Intro to Surgery
One-Week Summer Medicine Program for Pre-HS Students
Thinking of pursuing a pre-med track? This introductory 1-week medicine program will introduce you to the world of surgery.
Practice your hand-eye coordination and learn core surgical skills such
as suturing and knot-tying and you’ll be well on your way to becoming a surgeon!
Your journey starts now with BLI!
Looking for more? Check out Mini Med school and Pet Medicine for more pre-HS hands-on medical programs at the Boston Leadership Institute.
Consider our pre-HS medicine suite! Take Mini Med School (session #2: July 18-22 at LCA) and Intro to Surgery (session #1: July 25-29 at LCA) back to back!
SUMMER 2022 DATES:
July 25th – 29th, 2022 | Lexington Christian Academy
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Surgeons in the making!
‘I loved the mock surgeries we did and how hands-on the program was. The teachers were great and I feel like I really learned a lot. Also, I liked how they made you really problem solve and figure things out on our own.’
‘The intro to surgery program was filled with lectures and note-taking, as well as a hands-on experience. My teacher was very accommodating with different learning experiences. What I like about the program is that I got to learn different types of surgeries and actually perform them.’
‘The teachers were very nice and useful. They’re smart and funny and I’ve learned a lot from them by taking this course. Because of this program I know how to tie knots using sutures in different types of ways. I also learned the proper way to hold/use the tools.’
Student Comments (Continued)
‘She made learning fun and was very knowledgeable! She made it so that I was actually willing to learn during the summer. The program was very hands-on (super good)! The structure in which we learned in the morning, had a break for lunch, and then applied the skills we learned in the lab in the afternoon session was perfect.’
‘The program is better than expected. It was a warm environment that enabled us to share more ideas and discuss with each other. The teacher was great thankfully. I was able to understand everything and didn’t have any doubts.’
‘The teachers were very thorough in their explanations and the class was very interactive and fun. The dissections were very helpful to understand the objectives.’
‘I like how we did a lot of dissecting. It wasn’t just sitting in a room and learning about surgery, it was hands-on which made the class more interesting.’
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Top 101 Summer Camps & Programs, How-To-Learn.com • Top Biomedical Engineering, 2017, InsiderMonkey.com
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