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Distance Learning: Pathway to Med School Admissions Forum 2009

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Presenters:


Julie Roth

, SOWEGA-AHEC Preceptor Coordinator



Representatives from GA Medical Schools:


  • Sterling A. Roaf, Jr., MD, MD, Director of Admissions, Morehouse School of Medicine
  • H. William Craver, DO, FACOS, Chair of Undergraduate Clinical Education, PCOM
  • Geoffrey H. Young, PhD, Associate Dean for Admissions, Medical College of Georgia School of Medicine
  • Maurice Clifton, MD, MSEd, Associate Dean of Admissions, Mercer University School of Medicine

Sponsors:


Southwest Georgia Area Health Education Center (SOWEGA-AHEC)
HealthTecdl
Albany Area Primary Health Care, Inc. (AAPHC)
Southwest Georgia Family Medicine Residency
University of Georgia College of Pharmacy


Session Description:

The Pathway to Med School Admissions Forum provides participants with information regarding all Georgia medical schools, including admissions standards and processes, introduces participants to some of the decision makers at Georgia medical school admissions offices, and provides participants with the opportunity to have their specific questions regarding medical school answered during the live event. The Pathway to Med School Admissions Forum is one scheduled event during the four-week summer residential Pathway to Med School Program.

Session Objectives:

Participants will be:


  1. Provided information regarding all Georgia medical schools, including admissions standards and processes.
  2. Introduced to some of the decision-makers at Georgia medical school admissions offices.
  3. Provided the opportunity to get their specific questions regarding medical school answered at the live event.

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