Northeastern Ohio Medical University (NEOMED) Secondary Essay Prompts
These are the secondary application essay prompts for Northeastern Ohio Medical University (NEOMED). To put your best foot forward and maximize your chance of an interview invitation, visit our secondary application editing page.
about Northeast Ohio Medical University
Secondary Deadline: December 1, 2018
Secondary Fee: $95
FAP Waiver: Full Fee Waived
CASPer Required: Yes
Accepts Application Updates:
The College of Medicine at NEOMED, through education, research and public service inspires medical students to become exemplary patient care centered physicians. We seek to improve the health and quality of life of the communities of Ohio and beyond, including those both diverse and underserved.
We aspire to be a national leader in community-centered medicine, recognized for challenging and empowering its students and faculty to be leaders of transformational change to further the health of Ohio communities and address Ohio health care challenges.
Leadership, innovation, and community care provided with:
1. Please complete a brief personal statement of 5,000 characters or fewer addressing the question below:
What do you hope to achieve from your experience as a NEOMED student?
1. Provide a specific example of how you promoted diversity in your community. (2000 char)
2. A social justice approach should be central to medicine and utilized to be central to public health. This could be very simple: the well should take care of the sick.” Paul Farmer, M.D. “Of all the forms of inequality, injustice in healthcare is the most shocking and inhumane.” Martin Luther King, Jr. How has your view of social justice in medicine been influenced by a specific experience or activity? (2000 char)
3. A physician does many activities during the workday. What physician activity will be most meaningful to you? Provide a specific life experience that affirms the meaningfulness of this activity. (2000 char)
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