Is your white coat gathering too much dust between shadowing, mentoring, and SP sessions? Just don’t really care where in the cell the large ribosomal subunit is translated? Are you interested in building your knowledge of and relationship with your new neighborhood/community? If you need something to keep your med school experience fresh, keep an eye out for a Saturday Neighborhood Health Clinic (SNHC) training session! SNHC involves around Five hours on a Saturday morning using your new interview and physical exam techniques to help care for St. Louis’s uninsured population. It’s a fantastic way to both give back and to improve your practical skills simultaneously. If one session isn’t enough, sign up for the SNHC selective and you can become a coordinator. You’ll then match student teams to patients, interact with the clinic staff, and make follow-up phone calls. Get involved!
— Andrew L., M1