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HOSA Students Compete at District
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Friday, February 16, 2018
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Members of Mrs. Cauthen’s and Mr. Lock’s Health Science and Sports Medicine programs competed at the Northern District HOSA Conference. Thirty-five students traveled to Delta State University in Cleveland, MS and competed in a variety of Healthcare related events. These events included Healthcare Display, CPR/First Aid, Medical Photography, Human Growth and Development, Clinical Nursing, Extemporaneous Health Poster on Health Risk of Tattoos, Emergency Medical Technician, Veterinary Science, Pharmacology, HOSA Quiz Bowl, Medical Terminology, Transcultural Health Care, Personal Patient Care, Medical Law and Ethics, and Life Support Skills. Along with competing in their individual events, students were given the opportunity to attend a majors fair where they learned more information about programs of study offered at Delta State. The students were also able to mingle with students and instructors from the school of nursing. The following students will advance to the Mississippi HOSA State Conference in Jackson in March.

 

·         Health Career Display: 5th place: Logan Stirewalt and Preston Lindsay

·         CPR/First Aid: 5th place: Rylee Bowman, Whitleigh Myers

·         Life Support Skills: Tiundra Zollicoffer

·         EMT: Madison Turner

·         Personal Patient Care: 2nd place: Victoria Westmoreland

·         Medical Photography: 2nd place: Jenna Bellew

·         Healthcare Extemporaneous Poster: 4th place: Macy Cagle

·         HOSA Quiz Bowl Team: 1st place: Team Members: Hope James, Sha’Mia Love,   Ryleigh Weeks, Jasmine Woods

·         Pharmacology: 5th place: Laci Fondren

·         Medical Law and Ethics: 1st place: Gracie Wilcher

·         EMT: Gracie Cravens

·         Transcultural Health Care: Zaria Murphy

·         Extemporaneous Health Poster: 3rd place: Hannah Mooneyhan

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