Teamwork Events

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Collaboration is one the most important keys to becoming a successful future health professional. The strength of these events lie in building synergy with your “team” as members solve problems, plan strategy, identify roles, and create projects.
 
Below are the event synopses for the Teamwork Events. Clicking on the link will direct you to the rules and guidelines for the event.
 
  • Lincoln-Douglas Debate Format
  • 3-4 team members
  • Round 1 Test
  • Round 2 Debate
  • 2018-19 Event Topic: Pain Management- Opioids Are The Best Solution
  • Project and Presentation Event
  • 2-4 team members
  • Health related issue of local, state or national interest
  • Documentation via portfolio
  • Presentation Event
  • Round 1 Test
  • 3-4 team members
  • 25-minute analysis on a problem
  • 8-minute presentation  of a solution
  • Round 1 Test
  • 2 team members
  • 6-minute case study/autopsy
  • 30-minute analysis of evidence and conclusion
  • Project and Presentation Event
  • 2 team members
  • Create a tri-fold display on a health related career
  • 4-minute interview
  • Project and Presentation Event
  • 2-4 team members
  • Prepare a lesson for a group of learners
  • Round 1 Test
  • Round 2 Quiz Bowl
  • 3-4 team members
  • Quiz Bowl topics: HOSA history, anatomy, physilogy, health care, etc
  • Round 1 Test
  • 12-minute prep with secret motion/agenda(Round 2)
  • 9-minute demo meeting with secret motion/agenda(Round 2)
  • 5-8 team members
  • Project and Presenation Event
  • 3-6 team members
  • Create a 30-second PSA on an assigned annual health related topic
  • 2018-19 Event Topic: Be The First - Tobacco Free Generation
  • Project and Presentation Event
  • 2-4 team members
  • Create a visual display
  • 5-minute presentation/interview
  • Procedure Based Event
  • Round 1 Test
  • Round 2 Simulation Experience
  • 5 team members from different disciplines care for a simulated patient
  • Project and Presentation Event
  • 2 member team
  • Create a visual tri-fold display of a rare disease
  • 10 minute presentation with questions
  • Project and Presentation Event
  • 2-3 member team
  • Create a 30 to 90 second video 
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