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National Health Science Conference

2021 National Health Science Conference
Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza
Cincinnati, Ohio

Pre-conference: Tuesday, Oct 26
Wednesday-Friday, Oct 27-29

Register To Attend

Early Registration: Ends September 24 NCHSE Rate at Hilton: Ends October 5, 2021 Conference Registration: Closes October 18, 2021

Sponsor and Exhibitor Registration

Sponsor and Exhibitor Registration - Ends October 1, 2021

Call For Proposals

Proposal Submission Deadline: August 21, 2021

Pre-conference Session Options

Tuesday, October 26 | 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Test Drive the Health Science Curriculum Enhancements 6.0 with a Guided Tour and Practical Tips for Technology Infusion

Presenters: Rhonda Evatt and Katrina Haynes

The NCHSE Enhancements Version 6.0 is delivered entirely electronically. Enjoy a full resource tour discovering the most efficient ways to locate, extricate, and differentiate material for your own lessons. Bring your own device! Not necessary to own a copy. Presentations for every standard along with the detailed outlines, activities, and suggested resources to fully engage your students in face-to-face, virtual, or blended learning are included. Pull up materials for your substitute teacher with just a few clicks. Drag and drop files and group and lab activities are integrated. Enjoy hands-on activities and experience ways to quickly plan lessons and activities. New teachers will benefit from these materials and the assessment items ready for use. Bonus: technology tutoring on beginner or advanced levels. Practice making digital files yourself!

Medical Science 101: Fun and Practical Health Science Experiences

Presenters: Erika Ijames and Ellen Katzowitz

Who knew learning could be so fun? Medical Science 101 is a hand-on, minds on health science experience using inexpensive, easily accessible materials. Teachers will use easily attainable materials to understand curriculum standards followed by subsequent hands-on activities. Become comfortable using creative ways to introduce more difficult standards like Standard 11: Information Technology in Healthcare. Award winning tips will be shared that encourage students’ participation in the HOSA Competitive Events will be shared. Acquire fun and practical activities in first aid, vital signs, anatomy and physiology and infection control and strategies to prepare students for national and state examination requirements. Resources highlighting rubrics, tests and quizzes embedded in the Medical Science 101 and 102 modules will be shared while delving into internet resources and case studies that enhance the joy of learning.

Pre-conference sessions formats include demonstration, lecture, make it/take it, networking.

Hotel and Conference Registration Information:

Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza
$165 per night for single/double occupancy
35 West Fifth Street
Cincinnati, OH 45202

* If reserving by phone, mention the National Consortium for Health Science Education (NCHSE) to receive the conference group rate.


expertise exchange with health science educators from across the nation and our partners who just “get” what you do. These are your people – your mentors and colleagues in education. Remind yourself what makes health science so special!


about classroom resources, best practices, teaching strategies, and hone your areas of interest through the live or virtual conference sessions.


with the world of health science education in a bit more personal way either by meeting new people live or virtually through this hybrid event. Opportunities to speak with peers, exchange ideas, and expand collaborations. Set yourself apart by discovering innovations to enhance your program.

An investment in your professional development resume!


This was one of the most influential and educational conferences I’ve ever attended. It was great meeting people to network and focusing on health science for 3 days!

It was THE BEST HEALTHCARE conference I have ever attended. It was refreshing to go to all the sessions and come out with useful information for my classroom. THANK YOU!

I can’t even describe what this conference meant to me. I learned so much and added to my repertoire of teaching tools/ideas.

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