Maggie's advice to younger students navigating their future in a healthcare career? " YOU CAN do it! While it might feel daunting, in the end all of the hard work will be worth it and if it's something you truly want, don't give up until you reach your goals." Taking her own words to heart, Maggie is currently a Physician Assistant student at UW-Madison School of Medicine and Public Health. Originally from Potosi, WI, Maggie connects with the AHEC Scholars program because o
Hands on Health days start with individual student job shadows with healthcare professionals, followed by simulations in the world-class simulation labs at the Integrated Center for Education (ICE House) on the Gundersen, La Crosse campus. On January 28th, students from La Crosse Central & Logan, West Salem and Youth Initiative High schools participated in this event designed to provide hands on job related experience to future healthcare professionals.
The second cohort of the Scenic Rivers AHEC Region AHEC Scholars met for orientation this week. Of the 27 scholars in the 2019 cohort, 17 were able to join orientation to learn more about the didactic curriculum, community based experiential learning opportunities, and get to know one another. Following some get to know one another activities, the group discussed upcoming opportunities including webinars, the WI Express program, and using Canvas (online learning tool). T
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