This video has been assigned as homework. If you take notes on it I will give you extra credit.
Please consider these opportunities as a way to become a leader, learn, expand your resume, have something to write about on your college personal statement, contribute to communities in a meaningful way and networking
This is a wonderful opportunity to learn, grow, contribute to communities, and add to your resume in an impressive way. The application is due in just a few days. Go for it if it seems right. Success often happens when you step out of your comfort zone.
Hello Hospital Group. Here are the medical terminology word parts for Tuesday Oct. 1st
Gingiv/o = Gum (as in the gum around your teeth)
-globin = Protein
Gloss/o = Tongue
Gluc/o = Sugar
-glute = Buttocks
Gonad/o = Sex gland
Gon/o = Seed
-gram = Record
-graphia = Write
-gravida = Pregnancy
Extra Credit Words
gyn/o = Women
Helminth- = Worm
Hemat/o = Blood
Hepat/o = Liver
Where it is and what is does:
Stomach and names of anatomical features
Small Intestine and names of anatomical features.
Large Intestine and name of anatomical features.
Pancreas and names of anatomical features
Liver and names of anatomical features
Mechanical and Chemical Digestion
This is an incredible one day opportunity. I am happy to give you quite a bit of extra credit for those who participate. Please strongly consider it. It is free, looks good on your resume, personal statement, etc. Here is the link. Make sure you let me know if you apply.
Hello Interns! Please register at this link from CPMC to begin creating your CPMC Profile.
THe internship wil be from June 10th to July 26th.
Group interviews will be Thursday May 23rd from 3-5pm. They will be held at the Van Ness Campus on the first floor Lobby off of Van Ness and Geary.