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Exploring Health Care Careers Lecture Series

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Staten Island University Hospital - North Site
Regina McGinn Conference Center
Thursdays 4 – 5 PM

Jan 8th How to Prepare for a Career in Medicine
Dr. Marianne Smith Associate Director Ambulatory Medicine
Associated Medical Schools of NY (AAMC)
Pre lecture suggested Links http://molmed.org/events/prep & Aspiringdocs.org
This is the steps a student must take from high school forward if interested in medicine. Recommended also for very engaged and knowledgeable parents.

REGISTER FOR THE JANUARY 8TH LECTURE

Jan 22cd Every Body Moves……. Careers in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech Language Therapy, Therapeutic Recreation, & Audiology. Rehabilitation restores function; learn about a day in the life of a therapist, the schools and multiple career opportunities available.

REGISTER FOR THE JANUARY 22ND LECTURE

Feb 5th Where’s Waldo?? Careers in Radiology & Imaging Technology
Dr Lynne Voutsinas, Radiologist & Edwin Lopez Admin Director
Radiologists are physicians that specialize in reading xrays, CT scans, MRIs and performing procedures like angiograms and biopsies. Radiologists are the doctors’ doctor who make diagnoses. Radiology Technologists are educated to take the xrays and images and assist the Radiologist with the angiograms and biopsies. Learn what Radiologists and the Radiology Technologists do.

REGISTER FOR THE FEBRUARY 5TH LECTURE

Feb 26th The ABCs of Trauma Care
Eric Cohen, RN/CEN; Christopher Sorrentino, RN/CEN; Dr. John Schulz, III

REGISTER FOR THE FEBRUARY 26TH LECTURE

Mar 5th Careers in Cardiothoracic Surgery
Dr John NabagiezCardiovascular Surgeon

REGISTER FOR THE MARCH 5TH LECTURE

Mar 26th Pediatrics / Internal Medicine Dr Ralph Messo
Computerized Patient Medical Simulation Lab Natalya Kusheleva Heidi Baer, MD
Hear about a ”day in the life “of an physician and Faculty for our medical residency program; recognized as an engaging speaker. See firsthand how medical students are taught on our SIM Manusing computerized patients (manikins) for patients’ safety training of medical teams.) N.Kusheleva, MS PAC, Heidi Baer, MD

REGISTER FOR THE MARCH 26TH LECTURE

April 2 Careers in The Brain - Neurology Dr Eyu
EEG & Vascular Technology – Lorraine Pearlman ????

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April 23 Emergency! Sudden Cardiac Arrest in Athletes Dr Paul Barbara
The Wide Spectrum of Nursing Careers – Toni Rose, RN
Learn about the pathway to becoming an “ER Doc” in the exciting field of Emergency Medicine. Dr. Barbara is also trained as an EMS Physician and will discuss some of the ways laypersons can save lives in the out-of-hospital setting. The vast majority of emergencies occur outside the hospital. Come to this informative session to learn how to become part of the team who provide lifesaving care when seconds count.

REGISTER FOR THE APRIL 23RD LECTURE

May 7 Surgery with Robots & STEM (Science / Technology / Engineering / Math) Careers in Healthcare Dr. Vance Moss, Surgeon, www.vinceandvancemoss.com & Kevin Brenowitz, RN
Greg Lund & Stephanie Barbieri - Biomedical Engineering, Matt Verardi / Ed Hamden- Pharmacy & Robotics,
Engineers & Information technology careers in healthcare environment are rapidly being created. Engineering and technology concepts in the use of robotics will be explored with robotic surgery, Biomedical Engineering, Pharmacy & Information Systems.

May 28th Careers in Oncology & Bioethical Considerations Dr Forte, Director Palliative Care Medicine what would you decide? Discussion Panel and Case Presentations Medical, Legal and Spiritual Aspects ……… Helene Georgis-Corey Esq; Fr John DeLora; Dr James Ducy
A presentation on the range of careers available in the field of oncology combined with a panel discussion of actual cases presented to our Bieothics committee…………Have you ever thought about how doctors decide who receives a transplant when there are few kidneys available? When should extraordinary care be discontinued at the beginning and end of life?

***** Preregistration required for each presentation on SIUH.edu/future

www.healthmanagementcareers.org/ Healthcare is one of today’s most dynamic and growing fields, with a wide range of opportunities and challenges. This Internet resource guide will assist you in exploring a career in the healthcare management field and provide you with information so that you can make a more informed career decision.

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