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Join us for the virtual Pre-Health Professions Graduate Fair! Admission representatives will be in attendance from health-related graduate schools and programs. Students will have the opportunity to meet admission representatives from medical schools, dental schools, pharmacy schools, veterinary schools, physician assistant programs, public health programs, graduate programs and more.
The event is free and open to FAU students. The Virtual Pre-Health Professions and Graduate Fair is an opportunity for FAU’s undergraduate and graduate students to talk personally with admission representatives from various health-related graduate and professional programs. See below for more information and check out our Photo Album Here!
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Alabama College of Medicine
American University of Antigua
American University of the Caribbean
Barry University Columbia University
Florida Atlantic University
Florida International University
Medical School for International Health
Nova Southeastern University
Sherman College of Chiropractic
St. George University
Uniformed Services University
University of Medicine and Health Sciences
University of Miami
University of South Florida
The University of St. Augustine
University of the Incarnate Word School of Osteopathic Medicine
Virginia Commonwealth University
Virginia Tech (VCOM)
In association with the following Student Organizations
Day 1 Hands-On Health Workshops
The Hands-On Health Workshop was an interactive session hosted by HOSA: Future Health Professionals and Blood Pressure Screening Association. During this activity, students were taught how to take a patient history and take blood pressure. This session introduces students to the basics of medicine necessary in any healthcare practitioner's daily routine. The purpose of this session was to give Florida Atlantic University students an overview of patient care. In addition, students were given the opportunity to learn more about other FAU student organizations and network with similar-minded students.
Day 2: Medical School Student Panel
The medical student panel presentation highlights FAU newly admitted students and alumni who are now in health professions programs such as medical, dental, PA, pharmacy, and veterinary medicine. The student panel discusses their undergraduate experience and the application process, interview process and first-year experience. Pre-health students were able to ask relatable questions from members of the panel. This year’s student panel consists of 17 medical students from different programs and universities.
Day 3: Physician & Health Professionals Panel
During the Physician & Health Professionals Panel, 16 professionals from a wide variety of careers, including medical, dental, veterinary, nursing, and physician assistant, spoke to students from Florida Atlantic University about their experiences in healthcare. The panelists not only spoke about their diverse upbringings and the obstacles in their lives leading up to their professional careers but also gave advice to students on how to overcome adversity and be good healthcare professional. "Never give up" was a common theme throughout the panel, which ultimately encouraged students to pursue their career of choice to its greatest extent. After the question and answer session, the panel was opened to questions from the audience, where students were able to ask more detailed and personalized questions.
Day 4: Pre-Health Professions Day
Pre-Health Professions and Graduate Day Fair takes place annually in the spring semester at Florida Atlantic University for students considering a health professions career. This year’s Pre-Health Professions Day Graduate School Fair consisted of 56 admission representatives from health-related graduate programs such as medical, dental, veterinary, pharmacy, etc. the representatives were able to meet with students and share valuable information and FAU students were able to network and ask valuable questions.
Day 5: Health Professions Workshops and Presentations
The morning from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM, we continued with the informational sessions. Students were able to network and make connections with many health professions programs. Number of students in attendance 30-40
The final day of Pre-Health Professions week concluded of numerous activities coordinated by the student organizations with three awesome guest speakers from
Women in Distress and two of our very own physicians from the College of Medicine here at FAU. The workshops highlighted the domestic violence and the Opioids crisis facing South Florida and how this will affect future health care professionals.
The evening concluded with a Candlelight Vigil Ceremony led Mary Gorora, one of the founding members of AMSA, an FAU student organization. The candlelight vigil was in remembrance of those who have lost their lives or dealing with addiction and domestic violence