Past and Current Education and Service Projects
- AOA – Language Learning Center ESL : A partnership aimed at helping teach English as a Second Language to members of the community. Sessions are every Thursday at 6pm. No language requirements. To sign up as a volunteer: Volunteer registration. For more information on volunteering email Michael Mankbadi at firstname.lastname@example.org
- AOA Pipeline Project: March 6th 2018 from 4:00-6:30PM at the College of Medicine
- Project aimed to discuss careers in healthcare for high school students demonstrating interest in pursuing medicine. AOA members will be teaching basic physical exam skills while providing a tour of the ORMC Veterans Affairs hospitals.Second Look events including dinners, discussions, and clinical case exercises with prospective students at annual Second Look Event
- Second Look events including dinners, discussions, and clinical case exercises with prospective UCF College of Medicine students for the upcoming class.
- KNIGHTS Clinic Research Project
- For more information please see the abstract: 2019 SSRFC Conference_QI Abstract_r03
- Health Awareness Months Video Monitor Project
- June 2018-AOA – June 2018 – National Safety Awareness Month
- September 2018-AOA- September 2018 Childhood Obesity
- November 2018-AOA November 2018-Diabetes Awareness Month
- December 2018-AOA – December 2018 – National Hand Washing Week – lbeland
- January 2019-AOA January 2019 – Cervical Cancer Awareness Month
- Development of clinical skills training videos for use in instruction of physical exam techniques as part of M1 and M2 curriculum
- Post-match panel discussion with rising fourth year students to discuss strategies for fourth year applying for residency
- Hispanic Health Initiatives: Providing nutritional counseling and health check-ups in the community
- Development of third-year clerkship guide to help medical students transition between classroom training and rotations in area hospitals and clinics
- Collaboration with Clean the World, an organization that gathers unused shampoo, soaps and other hygiene products from area hotels and distributes them to impoverished people around the world. UCF medical students sorted and boxed 48,000 bottles of shampoo, 25,000 bars of soap and 3,000 washcloths.
Last edited by Michael Mankbadi on January 20, 2019.