HOSA Events Description Rules for Selecting Events 1

HOSA Events Description Rules for Selecting Events 1

HOSA Events Description Rules for Selecting Events 1 Can pick 1 event from Skills and 1 Knowledge test. 2 Also, can pick 1 Leadership OR Teamwork event 3 Also, can pick 1 Recognition event

4 5 You can do up to 2 events but you dont have too 6 total from each school; except Leadership and KT unlimited Health Science Events

Dental Terminology Medical Terminology Medical Spelling-Online Dental Spelling-Online Medical Math Medical Reading Pathophysiology (KT) Nutrition (KT) Human Growth and Development (KT) Pharmacology (KT) Medical Law and Ethics (KT) Transcultrual Health (KT) Your Logo

Dental Terminology Purpose To encourage Health Science students to improve their ability to identify, spell, define and apply the terminology and language of occupations in the dental field, to include prefixes, suffixes, roots and anatomy, physiology, pathophysiology and occupations. Rules and Procedures 100 multiple choice question test on scantron; 90 minutes maximum; 20 tie breaking questions during test; correct spelling required to be correct. Event Guidelines http://www.hosa.org/sites/default/files/DT13_0.pdf Your Logo Medical Terminology

Purpose To encourage Health Science students to improve their ability to identify, spell, define and apply the prefixes, suffixes, roots and anatomy, physiology, pathophysiology and occupations related to the health care community. Rules and Procedures 100 multiple choice question test on scantron; 90 minutes maximum; 20 tie breaking questions during test; correct spelling required to be correct. Event Guidelines http://www.hosa.org/sites/default/files/MT13_0.pdf Your Logo Medical Spelling-Online Purpose To encourage Health Science students to improve their

ability to define and spell terms associated with careers in the health care community. Rules and Procedures This event shall be divided into two rounds. Round One will be a written test; 50 question, 60 minutes. The competitors who score in the top 50% will advance to Round Two. Round Two will be a "spell-down" where competitors will spell terms; pronounce word, 2.5 minutes to spell, pronounce word to end. Event Guidelines http://www.hosa.org/sites/default/files/MS%2013_0.pdf Your Logo Dental Spelling-Online Purpose To encourage Health Science students to improve their ability to

define and spell terms associated with careers in the health care community. Rules and Procedures This event shall be divided into two rounds. Round One will be a written test; 50 question, 60 minutes. The competitors who score in the top 50% will advance to Round Two. Round Two will be a "spell-down" where competitors will spell terms; pronounce word, 2.5 minutes to spell, pronounce word to end. Event Guidelines ??? Your Logo Medical Math Purpose To encourage Health Science students to improve their ability to identify, solve, and apply mathematical principles involving

temperature, weights, and measures used in the health care community. Rules and Procedures 50 multiple choice test; 10 complex tie breaker questions; 90 minute maximum. Event Guidelines http://www.hosa.org/sites/default/files/MM13.pdf Your Logo Medical Reading Purpose To encourage Health Science students to improve their reading comprehension and understanding of special topics related to leadership development and the health care community. Rules and Procedures 50 multiple choice test; 1 tie breaker essay question; 60

minute maximum. Event Guidelines http://www.hosa.org/sites/default/files/MR13_0.pdf Your Logo Pathophysiology (KT) Purpose To encourage Health Science students to explore and learn about selected health care careers and to assess knowledge common in the health care community. Rules and Procedures 100 multiple choice questions; 1 essay tie breaker; 90 minutes maximum. Content Disease Process and Terminology (Including cancer and neoplasms); Body Systems: Integumentary, Musculoskeletal, Heart, Blood vessels, Lymphatic, Respiratory, Digestive, Endocrine, Nervous (including senses), Reproductive, Urinary

Event Guidelines http://www.hosa.org/sites/default/files/KT13_0.pdf Your Logo Nutrition (KT) Purpose To encourage Health Science students to explore and learn about selected health care careers and to assess knowledge common in the health care community. Rules and Procedures 100 multiple choice questions; 1 essay tie breaker; 90 minutes maximum. Content Carbohydrates, fats and proteins; Vitamins & minerals; Water (Fluid & electrolyte balance); Diet through the life span; Digestion, absorption and metabolism; Cultural and religious influences; Food related illnesses and allergies; Medical nutrition

therapy for Diabetes, Cardiovascular disease, Renal disease, Gastrointestinal disease, Cancer, Clients with special needs Event Guidelines http://www.hosa.org/sites/default/files/KT13_0.pdf Your Logo Human Growth and Development (KT) Purpose To encourage Health Science students to explore and learn about selected health care careers and to assess knowledge common in the health care community. Rules and Procedures 100 multiple choice questions; 1 essay tie breaker; 90 minutes maximum. Content Culture; The Family; Communication; Theories of Growth and Development; Prenatal; Infancy and Toddler; Early Childhood

and School-Age; Adolescence; Adulthood: Young, Middle and Older; Death and Dying Event Guidelines http://www.hosa.org/sites/default/files/KT13_0.pdf Your Logo Pharmacology (KT) Purpose To encourage Health Science students to explore and learn about selected health care careers and to assess knowledge common in the health care community. Rules and Procedures 100 multiple choice questions; 1 essay tie breaker; 90 minutes maximum. Content Basic Concepts in Pharmacology; Career Opportunities in Pharmacology; Ethical and Legal Responsibilities; Pediatrics and

Geriatrics Adaptations; Drug Names, Classifications, Action, and Interactions; Drug Administration; Drug Measurement, Dosage, Conversions; Technologies in Pharmacology Event Guidelines http://www.hosa.org/sites/default/files/KT13_0.pdf Your Logo Medical Law and Ethics (KT) Purpose To encourage Health Science students to explore and learn about selected health care careers and to assess knowledge common in the health care community. Rules and Procedures 100 multiple choice questions; 1 essay tie breaker; 90 minutes maximum. Content The Basics: Medical Law, Ethics and Bioethics; The Legal Environment

like State and Federal Regulations, The Legal System, Professional Liability, Law for Health Professionals, Public Duty, Consent; The Health Care Environment like Physician Patient Relationships, Medical Malpractice, Medical Records, Workplace Law and Ethics, Cultural Perspective, Patient Confidentiality, Employment Practices; Bioethical Issues like Ethical and Bioethical Issues in Medicine, Allocation of scarce resources, Genetic engineering, Reproductive Issues, End of Life Issues Event Guidelines http://www.hosa.org/sites/default/files/KT13_0.pdf Your Logo Transcultrual Health (KT) Purpose To encourage Health Science students to explore and learn about selected health care careers and to assess knowledge common in the health care community. Rules and Procedures

100 multiple choice questions; 1 essay tie breaker; 90 minutes maximum. Content Cultural foundations; Health, healing and family traditions; Cultural competence; Religion, rituals, health and illness in Native American populations, Asian populations, African American populations, Hispanic populations, White populations Event Guidelines http://www.hosa.org/sites/default/files/KT13_0.pdf Your Logo Health Professions/Emergency Preparedness Events

Biotechnology Clinical Specialty Nursing Assisting Home Health Aide Dental Science Physical Therapy

Sports Medicine Veterinary Science Personal Care* Emergency Medical Technician CERT Skills Epidemiology CPR/First Aid Life Support Skills* Your Logo Biotechnology Purpose To provide Health Science students with an opportunity to develop and demonstrate knowledge and skills in the medical laboratory and health care biotechnology careers. Rules and Procedures

This event will consist of two rounds of competition. Round One will be a written, 50 question multiple choice test of knowledge and understanding; 60 minutes maximum. The top scoring competitors will advance to Round Two for the performance of selected skill procedure(s) identified in a written scenario. Event Guidelines http://www.hosa.org/sites/default/files/BT13_0.pdf Your Logo Clinical Specialty Purpose To provide the Health Science student with an opportunity to develop and demonstrate knowledge and skills in a selected health profession. Rules and Procedures This event will consist of two items: a) the development of a career portfolio, and b) the demonstration of a selected skill

common to the chosen health career. The career portfolio will be created by the competitor to show career understanding and documentation of a related work-based learning experience. The skill portion will consist of the digitally recorded demonstration of a skill related to the chosen career. Events Guidelines http://www.hosa.org/sites/default/files/CL13_0.pdf Your Logo Nursing Assisting Purpose To provide the Health Science student with an opportunity to develop and demonstrate knowledge and skills in nursing assisting. Rules and Procedures This event will consist of two rounds of competition. Round One

will be a written, 50 question multiple choice test of knowledge and understanding; 60 minutes maximum. The top scoring competitors will advance to Round Two for the performance of selected skill procedure(s) identified in a written scenario. Events Guidelines http://www.hosa.org/sites/default/files/NA13_0.pdf Your Logo Home Health Aide Purpose To provide the Health Science student with an opportunity to develop and demonstrate knowledge and skills as a home health aide. Rules and Procedures This event will consist of two rounds of competition. Round One will be a written, 50 question multiple choice test of knowledge

and understanding; 60 minutes maximum. The top scoring competitors will advance to Round Two for the performance of selected skill procedure(s) identified in a written scenario. Events Guidelines http://www.hosa.org/sites/default/files/HH13-1.pdf Your Logo Dental Science Purpose To provide Health Science students with an opportunity to develop and demonstrate knowledge and skills in dental careers. Rules and Procedures This event will consist of two rounds of competition. Round One will be a written, 50 question multiple choice test of knowledge and understanding; 60 minutes maximum. The top scoring competitors will advance to Round Two for the performance of

selected skill procedure(s) identified in a written scenario. Event Guidelines http://www.hosa.org/sites/default/files/DS13_0.pdf Your Logo Physical Therapy Purpose To provide the Health Science student with an opportunity to develop and demonstrate knowledge and skills in the area of physical therapy. Rules and Procedures This event will consist of two rounds of competition. Round One will be a written, 50 question multiple choice test of knowledge and understanding; 60 minutes maximum. The top scoring competitors will advance to Round Two for the performance of selected skill procedure(s) identified in a written scenario.

Event Guidelines http://www.hosa.org/sites/default/files/PT13_0.pdf Your Logo Sports Medicine Purpose To provide the Health Science student with an opportunity to develop and demonstrate knowledge and skills in the area of sports medicine. Rules and Procedures This event will consist of two rounds of competition. Round One will be a written, 50 question multiple choice test of knowledge and understanding; 60 minutes maximum. The top scoring competitors will advance to Round Two for the performance of selected skill procedure(s) identified in a written scenario. Events Guidelines

http://www.hosa.org/sites/default/files/SM13_0.pdf Your Logo Veterinary Science Purpose To provide the Health Science student with an opportunity to develop and demonstrate knowledge and skills in veterinary medical care. Rules and Procedures This event will consist of two rounds of competition. Round One will be a written, 50 question multiple choice test of knowledge and understanding; 60 minutes maximum. The top scoring competitors will advance to Round Two for the performance of selected skill procedure(s) identified in a written scenario. Event Guidelines http://www.hosa.org/sites/default/files/VS13.pdf

Your Logo Personal Care* (IDEA) Purpose To provide the Health Science student with an opportunity to develop and demonstrate knowledge and skills in nursing assisting. Rules and Procedures The competitive event will consist of an evaluation of students performance of selected skill procedure(s) identified in a written scenario. Event Guidelines http://www.hosa.org/sites/default/files/PC13_0.pdf Your Logo Emergency Medical Technician

Purpose - To provide Health Science students with an opportunity to develop and demonstrate knowledge and skills as a team in emergency medical care. Rules and Procedures This event will consist of two rounds of competition for a 2person team. Round One is a 50 question written, multiple choice test of knowledge and understanding; 60 minutes maximum. The top scoring teams will advance to Round Two for the performance of selected skill procedure(s) identified in a written scenario. Event Guidelines http://www.hosa.org/sites/default/files/EM13_0.pdf Your Logo CERT Skills Purpose To provide Health Science students with an opportunity to

develop and demonstrate knowledge and skills they will need to respond to their communitys immediate needs in the aftermath of a disaster, when emergency services are not immediately available. Rules and Procedures This event will consist of two rounds of competition for a 2person team. Round One is a 50 question written, multiple choice test of knowledge and understanding; 60 minutes maximum. The top scoring teams will advance to Round Two for the performance of selected skill procedure(s) identified in a written scenario. Event Guidelines http://www.hosa.org/sites/default/files/CT13.pdf Your Logo Epidemiology Purpose

To encourage Health Science students to study the effects of health and disease in populations, to improve their scientific literacy, and to provide insights into public health careers. Rules and Procedures Individual competitors shall be expected to recognize, identify, define, interpret and apply these concepts in a 50-item multiple choice test and 5-20 short answer responses to a case study; 2 hour maximum. Event Guidelines http://www.hosa.org/sites/default/files/EP13.pdf Your Logo CPR/First Aid Purpose To provide the Health Science student with an opportunity to develop and demonstrate knowledge and skills in team first aid and basic life support for healthcare providers. Rules and Procedures

This event will consist of two rounds of competition for a 2person team. Round One is a 50 question written, multiple choice test of knowledge and understanding; 60 minutes maximum. The top scoring teams will advance to Round Two for the performance of selected skill procedure(s) identified in a written scenario. Event Guidelines http://www.hosa.org/sites/default/files/CP13_0.pdf Your Logo Life Support Skills* (IDEA) Purpose To provide individual Health Science students with an opportunity to develop and demonstrate knowledge and skills in basic life support. Rules and Procedures The competitive event will consist of an evaluation of students

performance of selected skill procedure(s) identified in a written scenario. Event Guidelines http://www.hosa.org/sites/default/files/LS13_0.pdf Your Logo Leadership Events Extemporaneous Health Poster

Extemporaneous Writing Job Seeking Skills Prepared Speaking Speaking Skills* Researched Persuasive Speaking Interviewing Skills Medical Photography Healthy Lifestyle Your Logo Extemporaneous Health Poster Purpose To encourage Health Science students to improve their ability to analyze and interpret current health and HOSA-related issues and express and communicate this interpretation through development of a poster.

Rules and Procedures This event shall be in the form of an individual creation of a poster conducted in a setting with work tables and sufficient space for each competitor to carry out his/her form of artistic expression, to be completed within three (3) hours of work time; must provide all supplies. Event Guidelines http://www.hosa.org/sites/default/files/EH13.pdf Your Logo Extemporaneous Writing Purpose To encourage Health Science students to improve their ability to express themselves in writing. Rules and Procedures They will have one hour to write an essay on the topic.

Event Guidelines http://www.hosa.org/sites/default/files/EW13.pdf Your Logo Job Seeking Skills Purpose To encourage Health Science students to develop and/or refine the skills necessary to apply for and obtain employment. Rules and Procedures Competitors shall apply for any healthcare-related position for which they are trained or are being trained. Competitors will prepare a cover letter and resume to bring with them to the conference. At the conference, competitors will complete a job application (at orientation) and participate in a job interview (assigned time received at orientation); 20 minutes for application, 6 minutes maximum interview. Event Guidelines http://www.hosa.org/sites/default/files/JS13.pdf

Your Logo Prepared Speaking Purpose To encourage Health Science students to improve their skills in speaking and their ability to organize and present facts (or information) about a topic which is related to a specific theme. Rules and Procedures Competitors shall develop a speech related to a selected national topic: The Future Starts Now; 5 minutes maximum length. Event Guidelines http://www.hosa.org/sites/default/files/PS13.pdf Your Logo Speaking Skills* (IDEA)

Purpose - To encourage Health Science students to improve their skills in speaking and their ability to organize and present facts (or information) about a topic which is related to a specific theme. Rules and Procedures Competitors shall develop a speech related to a selected national topic: The Future Starts Now; 5 minutes maximum in length. Event Guidelines http://www.hosa.org/sites/default/files/SS13.pdf Your Logo Researched Persuasive Speaking Purpose - To encourage Health Science students to improve their skills in researching a health issue, preparing written documentation supporting a thesis, and presenting information orally.

Rules and Procedures Competitors shall write a paper and develop a speech in which they must take a stand, either in favor of or opposed to a health related issue. Competitors select one of the topics and develop a speech and written paper to reflect the position taken on the selected topic, either for or against, supporting one position or the other: Vitamin Supplements: Hype or Help? or Obesity: Disease or Choice?; 4 minutes and 2 page maximum length Event Guidelines http://www.hosa.org/sites/default/files/RS13.pdf Your Logo Interviewing Skills* (IDEA) Purpose To encourage Health Science students to develop and/or refine the skills necessary to apply for and obtain employment. Rules and Procedures

Competitors shall apply for any healthcare-related position for which they are trained or are being trained. Competitors will prepare a cover letter and resume to bring with them to the conference. At the conference, competitors will complete a job application (at orientation) and participate in a job interview (assigned time received at orientation); 20 minutes for application, 6 minutes maximum interview. Event Guidelines http://www.hosa.org/sites/default/files/IS13.pdf Your Logo Medical Photography Purpose To encourage Health Science students to analyze health careers through the use of digital photography, and to use technology in editing and presenting digital pictures. Rules and Procedures

In this event, competitors will use digital photography to illustrate the health professions. Competitors will photograph three different health professionals, edit the photos using computer software technology, and then present the three printed pictures to a panel of judges; 3 minutes to present and 3 minutes judges questions. Event Guidelines http://www.hosa.org/sites/default/files/MP13_0.pdf Your Logo Healthy Lifestyle Purpose The purpose of this event is to provide the Health Science student with an opportunity to learn healthy living concepts and apply their learning to a personal healthy lifestyle goal. Rules and Procedures This event will consist of two rounds of competition. Round One

will be a written, 50 question multiple choice test that will assess content knowledge of health literacy topics such as the physical benefits of exercise, healthy eating, and avoiding risky behaviors; 60 minutes maximum. In addition, each competitor will set a personal goal and document his or her efforts in a personalized Healthy Lifestyle notebook; 4 minute interview. Event Guidelines http://www.hosa.org/sites/default/files/HL13_0.pdf Your Logo Teamwork Events

Community Awareness Project Creative Problem Solving HOSA Bowl Parliamentary Procedure Health Career Display Biomedical Debate Health Education Forensic Medicine Public Service Announcement Your Logo Community Awareness Project Purpose

The purpose of the Community Awareness project is to provide Health Science students with the opportunity to Develop a project to promote community awareness using health issues that may be of local, state, and/or national interest; Assist communities to become more aware of the pros and cons of the health issue selected; Promote goodwill and public relations for local HOSA chapters; Evaluate the effectiveness and impact of the project on the community. Rules and Procedures A team of 2-4 competitors presents the chapters project to a panel of judges in an interview, using the portfolio as documentation of their accomplishments. Community Awareness is a service project designed to raise community awareness of a health-related issue of local, state and/or national interest. Event Guidelines http://www.hosa.org/sites/default/files/CA13.pdf Your Logo

Creative Problem Solving Purpose To encourage Health Science students to analyze the problem solving process and to work as a team to apply their problem solving skills in creating a solution to a hypothetical healthcare or HOSA-related problem. Rules and Procedures 3-4 members; This event will involve two rounds of competition. Round One will consist of a written 50 question multiple choice test to evaluate the teams understanding of problem solving processes and theories. In Round Two you will be given a potential problem related to HOSA, a healthcare issue or the healthcare community. Teams will have 30 minutes to analyze the problem.. At the end of the preparation time, teams will have ten (10) minutes to present their solution to a panel of judges. Event Guidelines http://www.hosa.org/sites/default/files/CS13_0.pdf

Your Logo HOSA Bowl Purpose To stimulate and motivate Health Science students to participate in teams and to test their knowledge on various topics and situations in Health Science Education, HOSA, and parliamentary procedure. Rules and Procedures Teams consisting of three-four (3-4) members each will take a written test in Round One. Top scoring teams advance to Round Two and compete by giving appropriate responses to items presented by a moderator. Winners will be determined by a series of elimination rounds. Event Guidelines http://www.hosa.org/sites/default/files/HB13_0.pdf Your Logo

Parliamentary Procedure Purpose To develop leadership skills by using parliamentary procedure to conduct a simulated business meeting. This event is based on team competition; therefore, members learn the importance of cooperation and working together through competitive performance. Rules and Procedures This event will involve two rounds of competition. Round One will consist of a written 100 question multiple choice test to evaluate the teams understanding of parliamentary procedure; 90 minutes maximum. In Round Two you will be given a secret problem with motions to perform during the meeting. The team has ten (10) minutes preparation time prior to the ten (10) minute demonstration of the meeting. All team members must be involved in the meeting. Event Guidelines http://www.hosa.org/sites/default/files/PP13_0.pdf

Your Logo Health Career Display Purpose To encourage Health Science students to improve their ability to present themselves and communicate career information to others. Rules and Procedures Teams consisting of two (2) competitors shall develop a visual display of a specific career or cluster of careers in healthcare. The students will also be judged on their ability to present themselves and communicate the career information to others; 5 minutes maximum. Event Guidelines http://www.hosa.org/sites/default/files/HD13.pdf

Your Logo Biomedical Debate Purpose - To provide Health Science students with an opportunity to develop and demonstrate skills in debating a biomedical issue. Rules and Procedures This event will consist of a Round One written 50 question multiple choice test; 60 minutes maximum and a Round Two debate round. Teams of 3-4 members will participate in the Round One written test. Debate round pairings and position (either the affirmative or negative) are based on random selection: The U.S. Government is failing war injured service members. Event Guidelines http://www.hosa.org/sites/default/files/BD13.pdf Your Logo

Health Education Purpose To encourage Health Science students to work as a team to plan and teach health-related concepts. Rules and Procedures This event involves a team of 2-4 members who select a healthrelated concept or instructional objective, then prepare a lesson, provide instruction, and evaluate results. Teams will provide instruction to a selected group of learners. Event Guidelines http://www.hosa.org/sites/default/files/HE13.pdf Your Logo Forensic Medicine Purpose To encourage Health Science students to analyze careers in forensic

medicine and to work as a team to apply their knowledge and skills in creating a solution to a forensic medicine-related problem. Rules and Procedures This event will involve two rounds of competition. Round One will consist of a written 50 question multiple choice test to evaluate the teams understanding of forensic medicine. In Round Two you will be given a case study related to forensic medicine. Teams will have six (6) minutes to analyze a case study, which will include written information and may include physical evidence. Finally, teams will be given thirty (30) minutes to write their conclusions. Event Guidelines http://www.hosa.org/sites/default/files/FM13_0.pdf Your Logo Public Service Announcement Purpose

To encourage health science students to analyze the general publics understanding of a healthcare issue, and to use technology to produce a public service announcement that informs the community about an important healthcare issue. Rules and Procedures In this event, teams consisting of three-six (3-6) members will produce a 30-second Public Service Announcement (PSA): Child Hunger Ends Here Educating Your Community on how to Prevent Child Hunger. Teams will be given 4 minutes to describe their creative process, public use of the PSA Judges will then have an additional 4 minutes to review the PSA and complete the Rating Sheet. Event Guidelines http://www.hosa.org/sites/default/files/PA13.pdf Your Logo Recognition Events

Outstanding HOSA Chapter Healthcare Issues Exam Outstanding State Leader National Service Project Barbara James Service Award HOSA Happenings Volunteer Recognition Your Logo

Outstanding HOSA Chapter Purpose To encourage local HOSA chapters to achieve the goals of HOSA by implementing a plan of work with a focus on the development of leadership skills, career opportunities, and service learning among chapter members, and to document their achievements in the form of a chapter scrapbook. Rules and Procedures HOSA chapter members create a scrapbook to record and preserve their chapters achievements during a single school year. Event Guidelines http://www.hosa.org/sites/default/files/OC13r.pdf Your Logo Healthcare Issues

Exam Purpose To encourage Health Science students to investigate, analyze and apply their knowledge of current healthcare-related issues. Rules and Procedures This event shall be in the form of a 50 item multiple choice test and one essay question that will be graded only to break a tie. All questions will be written at a level to measure thinking skills. Competitors will have 60 minutes to complete the test. Questions come from USA Today and CBS News Healthwatch http://www.cbsnews.com click on Health Event Guidelines http://www.hosa.org/sites/default/files/HC13_0.pdf Your Logo Outstanding State Leader

Purpose This event is designed to honor one Outstanding State Leader from each HOSA state association in recognition of the members commitment to HOSA and outstanding leadership of his/her state association. Each state will select one outstanding state leader to be recognized at the HOSA National Leadership Conference. Rules and Procedures The states Outstanding Leader is typically a recent or current state officer. Each state will be permitted to name one. Event Guidelines http://www.hosa.org/sites/default/files/OL13.pdf Your Logo National Service Project Purpose

To encourage Health Science students to provide community service through the adoption of goals and implementation of strategies related to the support of a national health care organization. Rules and Procedures Local chapters plan service projects to support the selected organization. Chapters document their involvement and submit documentation to their state advisor by the state deadline to be eligible for national recognition: Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. Event Guidelines http://www.hosa.org/sites/default/files/NS13.pdf Your Logo Barbara James Service Award Purpose To encourage Health Science students to become contributing members of their communities by performing community service. Rules and Procedures

This award seeks to recognize individual HOSA members whose commitment to community service is worthy of recognition. Recipients of this award will be determined by the data in NobleHour. Examples include Hospital/health facility volunteer; Rescue squad volunteer; Volunteer at Special Olympics; Church activities that serve the community at-large; March of Dimes; etc. Event Guidelines http://www.hosa.org/sites/default/files/BJ13_1.pdf Your Logo HOSA Happenings Purpose This is a communication event. The goal is to communicate information about the HOSA chapter in a manner that celebrates the chapter members and their achievements, as well as shares information with readers that is health science-related.

Rules and Procedures Chapters will tell the story of their chapter of HOSA-Future Health Professionals, throughout the year, using a print newsletter, electronic newsletter, or website. For this recognition event, chapters will select ONE (1) newsletter (print or electronic) or a website, to be judged at the state level, and will follow the states instructions for event submission. Event Guidelines http://www.hosa.org/sites/default/files/NL13.pdf Your Logo Volunteer Recognition Purpose The purpose of this event is to initiate and/or grow a partnership between a local chapter of the Medical Reserve Corps and HOSA chapter members.

Rules and Procedures The event will consist of HOSA members participating in one or more activities with the Medical Reserve Corps, and then reporting the activity through an online submission process at NobleHour. This event is IN ADDITION to the MRC Partnership event. Event Guidelines http://www.hosa.org/sites/default/files/MV13_1.pdf Your Logo THANK YOU! Your Logo

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