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Health Sciences Lecture Series for Students

The UAMS College of Medicine "adopted" a local science magnet high school (Parkview Arts and Science Magnet High School) about 15 years ago providing the high school students with tours of the medical sciences campus, some shadowing opportunities, and UAMS faculty participation in PVHS career day. The PIHS program expanded this commitment by adding a monthly science night for students and their parents during the school year. A presentation is made by a UAMS faculty member at the high school. Each presenter introduces himself/herself beginning with when he/she was in high school. This allows the students to appreciate the academic career choices/decisions made by the presenter. Presenters have held a variety of degrees: M.D., Ph.D., M.S.W., R.N., R.T., L.D. and M.S. Below is a listing of the different topics presented from 1995 through 2002.

A Cancer Cell, A Mouse Embryo and a Zebra
A Day in the Life of A Genetic Counselor
Accidents and Brain Injuries
Beavis and Butthead: Human Models and Rodent Models for ADHD?
Can't We all Just Get Along? Anger, Aggression, Violence and Depression in Teenagers
Choices, Choices and More Life Choices
Club & Recreational Drugs: Information You Need to Know
Depression in the Classroom
Diabetes 101 Plus
Diet, Oral Hygiene and Dental Disease Prevention
How Do I Avoid Cancer
How Scientists Test for New Anti-Cancer Drugs
I've Fallen and I Can't Get Up: Falls in the Elderly
Kids and Drugs - What's the Connection?
Mammalian Cloning: A Sheep in Wolf's Clothing
Pain and the Brain: Does Everyone Feel It The Same Way?
Perform Better and Develop Smile Power: Nutrition as the Key
Putting Humpty-Dumpty Back Together Again: Reconstructive Surgery for Cancer
Radiology: The Inside Story
Stop the World? I Want to get Off?
The Beat Goes On (Cardiology)!
The Human Genome Project
To Date or Not To Date, This Should be the Question: Dating Violence
When I Am Old, I Shall Wear Purple, The Art and Science of Aging
X-rays, A-Bombs and Cancer - The Good News about Radiation


The data below summarizes participation in the Partners in Health Sciences Parkview Arts and Science Magnet High School Health Sciences Lecture Series:

Summary: Parkview Arts and Science Magnet High School Health Sciences Lecture Series For Students

Lecture Days
Faculty
Topics
Students
Total Number of Student Hours of Instruction Consumed
    28
    25
    25
2,350
2,350
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