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  1. We still have a few slots left in the January Break program! Sign up for an exciting, adventurous and impressive program that focuses on emergency medicine inside and outside of the hospital. Learn in classes taught by med school faculty and also get the chance to interact with them in informal sessions. Get involved with hands on medicine including Emergency Department shadowing, ultrasound and suture labs, EMS ride-alongs, multiple scenarios, etc., etc.. Hear directly from med school admissions officers and interview committee members and get the chance to ask them your questions. Earn C
  2. We still have a few slots left in the January Break program! Sign up for an exciting, adventurous and impressive program that focuses on emergency medicine outside of the hospital. What happens when someone breaks a leg on a trail 12 miles from the road? What happens if your friend gets frostbite on a camping trip? How does one address chronic illnesses like diabetes and mental health in the wilderness? Are you prepared to deal with medical issues on study abroad or during travel to rural, remote and developing parts of the world? Learn to address all of those issues while meeting other st
  3. Registration is now open for the University of Colorado School of Medicine's three 2015 Pre-Med Emergency & Wilderness Medicine Program sessions. The Program includes Emergency Department shadowing with medical school faculty, EMS ride-alongs, labs, lectures from about 20 different faculty and many different specialties, a career panel, talks from the Admissions Office, CPR certification, optional Wilderness First Responder certification, and a camp-based experience. Sessions will be run in January, May-June, and August. The program is aimed at junior and senior level pre-med (or ot
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