Mini Medical School
The Mini Medical School at Lehigh Valley Health Network is an annual community program that offers you a chance to gain in-depth, current medical knowledge from experts.
As a teaching organization, Lehigh Valley Health Network includes education as part of its mission, and our doctors and other medical staff members serve as the Mini Medical School faculty. They educate you — in layman's terms — about diagnostic, therapeutic and preventive topics in clinical medicine and scientific research.
Our annual four-week, interactive educational series is for high school students and lifelong learners with an inquiring mind. A medical or scientific background is not needed and you won't have to write a paper or take a final exam. Although you won't graduate with a medical degree, you will learn about the medical techniques being used by our own surgeons. You'll even have a chance to review actual case studies, test your surgical skills in our Surgery Education Center and participate in extracurricular events.
Tuition is free.
Save the 2014 dates.
April 8, 15, 22, 29
6:30 - 8 pm
Lehigh Valley Hospital - Cedar Crest Auditorium
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Learn about last year's Mini Medical School curriculum.
This is not an accredited course or associated with the University of South Florida.