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Next Session Of The Ladder – Dec. 12th: Sports Medicine!
Sports medicine brings together two awesome things: sports AND medicine! If you play sports or watch sports – you know there are plenty of opportunities for injuries and a need for treatment, physical rehabilitation and therapy: Sports medicine works across … Continue reading
Next Session Of The Ladder – Nov. 14th: Baby Health And Medicine!
Did you know there are health care careers dedicated to providing special kinds of health and medical care for moms-to-be, babies-to-be and babies once they’re born? This kind of healthcare includes “prenatal” care (everything that happens before a baby is born) and “neonatal” care … Continue reading
October Ladder Recap: Stomach And Guts!
At October’s session of the Ladder, scholars learned about all things gastrointestinal, or to put it more simply: stomach, guts and stuff! After enjoying lunch and introductions in small groups, medical scholars spent time at three different hands-on learning stations … Continue reading
June Recap: Ears, Sound and Balance
Medical scholars at June’s session learned all about ears, sound and balance. Scholars learned how to use otoscopes to look at the anatomy of the ear… …and audioscopes – devices used to check hearing function. Medical scholars learned … Continue reading
Next Session Of The Ladder June 13th: Ears, Sound, Balance!
At prior sessions of the Ladder (like this one and this one too) we’ve learned a number of things about ears and medical practice that focuses on the ears. This month we’re going to revisit the ears, with a focus … Continue reading