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Planned Parenthood: The Problem, Not the Solution

Name: Hannah Jazdzewski ‘20
Major: Spanish
Organization: Morning Pointe
Position: Memory Care Intern
Location: Danville, KY
Term: CentreTerm 2019

“It was an incredible experience to be a part of such a committed nursing team that truly makes a difference in the every day lives of residents and family members affected by Alzheimer’s and dementia. This opportunity has solidified my plans to become a geriatric nurse practitioner!”–Hannah Jazdzewski

Name: Evan Miller ‘20
Major: Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Organization: Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center
Position: CUE Intern
Location: Danville, KY
Term: CentreTerm 2019

“In this internship, I was exposed to the various working parts of a hospital by shadowing physicians, nurses, technicians and administrators from multiple
departments. From this, I gained a much better appreciation of how patient care is structured and how everyone, from janitorial staff to the physicians
themselves, plays an incredibly valuable role in healthcare.”–Evan Miller

Name: Elise Bernard ‘20
Major: Behavioral Neuroscience
Organization: University of Kentucky
Position: Research and Clinical Shadowing Intern
Location: Lexington, KY
Term: CentreTerm 2019

“During this internship I was able to see what life was like for physicians
in different departments in the hospital, and ask questions about their career path to gain insight into what is in store for me in the coming years. I also
was able to gain experience being a part of a research team, and formulate an abstract that is being submitted to the American College of Surgeons
National Quality and Safety Conference in July 2019 in Washington D.C. After this month, I am sure that medicine is the career for me, and I am excited to see what my specific journey in medicine will hold.”–Elise Bernard

Name: Abbie Thatcher ‘20
Major: Behavioral Neuroscience
Organization: UC Health
Position: Sports Medicine and Orthopedic Intern
Location: Cincinnati, OH
Term: CentreTerm 2019

“I shadowed a sports medicine and orthopedic physician. Through this I was exposed to a wide variety of injuries, treatments, etc. I discussed the topics
in-depth with the physician to gain extensive clinical knowledge that can’t always be expressed in a classroom setting. In addition, I am currently working on and article with the physician to be published in a medical journal. There is also an opportunity to conduct research with this physician in the
upcoming year. It was a great experience and has solidified my interest in medical school for sports medicine and orthopedics.”–Abbie Thatcher