Jun
2
to Jul 31

Nth Dimensions Summer Internship Program Dates

All Interns (Orthopaedic, Physical Therapy and Radiology):

The student will attend a mandatory orientation on June 3rd at the American College of Radiology Headquarters. Please note: Students will fly in on the evening of Friday, June 2nd to the orientation hotel location. Students will depart on the morning of Sunday, June 4th to their internship sites.

Students will begin their internships on Monday, June 5th and end on Friday, July 28th. Due to some students school start date for the semester, those internship dates may fluctuate based on the student; however, this is on a case by case basis and must be discussed with the Nth Team.

The student will present their summer research at the National Medical Association on Saturday, July 29th and Sunday, July 30th. Students will fly back to their home and/or school locations on Sunday, July 30th or Monday, July 31st.

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Dec
1
to Jan 31

Nth Dimensions Summer Internship Programs Applications Available

Nth Dimensions will provide 8-week summer internships for select students in the areas of Orthopaedics and Radiology for 1st year medical students. As well as Physical Therapy for Undergraduate Juniors and Seniors.  These internships will take place nationally with preceptors identified by the selection committee. ALERT: CHANGE IN DEADLINE! NOTIFICATION: Nth Dimensions is changing the stipend structure for the Summer Internship Programs. The stipend will be defined at the discretion of the program staff. More information to come soon.

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#GivingTuesday
Nov
29
to Dec 31

#GivingTuesday

To the Friends of Nth Dimensions, Scholars, Alumni, Preceptors, Supporters and Believers of Nth Dimensions, as we continue to develop the next generation ofLeaders, Scholars and Physicians This year, on Tuesday, November 29, 2016, Nth Dimensions is participating in #GivingTuesday, a global day dedicated to giving.

Last year, more than 45,000 organizations in 71 countries came together to celebrate #GivingTuesday.  Since its founding in 2012, #GivingTuesday has inspired giving around the world, resulting in greater donations, volunteer hours, and activities that bring about real change in communities.  This year, we invite you to join the celebration and make your gift in support Nth Dimensions.
 
Our goal is 500 gifts of $100 for #GivingTuesday on Tuesday, November 29, 2016 with a total goal of 1400 gifts of $100 through the end of 2016.  

All gifts, no matter the size, will make a difference and create access to the life-changing opportunities. 

Please mark your calendars for Tuesday, November 29, 2016  and give more the following Tuesdays until the end of the year. Help us spread the word!
 
Those who are interested in joining Nth Dimensions’ #GivingTuesday
initiative can support us here (and click to make it recurring).

 #GivingTuesday is so much more than one day in November. Pledge to do more the following year.  For instance, you can give a certain amount every month to Nth Dimensions.

Thank you for your support! 
"Together, we are making a difference!"

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Nth Dimensions and the Orthopaedic Section of the NMA Sawbones Bioskills Workshop
Jul
29
4:00pm 4:00pm

Nth Dimensions and the Orthopaedic Section of the NMA Sawbones Bioskills Workshop

  • Keck Auditorium Charles Drew Medical School (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Nth Dimensions [www.nthdimensions.org], in association with the Orthopedic Surgery section of the National Medical Association and Charles Drew University, is proud to present a live, hands-on, surgeon-led program designed to give undergraduate and medical students exposure to orthopedic surgery. Register HERE!

Nth Dimensions, in our effort to eliminate healthcare disparities by diversifying the physician workforce, urges you to take advantage of this opportunity to meet local surgeons, have questions about entry to medical school and surgical training programs answered, and get a chance to use actual orthopedic equipment [supplied by our founding partner ZimmerBiomet] to repair simulated fractures.

Keck Auditorium, on the Charles Drew University Campus, on Friday, July 29, 2016 between 4:00pm and 8:00pm.

The event is free of charge to all undergraduate and medical students.

 

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Mar
26
10:30am10:30am

Student National Medical Association Sawbones Bioskills Program

Sawbones Bioskills Hands-on Workshops (Sawbones)

In order to increase awareness of the specialty being addressed, community and academic surgeons lead lectures and hands-on workshops with target groups of minorities and women students. These sessions act as a primary point of recruitment meant to expose students to the field early in their medical school matriculation and to inform and recruit students for the Orthopaedic Summer Internship program.

Join us in Austin, TX

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Mar
2
to Mar 4

Medical Student Symposium - Annual AAOS Meeting

Medical students from across the country participate in a two full days of activities during the AAOS meeting which include the Annual Trilogy Breakfast, visits to the exhibit hall, the annual luncheon of the J. Robert Gladden Society, and afternoon plenary sessions. Nth Dimensions awards housing grants to approximately sixty selected students to attend the annual meeting.

Apply today, here!

*All medical students are welcome to apply for the Medical Student Symposium.

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Feb
26
to Feb 28

7th Annual Women in Surgery Conference

The Women in Surgery (WIS) Career Symposium is a professional and academic event dedicated to encouraging more women to pursue careers in Surgery. It promotes both personal and professional growth and is designed to foster mentorship as well as a peer network. It also provides a forum to discuss contemporary issues and opportunities for women who have chosen or may choose a career in Surgery.

Participants will be able to interact with women who are thought leaders in Surgery and pioneers in advancing women in Surgery.

The annual WIS career symposium serves as a forum to discuss the issues and challenges confronting women as they seek to advance in a changing but still male-dominated field and to share successes and advice for breaking the glass ceiling in Surgery.

Do you want to attend, register today at the Women In Surgery website by clicking here.

Join Dr. Bonnie Mason, who will be presenting as Faculty at the event.  She will be speaking on Saturday on the Business of Medicine.

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Feb
12
4:30pm 4:30pm

Xavier University of Louisiana Sawbones Bioskills Program

Sawbones Bioskills Hands-on Workshops (Sawbones)

In order to increase awareness of the specialty being addressed, community and academic surgeons lead lectures and hands-on workshops with target groups of minorities and women students. These sessions act as a primary point of recruitment meant to expose students to the field early in their medical school matriculation and to inform and recruit students for the Orthopaedic Summer Internship program.

Location: NCF Science Building, Room 105, 1 Drexel Drive, New Orleans, LA

 

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Dec
14
to Jan 22

Physical Therapy Summer Internship Program Application Deadline

MAKE THE CHOICE that defines your future!

Apply for the Physical Therapy Summer Internship Program, sponsored by Nth Dimensions and OrthoCarolina. All sophomore undergraduate students are encouraged to apply for this program especially designed for gender and ethnic minority students pursuing careers in Physical Therapy. Summer interns work side by side with experienced physical therapist preceptors in a challenging academic or private practice environment.

Turn your Physical Therapy aspirations INTO REALITY!

The Nth Dimensions | OrthoCarolina Summer Internship Program offers a unique opportunity to gain valuable first-hand clinical and research experience at a critical time in your academic career.

Accepting applications: November 1, 2015 – January 8, 2016

Apply NOW!

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Dec
14
to Jan 8

Medical Student Symposium Application Deadline

Medical students from across the country participate in a full day of activities during the AAOS meeting which include the Annual Trilogy Breakfast, visits to the exhibit hall, the annual luncheon of the J. Robert Gladden Society, afternoon plenary sessions, and more.

Join Nth Dimensions for an incredible opportunity by applying for a our program today.

Apply Now!

*Please note that all students are asked to ensure flight arrangements are for arrival on March 2nd and departing on March 4th.

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