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The COPE Health Scholars Program allows pre-health students (Health Scholars & Junior Health Scholars) to provide direct, hands-on patient care in a hospital setting, and is affiliated with Swedish Medical Center First Hill and Cherry Hill at the Seattle sites. Moreover, our scholars work alongside nurses, meet doctors and other clinical staff, as well as interact with patients and gain life-changing experiences!
The COPE Health Scholars Program is a clinical training and experiential learning program in partnership with the UCLA Executive Programs in Health Policy & Management. As a little background on our program: students are trained in clinical skills such as taking vitals, ambulating patients and facilitating guided falls, repositioning patients and patient experience. After extensive training and furthermore, demonstrations on proficiency, with this skill-set, they become Health Scholars! And as a Health Scholar, they will gain access to shift in a variety of hospital departments where they will apply their skills while being an active member of the patient care team.
Some of the departments Health Scholars have access to include: Medical Surgery, Oncology, Telemetry, Emergency Department, Administration, ICU, PACU (Post Anesthesia Care Unit), just to name a few. On all floors, Scholars will be able to interact with a diverse demographic of people across all stages of health and life. Additionally, Scholars will gain the opportunity to connect with Health Care Professionals in the fields they may be pursuing. Some of the other opportunities unique to this program include clinics (i.e., suturing), panels of Health Care Professionals, and professional development through the CHS Leadership Team. And upon graduation from the program, Scholars will receive a Certificate in Patient Experience and Pre-Licensed Clinical Care from the UCLA School of Public Health.
Check out their website at copehealthscholars.org.