Are you interested in improving the health literacy of children and young adults while building your CV? Yes? Help us create a video showing school-aged kids creative ways to say ‘hi’ when handshakes, hugs, and high-fives are not recommended.
Maybe you like the elbow bump, or a toe tap, or a coronavirus curtsey. Have you developed a long-distance air-shake or a dance that you do when entering a room? Whether you’re in the hospital wearing scrubs or a white coat,
on campus, or at the store, take a video of your favorite greeting for us to share.
Our goal is to encourage kids to create fun ways to say hi to their friends so they can safely return to school in the fall.
If you attended any of our review sessions, worked with a tutor, or anticipate the possibility of using either of these resources in the future, we would love to get your feedback. Responses are anonymous.
Stickers and lapel pins are still available for purchase!
Lapel pin: $5.00
Sticker + Lapel Pin: $6.50
The order form will stay open until July 10, 2020 at 11:59 pm. Please pay with check or Venmo to @MUSM2021macon.
Orders will be available for pickup ASAP at MUSM, Navicent/Coliseum, or through intercampus mail. If you have questions, please contact Alyse Ragauskas.
Announcing a New Residency Partnership
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