Operation Orange medical camp set for June 9

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By Dan Hoke

OSU medical student gives a demonstration with a Rescue Annie CPR training mannequin.

University Communications, Contributor

DURANT, Okla. – Southeastern Oklahoma State University will be one of six sites around the state hosting “Operation Orange’’ – a free, one-day mini medical camp for students in grades 9-12.

The date for the event at Southeastern is Wednesday, June 9.

The Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences will provide high school students interested in a career in medicine an opportunity to spend the day in the life of  a medical student.

Participants will:

  • Meet current OSU medical students
  • Participate in hands-on demonstrations
  • Study human anatomy with a heart, lungs and brain
  • Perform intubations by using a simulator
  • Learn more about career opportunities in the healthcare field

Registration is limited; for more information, visit medicine.okstate.edu/com/high-school/operation-orange.html

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