ISU Pre-Health Professions Association
The purpose of the Pre-health Professions Student Association is to bring together students with similar goals and aspirations for mutual support and development of informational programs. The Student Association officers work closely with the Pre-health Advisor to develop a schedule of speakers, workshops, and other programs covering many of the health professions. Annual dues are minimal and are used to provide the programs described above. Please visit their website for up to date events!
Information about the Student Osteopathetic Medical Organization can be obtained from the pre-health club web site. The national organization can be located at: http://www.studentdo.com/pre-soma
Idaho Condor is a humanitarian organization that is ran solely by ISU students, local doctors, and other community professionals. They make a yearly trip to Peru during ISU's spring break to administer Dental, Medical, and other Health related services to the villages surrounding Cuzco, as well as parts of Lima.
Students to help organize the trip, as well as volunteer. Volunteer opportunities range from sterilizing instruments, to translating Spanish, to even directly assisting professionals. The experience that Pre-Health students will gain from this expedition is once-in-a-lifetime and is invaluable. It is also an incredible resume builder!
The Idaho Falls Campus for ISU has a Future Health Professional Association for students at that location. More information can be obtained by contacting their advisor,Barbara Frank at firstname.lastname@example.org.
AMSA is a student-governed, national organization committed to representing the concerns of physicians-in-training. AMSA members are medical students, premedical students, interns, residents and practicing physicians. Founded in 1950, AMSA continues its commitment to improving medical training and the nation's health.