Neil Horsley, MPH
Medical Student 4th year
UK College of Medicine
Neil received a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering and Master of Public Health in Epidemiology from the University of Kentucky and is currently a fourth-year medical student at the UK College of Medicine. During his time at the College of Medicine, he has held multiple leadership positions, including being President of both the interprofessional student collaborative Medical Rehabilitation Education Development (MedRED) and the Vascular Surgery Interest Group, a student group officially chartered by the Society for Vascular Surgery. Additionally, he has presented original research at international conferences such as the American Thoracic Society’s International Conference and the American Society of Nephrology’s Kidney Week.
Presenting at the Nexus Summit:
Harnessing the Power of Student Groups on Mentoring- University of Kentucky’s Center for Interprofessional Health Educations Story
The Center for Interprofessional Health Education (CIHE) was created in 2010 with student groups emerging as part of the co-curricular offerings early on. CIHE student groups offer a place where the passions and interests of the students are put in the spot light. Extracurricular organizations are often a place for students to learn and experience things that may not be included in their professional curriculum. In this way, student groups are a vital supplement to professional programs. In early 2018 an initiative was brought forward to formalize our involvement with the campus and required…