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South Florida residents benefit from many programs at Nova Southeastern University, and the College of Osteopathic Medicine in particular serves their needs for lifelong education and good health. Browse through these NSU organizations to discover a wealth of opportunity.

NSU-COM AIM-High Medical School Immersion Experience

Achieve in Medicine (AIM-High) is a medical school immersion experience for high school students who would like to actively explore a career in osteopathic medicine. Stay on campus for one action-packed week, meet with the faculty, practice your clinical skills, hear from current students and residents to get a real-life jump on your jourey to medical school. 

Experiences will be offered in the summer of 2016.                                                

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DOctor's Bag recognizes the fears children may have with visiting the doctor. Therefore, this program works toward easing those fears of unfamiliarity and helping a child become more comfortable with the doctor.

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The College of Osteopathic Medicine, Department of Emergency Medical Service (EMS) Education and Training is a registered American Heart Association Regional Training Center and provides critical training to the faculty, staff and students. In addition, EMS training is provided to all of the Health Professions Division (HPD) students as well as any NSU departments, schools or students requesting this training. 

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The Lifelong Learning Institute (LLI), founded in 1977, serves lifelong learning passions of retired adults in Broward County.

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NSU-COM is proud to present the Medical Explorers Program. This program is open to high school students (grades 9 – 12) throughout Broward County. Students are invited to participate in medical clinics that take place throughout the school year.

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NSU-COM coordinates and participates in medical outreach events that provide health care to local, state, and international communities that are underserved.

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Patient Centered Education utilizes community members to serve as surrogate patients in our training program. If you are interested in participating, please contact (954) 262-1786.

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NSU proudly presents our Pre-DOc program hosted by Sigma Sigma Phi National Osteopathic Honor Society. This program provides a fun and interactive environment for high school students to learn and gain direct knowledge about osteopathic medicine.

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Peds PALS is a volunteer program dedicated to children with disabilities and chronic or terminal illnesses. Currently, students of Nova Southeastern University College of Osteopathic Medicine volunteer at Chris Evert Children's Hospital (Broward Health Medical Center) providing art projects and games to the children in the hospital.

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Read-On is a program started by Sigma Sigma Phi National Osteopathic Honor Society at Nova Southeastern University College of Osteopathic Medicine five years ago. The goal of this program is to help elementary school students improve their reading skills.

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Senior Soiree is a program that specifically involves working with the elderly population. A group of 5-6 medical students travels to a local long-term care facilities and spend a couple hours performing a variety of activities.

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