Jump STEAM : Mini Med School for Beginners (6th – 8th Grade)

Jump STEAM : Mini Med School for Beginners (6th – 8th Grade)

Mini Med School for Beginners will provide attendees with a glimpse of what medical students learn about the human body at the most fundamental level. The course has been designed to encourage students to consider an educational pathway to the medical fields by giving learners an introspective look at all 11 systems of the human body. This half day, hands-on learning opportunity involves brief lectures followed by interactive sessions that include dissecting of the anatomy and testing the physiology in laboratory and clinical scenarios at a world-class medical simulation center. The course will also motivate learners to take an introspective look at their own health by using clinical tools and real human and animal specimens to discover what’s happening in their own body to understand the importance of making healthy choices.…
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Jump STEAM : Electrical Engineering in Healthcare (9th – 12th Grade)

Jump STEAM : Electrical Engineering in Healthcare (9th – 12th Grade)

Electronics are used by everyone every single day and the world of medicine is no different. From sensors, to pumps, to LEDs, electronics have become a cornerstone in the healthcare setting. But how do these devices work? How can we design them? What can we use to test them? Begin to answer these questions and more in this class which teaches the basics of electricity, circuit design and programming all with the help of Arduino. Who should register for this course? Students interested in biomedical engineering. Students interested in learning more about career opportunities in the healthcare industry.
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Jump STEAM : Mobile VR Workshop (6th – 8th Grade)

Jump STEAM : Mobile VR Workshop (6th – 8th Grade)

Learn how to create and deploy your very own mobile virtual reality experience. Learners will use Unity to build virtual worlds and interactions that can be installed directly on to their personal mobile devices. Once completed, learners can experience the thrill of VR anytime, anywhere. Who should register for this course? Students interested in graphic design, gaming, and virtual/augmented reality. Students interested in learning more about career opportunities in the healthcare industry.
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Jump STEAM : Advanced Mini Med School (9th – 12th Grade)

Jump STEAM : Advanced Mini Med School (9th – 12th Grade)

Advanced Mini Med School will provide attendees with a glimpse of what medical students learn about the human body at the most fundamental level. The course has been designed to encourage high school aged students to consider an educational pathway to the medical fields by giving learners an introspective look at all 11 systems of the human body. This half day, hands-on learning opportunity involves brief lectures followed by interactive sessions that include dissecting of the anatomy and testing the physiology in laboratory and clinical scenarios at a world-class medical simulation center. The course will also motivate learners to take an introspective look at their own health by using clinical tools and real human and animal specimens to discover what’s happening in their own body to understand the importance of making…
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Jump STEAM : Electrical Engineering in Healthcare (6th – 8th Grade)

Jump STEAM : Electrical Engineering in Healthcare (6th – 8th Grade)

Electronics are used by everyone every single day and the world of medicine is no different. From sensors, to pumps, to LEDs, electronics have become a cornerstone in the healthcare setting. But how do these devices work? How can we design them? What can we use to test them? Begin to answer these questions and more in this class which teaches the basics of electricity, circuit design and programming all with the help of Arduino. Who should register for this course? Students interested in biomedical engineering. Students interested in learning more about career opportunities in the healthcare industry.
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Jump STEAM : Mobile VR Workshop (9th – 12th Grade)

Jump STEAM : Mobile VR Workshop (9th – 12th Grade)

Learn how to create and deploy your very own mobile virtual reality experience. Learners will use Unity to build virtual worlds and interactions that can be installed directly on to their personal mobile devices. Once completed, learners can experience the thrill of VR anytime, anywhere. Who should register for this course? Students interested in graphic design, gaming, and virtual/augmented reality. Students interested in learning more about career opportunities in the healthcare industry.
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UICOMP Pre-Med Surgical Immersion Experience

UICOMP Pre-Med Surgical Immersion Experience

The UICOMP Pre-Med Surgical Immersion Experience is open to highly motivated undergraduates who are interested in an immersive experience with clinical and simulation-based surgical modules and hands on activities to enhance preparation for medical school. During this week long course, students will experience several different surgical specialties.  The focus will be on neurosurgery, cardiovascular surgery and interventional cardiology, general surgery, interventional radiology, among others. Course material will include education provided by practicing physicians and other medical professionals. Students will have the opportunity to learn about and practice hands on activities including: an overview of clinical skills, professionalism and patient information safety, suturing, prepping for a sterile operating room, brain dissection, assorted neurology skills, cardiology overview, cardiac surgery and interventional cardiology, VR learning, virtual laparoscopic skills, and cadaver that has been re-perfused for…
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Jump STEAM : Empathy and Engineering Extravaganza (6th – 8th Grade)

Jump STEAM : Empathy and Engineering Extravaganza (6th – 8th Grade)

Participants will explore different disabilities and how they impact daily activities.  They will then work in teams with the guidance of engineers, to design and build devices that could help those with physical challenges. Who should register for this course? Learners interested in the role of engineering in the creation of innovation solutions in healthcare.
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Jump STEAM : Advanced Mini Med School (9th – 12th Grade)

Jump STEAM : Advanced Mini Med School (9th – 12th Grade)

Jump Simulation's STEAM Saturday - Advanced Mini Med School will provide attendees with a glimpse of what medical students learn about the human body at the most fundamental level. The course has been designed to encourage high school aged students to consider an educational pathway to the medical fields by giving learners an introspective look at all 11 systems of the human body. This half day, hands-on learning opportunity involves brief lectures followed by interactive sessions that include dissecting of the anatomy and testing the physiology in laboratory and clinical scenarios at a world-class medical simulation center. The course will also motivate learners to take an introspective look at their own health by using clinical tools and real human and animal specimens to discover what’s happening in their own body to understand…
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Jump STEAM : EMS – Life in the Fast Lane (6th – 8th Grade)

Jump STEAM : EMS – Life in the Fast Lane (6th – 8th Grade)

Students will learn about the different roles that EMS providers play in health care systems today by participating in simulations that will take place in Jump Simulation’s Virtual Hospital Unit and Regional Transport Center. Students will have the opportunity to: Serve the role of an EMS provider in a simulated environment Interact and engage with Jump Simulation’s manikins while providing emergency medical care as they simulate transport to the hospital by ambulance Gain hands on experience with technology and equipment used by paramedics Who should register for this course? Students interested in learning more about career opportunities in the healthcare industry. Students who have attended one or more STEAM Saturday courses and would like to experience more of what Jump has to offer.
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