If your answer is ‘yes’ then the Governor’s Institute on Health and Medicine could be just what the doctor ordered!
Are you interested in learning how to suture or perform a dissection? How about infection control? Or researching and analyzing real health data? The Governor’s Institute on Health and Medicine is the perfect place to explore the vast array of opportunities within the healthcare industry. Get a jumpstart on your career by joining us for a week-long exploration of health, medical care, and health careers in Vermont.
Be part of the launch of this dynamic new Institute; a partnership of the Governor’s Institutes of Vermont and the Northern Vermont Area Health Education Center (AHEC). Participation in this groundbreaking Institute will provide you with practical skills and a unique understanding about health and medicine in Vermont.
This year, you can choose between three engaging and varied strands:
Emergency and Sports Medicine
Surgery & Hospital-Based Medicine
Neuroscience & Psychology
In all three strands, you’ll be gaining direct experience via interactive simulations at the lab, field-relevant role play scenarios around Norwich’s campus, and by working with and learning from practicing physicians and health care professionals!
Nicole is the Executive Director at the Northern Vermont AHEC, a health workforce development agency in St. Johnsbury, Vermont. She is a doctoral candidate in Education Leadership and Policy Studies at the University of Vermont. Nicole began work in the field of public health in 2000 as a community organizer in rural New Hampshire, improving access to health and human services for the uninsured. She received a Master’s Degree in Social Work in 2001 from the University of New Hampshire with a concentration in Community, Administration and Policy. Nicole is also a community herbalist and lives in West Burke with her husband and young son.