Certificate
Wilderness First Aid II
MTI
Earn a Certificate
Career Counseling
Career 1
Medical School Life
Career 2
Osteopathic Orthopedics Practice
Career 3
Paramedical Health Careers
Career 4
Emergency Medicine
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2nd Year medical students
Anthony Ferretti, D.O.
Joan Beatty-Lee
Jan Brown II, MD
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Registration Fee & General Expenses
Registration fee is $275 for the following items.
1.
$100
Instructor fees
2.
$25
LECOM Medical Science Academy shirt
3.
$30
Anatomy/ Physiology Textbook
4.
$45
Laboratory and Physical Examination materials
6.
$35
Lunches & Snacks
7.
$40
Miscellaneous program supplies
MSA Personnel
1.
Kersten Schroeder, Ph.D.
2.
Alex Sinelnikov, M.D., Ph.D.
3.
Dexter Honeycutt, MLS
4.
Anthony Ferretti, D.O.
5.
Tom Quinn, D.O.
6.
Kimberly Fabre, D.D.S.
7.
Angelika Neumann, R.N.
8.
Richard Heibel, M.D.
9.
Teresa Pettersen, M.D., M.P.A.
10.
Ron Berezniak, Ph.D., FAODME
11.
Ryan Wargo , Pharm.D., BCACP
12.
Jan Brown II, MD
Director of Community Outreach
MSA Program Director
Library Resource Coordinator
Osteopathic Orthopedics Practice
OMM Lab Instructor
Dental Exam Instructor
MTI Program Coordinator
Clinical Exam Instructor
Clinical Exam Instructor
Assistant Dean for Academic Affairs
Assistant Professor of Clinical Pharmacy
Dept. of EM, Doctors Hospital of Sarasota
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2014 MSA Schedule of Activities, v2
Time
PM
Monday
May 19
Time
AM/PM
Welcome &
Introductions
of staff
Life as an
Medical Student
8:00
5:30
Mon
June 16
5:45
Program
Description
Team
Assignments
Bldg. tours
Thu
June 19
AP Lecture 2
A. Sinelnikov, MD.
PhD.
AP Lecture 3
A. Sinelnikov, MD.
PhD.
AP Lecture 4
R. Heiblel, MD.
Ch 10 & Ch 11:
Cardiovascular
Physiology
Ch 11:
Cardiovascular
Pathology
Ch 11:
Cardiovascular
Clinical
presentation
8:30 am
AP* Lecture 1
A. Sinelnikov, MD.
PhD.
Ch 10 & Ch 11:
Cardiovascular
Anatomy
MPR II
MPR II
MPR II
MPR II
Career 2
Orthopedics
Practice
Career 3
AHEC Careers
Career 4
Emergency
Medicine
Dr. Anthony
Ferretti
MPR II
Joan Beatty-Lee
Dr. Jan Brown
MPR II
MPR II
9:30
Fri
June 20
8:00 am
Preparation in
becoming a Health
Professional
Dr. Berezniak
8:30 am
Clinical Pharmacy
Dr. Ryan Wargo
MPR II
PBL Exam
Dr. Kersten
Schroeder
MPR II
10:30 am
PBL Case
History & Physical
PBL Room
10:00 am
Atrium: Class Photo
10:15 am
PBL Case
CBC & Blood
Chemistry
PBL Room
PBL Case
Arterial blood gas,
chest Xray/CT/MRI
PBL Case
Case Diagnosis &
Treatment
Case Preparation
for presentation at
Graduation
PBL Room
PBL Room
PBL Room
LUNCH
12-1
Cardiovascular Labs
1-3
1. Reading EKGs
2. Taking blood
pressures
3. Feel pulses
4. Heart sounds
MPR II
3:00
3:154:30
OMM Lab
Dr. Thomas Quinn
MPR II
Cardio Lab
Dr. Kim Fabre
Wilderness First
Aid I
Certification
Wilderness First
Aid II
Certification
@ MTI until 5pm
@ MTI until 5pm
Building 5520
Room 213
Building 5520
Room 213
MPR II
SNACK BREAK
Vitals:
Cardio Exam
Vitals:
OMM Exam
Cardio Lab
Clinical Exam
rooms
OMM Lab
MPR II
MSA Instructors &
MSA Instructors
MSA Instructors
MTI instructors
MTI instructors
Dr. Heibel
& Dr. Quinn
& Dr. Fabre
‡
*AP – Anatomy/ Physiology Lecture **MPR -- Multipurpose Room II
This schedule may be amended to accommodate speakers’ schedules.
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Mon - Thu
June 23-26
Clinical
Shadowing
Experiences
9am- noon or
1-4pm by
random
assignment
Mon & Wed
EMS & 911
Center Tour
Tues & Thurs
Keiser
University
Medical Tour
SNACK BREAK
10:00 am
Library Program
Dexter Honeycutt
10:00
6:00
Wed
June 18
Medical Students
MPR II**
9:00
Tues
June 17
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Mon-Thurs
Random
Assignments
to Physicians,
Pediatricians,
Dentists,
Pharmacists,
and
Veterinarians
Fri
June 27
Graduation
Program
11:00am1:00pm
Lecture Hall 212
Student Evaluation
of MSA Program
Assistant Dean of
Pre-clinical
Education:
M. Coty, Ph.D.
“PBL in a Nut
Shell”
Commencement
Speaker:
Robert George,
D.O.
“Medicine Now”
MSA Students:
Grand Round Case
Presentations
Community
Outreach Director:
K. Schroeder, Ph.D.
Participant
Recognitions
&
Certificates
Medical Science Academy 2014
Application Form
June 16 – June 27, 2014
8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Student Information
Name
Home Address
City
State
ZIP
Phone Number
E-mail Address
Scrub Top shirt size
Birth Date
Contact Person
Name
Phone Number
Cell
E-mail 1
E-mail 2
Education Information
School
Grade Level (in the Fall)
Science Instructor
(Preference will be given to applicants whose teachers are part of LECOM’s Science Educators Academy)
Verification of Good Standing
Academics and Behavior
(Signature of parent/guardian, but prefer school teacher/official)
Registration Fees
Fees cover the cost of the book rental, instruction, food, and incidental materials.
MSA Fee -- $275
Make Check payable to: LECOM – Post 881
Mail Check to or for more information contact:
Kersten Schroeder, Ph.D., Director of Community Outreach
LECOM Bradenton
5000 Lakewood Ranch Blvd.
Bradenton, FL 34211
phone: 941-756-0690
e-mail: [email protected] or www.Medicalcareersadventures.com
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PHOTO RELEASE NOTICE
This notice is directed to parents or guardians of a high school student who has or is currently
enrolled in the Human Body Explored program or the Medical Science Academy program offered
by LECOM Bradenton over the past seven years.
LECOM Bradenton is developing a web site designed to illustrate the various activities of these
students who participate in the two programs. We are seeking permission to include photos of the
students on the web site. No names or identification of students will be made in any of the photos.
If you agree to allow use of your child’s photo, please read, sign and return the photo release form
below. If you do not agree, please sign in the appropriate space and return the form below.
RETURN ADDRESS: Kersten Schroeder, Director of Community Outreach, LECOM Bradenton,
5000 Lakewood Ranch Blvd., Bradenton, FL 34211. You may also FAX your response to 941756-0690 or e-mail your response to [email protected]
LAKE ERIE COLLEGE OF OSTEOPATHIC MEDICINE BRADENTON
PHOTO RELEASE FORM
I, the undersigned, hereby agree to give the Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine Communications
staff permission to publish or to use in electronic media any photographic images in which I may be
included, in whole or in part, taken during the Medical Science Academy and Human Body Explored
programs. I hereby waive any right that I may have to inspect and/or approve the finished photographic
product.
Student Name: ____________________________________
Parent Signature: __________________________________
I, the undersigned, do not agree to allow LECOM to use or publish photos in which I may be included.
Student Name _______________________________________
Parent Signature ____________________________________
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