BC Children’s Hospital investigator Dr. Kyla Hildebrand not only conducts research in the area of allergy and clinical immunology, but this clinical assistant professor in the Department of Pediatrics in the Faculty of Medicine at the University of British Columbia is also well known for her leadership in undergraduate and postgraduate medical education.
We've taken Mini Med School to the web!
Now, grade 10-12 students throughout British Columbia can experience recorded Mini Med School sessions at anytime and from anywhere.
In the self-directed Mini Med School Online program, students are eligible to receive a Certificate of Participation for watching Mini Med School videos online!
Here's how it works:
Mini Med School Electronic Certificate of Participation Program
- Visit the Mini Med School Video Library and select a year and series
- Watch, learn, and enjoy
- Download and complete the Verification Form — Online Participation
- Sign, scan and email the completed form to email@example.com
Once received the form will be reviewed by our Mini Med School Team. If approved, an electronic Certificate of Participation will be issued.