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Mayo Clinic – Barrett  Honors CollegePremedical Scholars Program Overview            by   Kenneth Mishark, MD     Septembe...
Outline•Introductions•Brief History of the Mayo Clinic•Overview of the Premedical Scholars Program•Questions and comments
Introductions - Kenneth Mishark, MD          Program Director                 Phone: 480-342-1387                 Email: M...
Introductions – Tyson Robinson,     Program Administrator            Phone: 480-301-4613            Email: Robinson.Tyson ...
Brief History of the Mayo Clinic            1863              • Dr Worrall Mayo                named the examining        ...
Brief History of the Mayo Clinic                 1884                   •Dr. William J. Mayo                    joins his ...
Brief History of the Mayo Clinic            1890’s              •Concept of a private group              practice is forma...
The Mayo Foundation Today           The Mayo Clinic is the            largest private group            practice in the wor...
The Mayo Foundation Today         The Mayo Graduate         School is the world’s         largest program of         gradu...
Mayo Clinic Scottsdale            • Founded in 1987            • Currently: 464 staff              physicians and scientis...
Mayo Clinic Hospital          • Opened in 1998          • 244 beds, 18 operating rooms,            and a Level II emergenc...
Research at Mayo Clinic         • Bench to clinical research         • Collaborations with local           high technology...
So What Makes Mayo Clinic            Different?• Three shields: patient care, research, education• A rich history and trad...
Mayo Clinic – Barrett HonorsCollege Premedical Scholars         Program
Mission StatementA program sponsored by the Mayo Clinic for the students of Barrett Honors College.Our goal is to nurture ...
Core Components1. Shadowing physicians2. Lectures3. Research projects (for those with an  interest)4. Hands on Laboratory ...
Core Components   Physician Shadowing Arizona•Mostly a “self-serve menu”•You MUST rotate through a variety of specialties ...
Core Components              Lectures•Open to any and all students – feel free to bring a friend or two•Occur primarily at...
Core Components       Research Opportunities•Clinical or bench research  •Simple to complex•But honestly, lots of stuff is...
Core Components          Hands On Labs•Examples  •Suturing  •Applying a cast  •CPR and Basic First Aid  •Laparoscopic Lab ...
Assistance with Your Medical        School Application•Medical School 101•Mock interviews•Letters of Recommendation
Tentative Schedule for the YearLectures   •Life of an Emergency Doctor     •Joe Wood, MD, JD   •Combat Medicine     •Pierr...
Tentative Schedule for the YearLabs  •Simulation Center  •Suturing  •Applying a Cast & Blood Drawing  •Cadaver Lab
Tentative ScheduleOther fun stuff  •First aid tent at the TPC Golf    Tournament (Jan ’12)   •Aerospace Lab at Mayo Clinic...
Community Programs•You don’t have to get into Medical School to make a difference in people’s life•Shadow or complete trai...
Community Program     Care 7     •Crisis Intervention for      Tempe Police and Fire      Departments     •Shadowing is   ...
Community Programs       Hospice of the Valley•An interdisciplinary team of physicians, nurses, social workers, clergy who...
Community Programs              New Song• Provides a support group program for grieving children and their families follow...
Community Programs        Medical Ride Along•Scottsdale and Glendale Fire Departments•Shadowing only
Community Programs       St. Vincent Free Clinic•Provides medical care to adults and children who would otherwise slip thr...
Nuts and Bolts•Shadowing  •Preceptors in all departments who   have agreed to participate  •You are required to contact th...
Nuts and Bolts• We will plan to do a lab (2 to 3 hours) or lecture (1 hour) monthly – shadowing is up to you!• Travel is a...
Nuts and Bolts•Dress Code  •You have to blend in = fairly formal    dress for shadowing•Behavior Code
Applying for the Program•In 2008, we started out with 20 students - this year, we plan to enroll 50 students•Applications ...
A Change from Prior YearsTHIS IS A ONE YEAR     PROGRAM
How We Select Applicants•We calculate a point score based on GPA, essays•Small bonus given for Mayo roots, prior health ca...
Final Thoughts•Application to the program is very competitive•If you don’t get in, apply next year!
Final ThoughtsSome of you may decide medical school is not for you …
Final ThoughtsSome of you may decide medical school is not for you ….          AND THAT’S OK
Final Thought -This program is for you!
.    “This is the end...”
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  1. 1. Mayo Clinic – Barrett Honors CollegePremedical Scholars Program Overview by Kenneth Mishark, MD September 7, 2012
  2. 2. Outline•Introductions•Brief History of the Mayo Clinic•Overview of the Premedical Scholars Program•Questions and comments
  3. 3. Introductions - Kenneth Mishark, MD Program Director Phone: 480-342-1387 Email: Mishark.Kenneth @Mayo.edu
  4. 4. Introductions – Tyson Robinson, Program Administrator Phone: 480-301-4613 Email: Robinson.Tyson @Mayo.edu
  5. 5. Brief History of the Mayo Clinic 1863 • Dr Worrall Mayo named the examining surgeon of the Enrollment Board for the Minnesota territory
  6. 6. Brief History of the Mayo Clinic 1884 •Dr. William J. Mayo joins his father in practice 1888 •Dr. Charles H. Mayo joins the practice
  7. 7. Brief History of the Mayo Clinic 1890’s •Concept of a private group practice is formalized •Saint Mary’s Hospital opens in Rochester 1915 •The Mayo brothers established the world’s first graduate school of Medicine
  8. 8. The Mayo Foundation Today The Mayo Clinic is the largest private group practice in the world ~3800 staff physicians and scientist, 3600 physicians in training, 50,100 employees • Three campuses - each with a network of affiliated clinics • Rochester, MN • Jacksonville, FL • Scottsdale, AZ
  9. 9. The Mayo Foundation Today The Mayo Graduate School is the world’s largest program of graduate medical education ~12,000 Mayo-trained physicians in practice
  10. 10. Mayo Clinic Scottsdale • Founded in 1987 • Currently: 464 staff physicians and scientists, 260 residents fellows and students • Two main sites: •Clinic- 134th Street and Shea •Hospital- 57th Street and Mayo Boulevard • Multiple residency and fellowship programs
  11. 11. Mayo Clinic Hospital • Opened in 1998 • 244 beds, 18 operating rooms, and a Level II emergency department • High tech work environment electronic records, digital x- rays, etc. • 24 hour/day in-house staff coverage
  12. 12. Research at Mayo Clinic • Bench to clinical research • Collaborations with local high technology companies • Preceptors available for simple to complex research projects
  13. 13. So What Makes Mayo Clinic Different?• Three shields: patient care, research, education• A rich history and tradition• All physicians are on salary• Traditional barriers in a teaching hospital are minimal•“Midwestern nice”
  14. 14. Mayo Clinic – Barrett HonorsCollege Premedical Scholars Program
  15. 15. Mission StatementA program sponsored by the Mayo Clinic for the students of Barrett Honors College.Our goal is to nurture humanitarian instincts and help prepare premedical students for a rewarding career in medicine.
  16. 16. Core Components1. Shadowing physicians2. Lectures3. Research projects (for those with an interest)4. Hands on Laboratory experiences5. Assistance with your medical school application6. Community programs
  17. 17. Core Components Physician Shadowing Arizona•Mostly a “self-serve menu”•You MUST rotate through a variety of specialties •Medical, surgical, laboratory, etc•Can be done in off hours during the school year or summer
  18. 18. Core Components Lectures•Open to any and all students – feel free to bring a friend or two•Occur primarily at ASU•Will concentrate on stories rather than “medical facts”
  19. 19. Core Components Research Opportunities•Clinical or bench research •Simple to complex•But honestly, lots of stuff is available through ASU
  20. 20. Core Components Hands On Labs•Examples •Suturing •Applying a cast •CPR and Basic First Aid •Laparoscopic Lab •Colonoscopy Lab •Simulation Center
  21. 21. Assistance with Your Medical School Application•Medical School 101•Mock interviews•Letters of Recommendation
  22. 22. Tentative Schedule for the YearLectures •Life of an Emergency Doctor •Joe Wood, MD, JD •Combat Medicine •Pierre Noel, MD
  23. 23. Tentative Schedule for the YearLabs •Simulation Center •Suturing •Applying a Cast & Blood Drawing •Cadaver Lab
  24. 24. Tentative ScheduleOther fun stuff •First aid tent at the TPC Golf Tournament (Jan ’12) •Aerospace Lab at Mayo Clinic •End of Year Gathering
  25. 25. Community Programs•You don’t have to get into Medical School to make a difference in people’s life•Shadow or complete training and be the “real deal”•And these are things you can do without a car
  26. 26. Community Program Care 7 •Crisis Intervention for Tempe Police and Fire Departments •Shadowing is available at all times •33 hour crisis intervention course to be the “real deal”
  27. 27. Community Programs Hospice of the Valley•An interdisciplinary team of physicians, nurses, social workers, clergy who provide end of life care•Shadowing hospice physicians, nurse•Inpatient Unit not far away•24 hour training program to be the “real deal”
  28. 28. Community Programs New Song• Provides a support group program for grieving children and their families following the death of a loved one.• Can qualify as a grief counselor – 25 hour classroom course plus 20 hours mentoring. Groups meet every other week.
  29. 29. Community Programs Medical Ride Along•Scottsdale and Glendale Fire Departments•Shadowing only
  30. 30. Community Programs St. Vincent Free Clinic•Provides medical care to adults and children who would otherwise slip through the cracks•Opportunity to shadow a wide variety of clinic preceptors (including yours truly)
  31. 31. Nuts and Bolts•Shadowing •Preceptors in all departments who have agreed to participate •You are required to contact them by email a “fair time” prior •And you must rotate through various areas
  32. 32. Nuts and Bolts• We will plan to do a lab (2 to 3 hours) or lecture (1 hour) monthly – shadowing is up to you!• Travel is an issue – we will come to ASU campus whenever possible but we recommend carpooling• We will try to give advance notice of program activities but due to the nature of physicians schedule or lab materials we may only be able to give 2 week notice.
  33. 33. Nuts and Bolts•Dress Code •You have to blend in = fairly formal dress for shadowing•Behavior Code
  34. 34. Applying for the Program•In 2008, we started out with 20 students - this year, we plan to enroll 50 students•Applications open for sophomores to seniors•Application Deadline is September 14 - enrollment will be completed by September 28
  35. 35. A Change from Prior YearsTHIS IS A ONE YEAR PROGRAM
  36. 36. How We Select Applicants•We calculate a point score based on GPA, essays•Small bonus given for Mayo roots, prior health care experience, prior application to the program
  37. 37. Final Thoughts•Application to the program is very competitive•If you don’t get in, apply next year!
  38. 38. Final ThoughtsSome of you may decide medical school is not for you …
  39. 39. Final ThoughtsSome of you may decide medical school is not for you …. AND THAT’S OK
  40. 40. Final Thought -This program is for you!
  41. 41. . “This is the end...”

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