Health Professions Week is in full swing this spring!
Join us at any point during the month for free career quizzes, live webinars, and an epic online career scavenger hunt. Events start March 1 and run through March 31, 2023.
Select just one day to register and get access to all of SpringHPW. Even if you have attended before, you should plan to come to the spring event! New live events, games, and more inspiration! And it's all free.
We’re planning panels to “Meet the Physicians” hosted by our partners at the American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine (AACOM) and “Explore Community Health” with our partners at Health Impact Ohio (HIO). Want to increase your “Situational Judgement” prowess? We’re proud to have Health Professional Student Association (HPSA) join us for this talk.
What is Health Professions Week (HPW)? HPW is a series of events designed to help you explore healthcare careers. There are many events during each week of spring HPW – so you can choose which activities interest you the most. These events are 100% virtual and a lot is on-demand. Some webinars will be live, so watch for some events to be listed with a specific date and time. Don't miss out! To see what all of the buzz is about, visit our website for details and event descriptions.
All educators will have access to free lesson plans for every event and activity to make bringing HPW into your classroom easy!
Get ready to Explore Careers Confidently.
“See” you at spring HPW!
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