Make An Impact with Law and Medicine

March 5, 2021, 8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
Event Type: Virtual Diversity Matters Event

The Interdisciplinary Program “Make an Impact with Law and Medicine” is designed to introduce South Florida high school and middle school students from historically underrepresented backgrounds to a wide variety of legal and medical practices. It is also designed to empower students to recognize health disparities and to think of ways of addressing legal and medical hurdles through interdisciplinary collaboration. The program will include sessions taught by Nova Southeastern University’s Dr. Kiran C. Patel College of Allopathic Medicine and Shepard Broad College of Law faculty, administrators, staff and law and medical school students. The High School students will participate in a negotiations lab, a primer on alternative dispute resolution, a condensed Problem Based Learning (PBL) case while analyzing and diagnosing a hypothetical patient’s condition; an interdisciplinary health disparities brainstorming sessions on social determinants of health including the awakening in the midst of COVID 19; and speed networking with medical and law school student leaders and faculty. 

School(s)

Nova Southeastern University College of Law

Is the event private?

No
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March 5, 2021, 8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
Event Type: Virtual Diversity Matters Event

The Interdisciplinary Program “Make an Impact with Law and Medicine” is designed to introduce South Florida high school and middle school students from historically underrepresented backgrounds to a wide variety of legal and medical practices. It is also designed to empower students to recognize health disparities and to think of ways of addressing legal and medical hurdles through interdisciplinary collaboration. The program will include sessions taught by Nova Southeastern University’s Dr. Kiran C. Patel College of Allopathic Medicine and Shepard Broad College of Law faculty, administrators, staff and law and medical school students. The High School students will participate in a negotiations lab, a primer on alternative dispute resolution, a condensed Problem Based Learning (PBL) case while analyzing and diagnosing a hypothetical patient’s condition; an interdisciplinary health disparities brainstorming sessions on social determinants of health including the awakening in the midst of COVID 19; and speed networking with medical and law school student leaders and faculty. 

School(s)

Nova Southeastern University College of Law

Is the event private?

No