Order your 2020-2021 T-Shirt and Pin Before December 15!

See your Chapter Advisor for details.

The HOSA-Anatomage

Anatomy & Physiology Tournament 

Prizes Awarded:  1st Place - each team member gets an iPad

                        2nd Place - each team member gets a plaque

                        3rd Place - each team member gets a certificate

Collegiate Division

Was A BLAST!

1

2nd Place

ULM Rad Tech 1

Blake Stone
Sydney Rinehart
Bree Mayeux
Samaria Pratt
Lindsey Schexnayder

3rd Place

ULM Allied Health 1

Joshua Pennebaker

Elizabeth Mathews

Alison Kidwell

Latisa Jenkins

    1st Place    

ULM Allied Health 2

 

Ambrosia Davis

Moriah Houston

Abbigail Riordan

Sharon Jerono

3

2

Big Success for the High Schools!

High School Division

2nd Place

Buckeye High School

 

Joel Pogue

Cooper Floyd

Zoe Broussard

Amy Thompson

Connor Hamilton

2

1st Place

Buckeye High School

Ethan Marze

Aaron Edwards

Preston gibson

Madison Middleton

Kris Dew

1

3nd Place

St. Paul's High School

 

Carter Murphy

Andrew Hightower

William Ditta

Alexander Tepper

3

Anatomage makes the most fully segmented 3D Virtual Dissection Table on the market, focusing their energy on the education of future health and science professionals.

2020 - 2021 Membership Affiliation

HOSA Week: November 1-7, 2020

If your chapter prefers to celebrate HOSA week during another week that is in better alignment with other school activities, that is great!  The importance of HOSA week is the recognition of others.

HOSA has designated one week annually to encourage its members to give back

to their communities through activities, presentations, and recognition and to

give thanks to the value, accomplishments and achievements of all who have

made the health profession a better place to work.

HOSA week activities are designed to provide school or community service,

promote opportunities and show appreciation to the health community. 

 

          For HOSA Week ideas,  Click here!

New National Service Project

You + Be The Match = A

Life-saving Team!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Be The Match is thrilled to partner with HOSA-Future Health Professionals and dedicated members like you! Each month, you will receive a “Be The Match life-saving mission” that will have fundraising and recruitment tips and updates about the program and prizes!

MISSION #1:  Start by learning all about Be The Match, so you are 100% prepared for future missions!

You will quickly learn there are several ways to work with Be The Match – fundraising:

 

  • Be The Match.recruiting people to join the Be The Match Registry®;

  • using the materials to educate others through the competitive events program (Health Education, etc.);

  • and  much more! Each mission will help you better understand your involvement with Be The Match.

 

MISSION #2:  Launch your Fundraising Page. It’s easy and only takes a couple minutes. (Under 18? Make sure your parent or guardian is nearby to provide consent.)


Once you completed your first mission (learning about all things Be The Match) then you are ready to start your next mission!
 

Here's how:

     1. Go to BeTheMatch.org/HOSAFundraising

     2. Choose “Start a page” and enter your initial information.

     3. Select your chapter fundraising page and charter number. If your chapter page           isn’t set up yet, no problem!   Remind your HOSA advisor to start your chapter             page and then start your individual page in the meantime. (We can add you to           the chapter page and include your charter number later.)

     4. Customize your fundraising page, then connect it to your social media.

     5. Spread the word and share your page! Invite your friends and family to visit               your page and make a contribution.

     6. Once you are registered, you will have access to more tips and tools to help you           get started.

  QUICK TIP!     

5 friends x $20 = $100
Every $100 = 1 potential donor to the Be The Match Registry


YOU are helping to grow the registry, provide grants to patient families, and fund research to make transplants safer and more available to all patients.
 

                    Let’s start saving lives—together! 

  Questions? Contact HOSA@nmdp.org for help setting up your page and getting started.

  SNEAK PEEK: Your third mission is to start recruiting people to join the Be The Match Registry. But wait for details before getting started so you and your chapter get points for each person you add.

  Next Mission and Resources Reveal:  Visit BeTheMatch.org/HOSA to be in the know! 

 

YOU have the power to save lives.

https://www.bethematchhosa.org/

 

Congratulations LA HOSA Students!

HOSA Scholarships Awarded:

 

National HOSA Scholarship:

 

Peyton Pipher, Belle Chasse High School

 

LA HOSA Shirley Solis Memorial Scholarship

Marise Wilson, Kenner Discovery Health Sciences Academy

Najah Nicholas, Kenner Discovery Health Sciences Academy

Lydia Castille, David Thibodaux Stem Magnet Academy

An Awesome State Leadership Conference!

Assumption HOSA is Busy!

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Assumption HOSA gets a lesson in "Medical Leadership."

Assumption HOSA is learning to take "vitals."

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New Chapter Celebrates HOSA Week

Louisiana's newest HOSA Chapter at Ben Franklin High School has been busy!  They kicked off the week with the NOLA American Heart Association Heart Walk. Then, made appreciation letters for the school nurse during one of their meetings. Also, they had a school-wide fundraiser for diabetes and donated the money to a non-profit organization dedicated to diabetes research called Beyond Type 1. 

Great job, Ben Franklin HOSA!

Belle Chasse High Chapter Helps Fire Department Raise Money at Craft Fair

     Assumption High Plays

        The "Pink Game!"

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Assumption HS HOSA members prepared for their annual pink game. "With our pink game we sell raffle tickets for raffle ideas & pink game shirts. All the money we collect is donated to Thibodaux Regional."

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       Physical Therapy

 

Belle Chasse Chapter invited physical therapists to talk about their career and teach what they do.

Belle Chasse HOSA volunteered their time bagging oysters to rebuild the reef and land in Plaquemines Parish, creating healthier and thriving shores.

Fall Forum - Region 1  Over 140 members showed their excitement during the day at the University of Louisiana at Monroe in the College of Pharmacy.  Members heard from teachers, state officers, and health professionals who talked about Being a Pharmacist, a  Physical Therapist, and other Allied Health fields.  Other highlights were the mock competitions!  Lots of fun and learning!

Fall Forum - Region 2  This was an awesome day for over 140 members attending the Fall Forum at the National EMS Academy in Lafayette!  Highlights included learning more about HOSA from state officers, then hearing about Kinesiology, Audiology and Speech Pathology, becoming a paramedic or EMT, and the exciting tour of the facility!  Students also participated in mock competitions!

Fall Forum - Region 3  What a great day! With over 340 in attendance, everyone learned about how to run their chapter, worked on a Program of Work, and heard workshop speakers talk about Health Information Management, Forensic Science, Public Health SHIP program, Addictive Behavior Program,  and participated in mock competitions.  The best was watching the brave teachers participate in the What Not To Wear portion of the "What Not To Wear" fashion show!   (be sure to ask President-elect Macye to do her Bones Rap)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

It's A Great Day To Save Lives!

 

 

 

 

Belle Chasse HOSA members begin learning CPR

Are You an Innovator?

Read this Story!

https://nursing.jnj.com/nursing-news-events/nurses-leading-innovation/nurse-invents-medical-device-to-help-sons-blood-transfusions

What can you invent? Consider competing in Medical Innovation. 

 

Review the Guidelines here.:

http://www.hosa.org/sites/default/files/18-19%20MI-Original%20Final.pdf 

Lafayette HOSA fundraises  for Conference with 

"Bead Your Krewe!"

 

For a few weeks prior to Mardi Gras, Lafayette HOSA students pre-sold labels to be put on beads with Mardi Gras print on them saying who they are for and  who they are from.   then this week they delivered them while playing Mardi Gras music!

 

 Anyone who received beads  were allowed to wear them all day!

Ouch! For a Good Cause...

Belle Chasse HOSA partnered with Ochsner Blood Bank & hosted a blood drive in memory of a former teacher Mr. Frank Burke. They had over 50 donors! Saving 150 Lives! 

Haynes Academy has an awesome

HOSA Week!

River Oaks School in Monroe had a great visit with Air Evac Lifeteam and learning about

what they do.

Students wrote thank you notes to the School Nurse and School Athletic Trainer.

On Tech Tuesday members did a knee jerk reflex test on any students passing by, and data was collected.

For Tourniquet Thursday, a table was set up to teach students passing by about how to stop bleeding.

A speaker from Ochsner Medical Center spoke to members about Allied Health professions.

On Fact Friday, Medical related trivia questions were announced, and prizes given.

Belle Chasse Chapter has Great Learning Experiences!

Can you think of a great way to learn about pneumothorax, air embolisms, the bends, and much much more??   LEARN TO SCUBA DIVE!

Belle Chasse Chapter

Midland High Chapter Donates to

Welcome House Shelter

After holding a schoolwide collection for items for the shelter, HOSA members delivered the items to the shelter.

Visit to LSU Medical School

Christmas Social to discuss SLC

 Popcorn Lung Presentation

Learn How Your Chapter Can Earn

The HOSA Cup!

Are you keeping up with the

E-Magazine?  Check it out here:

http://hosa.org/emagazine

 

Tell us what your chapter

has been up to.

Want to keep track of points for your chapter?  Download the form!

Each Year One School Earns This Traveling Trophy Which Is Awarded At The State Leadership Conference.

Do you have a pointkeeper in your chapter?

Great Ideas!

Share some ideas from your chapter...

Grace King HOSA members volunteered at Senior Sunrise Living Center and did crafts with some of the residents.

Grace King HS HOSA members wrote motivating quotes/tips and advice to help motivate and and give courage to all GKHS students doing state testing.

Put a picture from your chapter here!!

Chapter Activities

Ochsner set up a health screening for teachers on campus.  HOSA students walked through the pop-up clinic, spoke to health professionals at each station, & learned about registration process and HIPAA.  Students also learned about testing for glucose levels and cholesterol, and to calculate BMI.

Nurse Vicknair visited HOSA students to discuss a career in nursing.

Kenner Discovery HOSA welcomes Dr. Kim Hunter Reed, LA Commissioner of Higher Education, to celebrate National STEM Day.

Put Your Chapter

Success Story

Here

State Advisor:  Shirlene Bender

PO Box 926

Carencro, LA  70520

 

shirlene.lahosa@gmail.com
Tel: 337-371-5974

 

 

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