Develop physician leaders one school at a time throughout Washington
Provide a statewide, comprehensive pathway program to medicine from K – 16 with special attention focused on students in under-resourced schools and communities, and programs tailored to developmental needs within each class/grade, and as students programs through their pathway to medicine.
- Phase I: Needs Assessment and Action Consortium
- Phase II: Pilot and Implement
- Phase III: Sustainability
ESFCOM contributed to Na-ha-shnee Health Sciences Institute (this presentation by Leila Harrison, MA, Med, Assistant Dean for Recruitment and Admissions) focused on Preparing for Medicine School in High School