Friday, May 27, 2022
Virtual (8:30 AM - 12:30 PM)
Queen's University, Accelevents Virtual Event Platform
Discovery Days in Health Sciences are one-day events that provide secondary school students (grades 10 and 11) with the opportunity to explore a variety of career options in medicine and the health sciences. High school students gain a clearer picture of what it would be like to be a health professional by interacting with researchers, clinicians and educators in their real-life work setting. The event includes:
- A dynamic keynote lecture
- Interactive workshops
- 'Health Pros Tell All' career panel discussion
A teacher or guidance counsellor serving as a liaison between the CMHF and students must register the school. The liaison will receive periodic updates and further information, including instructions about how students register.
The Canadian Medical Hall of Fame is committed to fostering inclusion and supporting the leadership efforts at Canadian universities to change the diversity pathway to medicine and the health sciences. We encourage teachers to include students who self-identify as Indigenous, Black or a Person of Colour, or who come from a rural or known disadvantaged socioeconomic background, when considering who will be invited to attend this event.
Participants will require access to a computer, headphones, video capabilities (optional), internet connection and a quiet space. This may mean they attend virtually from home that morning or are in front of a computer in a dedicated space at school.
FOR TEACHERS AND STUDENTS
1. SCHOOL REGISTRAION -- CLOSED --
A teacher or guidance counsellor (the Liaison) must register the school for the event in order to receive updates and the registration link. This is an expression of interest and does not obligate you to have students attend, however spaces are not guaranteed unless students sign up for workshops which are first-come, first-served.
DEADLINE: APRIL 29
2. PROMOTE THE EVENT
The Liason promotes the event to students interested in science. Students must review the documents below carefully prior to registering as an attendee. Workshop spaces are limited and are offered on a first-come, first-served basis.
3. STUDENTS AND TEACHERS REGISTER MAY 5, 2022 – 12:00 PM (EDT)
Number of students permitted to sign up per school : NONE
On the date above, the Liaison will receive an email with a unique link and registration instructions. The Liaison distributes this e-mail to the students who have expressed interest. Please note that individual registration links are not available on our website, only via email.
DEADLINE: MAY 24
School Registration / Formulaire d'inscription de l'école